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Clique, The: Invasion of the Boy Snatchers - Book #4 (Clique Series)

by Lisi Harrison

Series: The Clique (4)

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Following Christmas break, the girls are back together, but everything seems different with the addition of Alicia's cousin from Spain who is spending the semester at Octavian Country Day School.

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
This is my least favorite of the series ( )
  Michelle_Boyea | Jun 7, 2019 |
Massie and Claire are practically sisters by now, but when Claire has to move in temporarily, Massie gets mad at the invasion of her personal space. They unite behind a common enemy, however, as Alicia's cousin Nina starts stealing things- like their boyfriends! Nina's even pulling Kristen and Dylan away from Massie- Claire, Massie, and Alicia have to come up with a plan to bring Nina down and get their boyfriends back! ( )
  t1bclasslibrary | Jul 1, 2012 |
This is a book about when a girl named Alicia's cousin comes and is trying to "steal" all of the boys and keep them from going with any other girls.
  danielarubi | Nov 1, 2010 |
The fourth book in the Clique series doesn't really have anything to do with the third book at all. But, it was still a very good read

When Nina, Alicia's sluty, (or at least Massie thinks she is anyway,) cousin comes to visit from Spain, Massie gets pissed off, and Claire and the rest are annoyed. Alicia acts all innocent, even though Nina is anyhting but. "She was the one who taught me how to make out with people." Alicia states. People?!? Whoa, TMI! So, when Nina becomes more popular with the boys, Massie gets even more pissed, because Derrington is SO her's, and everyone who is anyone knows that. But, then things start to go missing, and Massie's lip gloss is gone along with other stuff that have made people famous at OCD. WHOA, HOLD UP! it is an absolute crime when the lip gloss is stolen. And Massie SO know who did it. Nina, even Alicia thinks that she did it, even though throughout the whole time she has always been on Nina's side. So, with a little researching and decoding, they catch her, and present her in the act at the school's Boy/Girl dance with Briarwood (the boys, and they prove the point and they diss Nina, then Cam kisses Claire (!!!). Is Nina that bad, or is she D2MWB? ( Dead to Me Wannabe) ( )
  Short2Third1208 | Dec 29, 2009 |
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"Done, done, and done." Massie Block stretched out her arms so she looked like the letter T, then collapsed face-first onto the fluffy purple duvet cover on her bed.
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