Hott Synopsis

Sara, Jess, & Molly are finally starting their freshman year! Now, all they need is the wardrobe to compliment their new status.

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Unfortunately there aren’t many ways for a fifteen year old to earn money until they realize that they are old enough to get jobs. For these girls nothing but the best clothing store will do!

But when only one of them gets the job there begins a long road of deception and hurt. Will the girls be able to find the right road before they’re lost?

Hott Review

The Sara, Jess and Molly story in one of the two contained in risky business. I greatly enjoyed them both though with the note ‘interactive fiction’ on the front I anticipated a more high tech version of the ‘chose your own story’ that I read as a child. While I was doomed for disappointment on that score I did enjoy the stories. They do each lead you down a path of wrong decisions and then allow you to chose where you will go from there.

I have a thirteen year old son and niece and will tell you that this is completely lost on them. They have already surpassed the age where they’ll deem a ‘chose your own adventure’ book asca moral journey. However I did have luck with their ten year old siblings. They were willing to listen, learn, and enjoy.

Author: Nicole O’Dell
Rating: B
Steam: Nada
Series: Scenarios for Girls 3: Magna
Publisher: Barbour Books Publish Date: April 1st 2011
ISBN: 1616262516 Price: $4.77(GR)
Others in the series: SCENARIOS 1 & 2–Dare to Be Different
SCENARIOS 3 & 4–Risky Business
SCENARIOS 5 & 6–Swept Away

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One Reply to “Risky Business (Magna)”

  1. I remember those choose your own ending books! I didn't love them but they were fun for those that weren't die hard readers. That's too bad that this one didn't deliver on that aspect, but it's cool that they are trying to create different things for kids that may not normally read (at least that's what I think when it comes to books that are 'interactive' or choose your own ending).

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