Signs of Love: Destiny Date by Melody James
  

Synopsis

Signs of Love: Destiny Date by Melody James

It's the end of the school year and the prom is fast approaching. Gemma's friends all have dates and Gemma is destined to go alone. Gemma convinces herself that she doesn't care - it's great being single and free to mingle. But there's one boy who she secretly wishes would ask her - Sam. But Sam's dating Cindy - isn't he? Meanwhile, when Gemma is asked to assist the school webzine's editor, Cindy, to review a top fashion show, Gemma somehow finds herself on the catwalk modelling for one of the nation's most talked-about designers. But strutting her stuff on the catwalk isn't exactly a breeze! When the school invite Gemma's alter ego, astrologist Jessica Jupiter , to be a guest speaker at the End of Year Assembly, Gemma has no choice but to agree. But Jessica's horrescopes have played cupid for half the school - if they discover she's not real then everything will be shattered. How will she dupe the entire school into believeing that Jessica Jupiter is for real?

About the Author

Unlike Gemma, Melody James is a firm believer in astrology and horoscope predictions and often puts her fate in the hands of the stars. She's a Scorpio, which explains her love of the one-line stinger and she's still looking for her own love match, who she's sure will be a tall, dark, handsome Cancerian.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
176 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Melody James
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

1st August 2013

ISBN

9780857073280


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