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Trust Me by Rachel Hawthorne
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Cute story. Funny and wel written.
  TamaraG | Nov 3, 2010 |
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com

Jess had an amazing summer all lined up. She's finally old enough to be a counselor with all her friends at summer camp. Now, she's just found out that her partner for training week is Sean, her nemesis. Every time she thinks that he's nice, he does something drastic to change her opinion of him. This summer, she won't let herself trust him, no matter how cute he's gotten.

With all the other counselors pairing off, Jess and Sean must find a way to work together. When the group goes out into the forest for a trust walk, each pair has to make their way back to camp by themselves, with one partner blindfolded. Will they make it out of the forest as friends or foes?

TRUST ME is the first book in a new series dealing with first kisses, friendship, and drama. These fun reads are stand alone titles and are perfect for middle school girls. I recommend this series to girls looking for a little romance. ( )
  GeniusJen | Oct 13, 2009 |
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Oh. No. This can't be happening. Me and Sean Reed? "Trust Partners" for the entire counselors-in-training program? Sean may have deep blue eyes that make my heart flutter whenever he looks at me, but he's always been a troublemaker. Being thrown together all summer? That is so not going to work. Even if he "does" have a really, really nice smile.

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Fourteen-year-old Jess applies to be a camp counselor for the summer, but is horrified to find that her partner for counselor training is the irritating Sean Reed.

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