Suite Scarlett

Suite Scarlett

Book - 2008 | 1st ed.
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Fifteen-year-old Scarlett Marvin is stuck in New York City for the summer working at her quirky family's historic hotel, but her brother's attractive new friend and a seasonal guest who offers her an intriguing and challenging writing project improve her outlook.
Publisher: New York : Point, 2008.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780545096324
9780439899277
0439899273
Branch Call Number: JOHNS
Characteristics: viii, 353 p.

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Hufflegirl Jul 28, 2012

A little slow at the beginning but I loved the ending. Can't wait to read the sequel! :D

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Musiclover19
Jul 26, 2012

Totally worth ten bucks.

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BethHMW
Dec 27, 2011

This book was a delight. Scarlett is a lovely heroine who must deal with the typical issues surrounding a romantic relationship but she also has the added dramas that life in a hotel and the unpredictable Mrs Amberson provide. I absolutely adored all of the Martin children, particularly Spencer who is a wonderfully sweet older brother. Johnson's quirky sense of humour is evident throughout the novel, but she deftly intertwines it with real moments of insight that make the novel thoroughly enjoyable. A very sweet novel whose sequel I will be hunting down shortly.

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Kurisutaru
Aug 05, 2011

A very good book to read.

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5pink61
Jan 01, 2011

A great book! It made me laugh

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TamaraTracy
Dec 23, 2009

l loved it!

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VeganGreen Nov 13, 2009

VeganGreen thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 17

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