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Too Much T.J. Jacqueline Shannon

Too Much T.J.

Jacqueline Shannon

Published
ISBN : 9780385294829
Hardcover
159 pages
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T. J. Hendricks, school hunk, practices his amorous moves on different girls each week. But unsuspecting Razz, newly transferred to the school, believes that she has been chosen his exclusive girlfriend. Even after she becomes aware that T. J. playsMoreT. J. Hendricks, school hunk, practices his amorous moves on different girls each week. But unsuspecting Razz, newly transferred to the school, believes that she has been chosen his exclusive girlfriend. Even after she becomes aware that T. J. plays the field, Razz cant shake her romantic attachment to him. She is thrown into a tailspin, however, when her mother and T. J.s father decide to marry, reacting with confusion, anger, and jealousy. Razz finally stabilizes her relationship with T. J. after she accepts the advice of her real father, that T. J. as a brother is better than no T. J. at all. As the storys narrator, Razz successfully reveals herself and credibly delineates the other major characters. Her narration also does a good job of balancing the romantic concerns and the broken family-new family themes, and it is especially effective in dramatizing the conflicts between T. J. and his father. Although Razz is sometimes too glib in telling the story, and the novels resolutions are too pat, this first novel will have wide appeal.