Book The Sixty-Third

Must Love Black by Kelly McClymer

Surprisingly fun story about a black-clad outsider teen angsting over the hot boy who works for the family she babysits for.

Maybe I need to explain something here: when Dymocks closed, I bought a lot of awful teen fiction to disseminate to my children. This is one of those.

Actually, it’s not bad. It’s less saccharine than it has any right to be, and rollicks along at a fair pace. Sure, if you’re not a fifteen-year-old girl you’ll probably not like it, but if you are…


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