2007: #120 – Deja Who? (Julie Stone)

13710992 Book #120 was Deja Who? by Julie Stone.  The back of the book reads:

Caroline Summers is prepared for her life to drastically change when she goes home to take care of her father. But she isn’t quite ready to step directly into her past. All anyone wants to talk about is who she used to be–captain of the cheerleading squad, homecoming queen, etc. But all Caroline wants to do is prove she’s more than just the pretty, popular girl she was back then. Which is easier said than done when she accepts a job at her old high school, the site of her past glories.

As if all of that wasn’t enough, Caroline tries to keep her mischievous father from having another heart attack–and the playoff-bound Chicago Cubs aren’t making that task easy.

But, with help from the only new thing in town, Paul Winters, Caroline might just find something to like in the girl she used to be.

There’s absolutely zero substance here, but I didn’t really expect more from a book with a tiara and "An Avalon Romance" on the cover. It’s exactly what you would expect it to be.

Page count: 192 | Approximate word count: 50,000

2 thoughts on “2007: #120 – Deja Who? (Julie Stone)

  • November 19, 2007 at 10:53 am
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    That bad, huh? I have been on a lucky path with books lately. Oh, never mind – forgot all about Last Breath. Oh well, guess they all can’t be good.

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  • November 19, 2007 at 11:48 am
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    It wasn’t so much bad as it was… nondescript.

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