Having spent the summer blissfully in her boyfriend Fred’s arms, Jess starts the school year shockingly single and instantly finds herself in a quagmire of situations that are hilarious, over-the-top and life changing. Of course, isn’t that what being a teenager is all about?
This is the third book in the Jess Jordan series. A British take on the teenage experience, the series if off-beat and funky. Like Louise Rennison, Sue Limb makes her readers laugh at the most embarrassing moments because face it, we’ve all been there. Engaging, relatable characters. Quick story line that could be set anywhere minus the few references to British terminology. 2006, 204 pages.