Breakaway

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Breakaway

Breakaway In her last year of high school Jessie is finally playing AAA the highest level of minor hockey She s been made captain and she s putting relationship disasters behind her by dating sensible Evan S

  • Title: Breakaway
  • Author: Maureen Ulrich
  • ISBN: 9781550505122
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • In her last year of high school, Jessie is finally playing AAA, the highest level of minor hockey She s been made captain, and she s putting relationship disasters behind her by dating sensible Evan So what if he s safely away at university where she can ignore his calls and texts And so what if her old news feelings about old flame Mark, and uncomfortable new feelingsIn her last year of high school, Jessie is finally playing AAA, the highest level of minor hockey She s been made captain, and she s putting relationship disasters behind her by dating sensible Evan So what if he s safely away at university where she can ignore his calls and texts And so what if her old news feelings about old flame Mark, and uncomfortable new feelings toward new guy Liam, refuse to be ignored At last, Jessie really has things worked out Even when guys and booze make an appearance at a team sleepover, Jessie does the right thing and leaves with the rookiesor tries to A clumsy fall down stairs, though, leads the coaches to assume she s the culprit Suddenly Jessie is fighting rumors that she was falling down drunk at a hockey party, rumors her less supportive teammates are happy to keep alive Meanwhile, Jessie s eleven year old sister Courtney falls in with sophisticated older friends, and their parents seem oblivious to the problem New Year approaches, bringing an important tournament, increasingly outlandish behavior from Courtney and what looks like a head on relationship collision from three directions It s time for Jessie to grow up, step up and fix things once and for all.

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    1. Catherine Egan on said:

      The final book in the Jessie Mac series was my favorite of the three, but again, the three feel so linked to me (perhaps just because I read them so quickly, all in a row!) that I’m not sure if this is a review of the book or the series. Jessie is now seventeen, and this girl is miles away from the fourteen-year-old in the first book. She is mature, sensible, considerate, and passionate about hockey. She worries about nutrition and staying in shape for games. All this is a pleasure precisely b [...]

    2. Jen Howie on said:

      I'm a fan of local authors so this book was a treat to read as were the others in the series. Living in Estevan, most of the characters I can picture. A great series for young readers with timely topics covered.

    3. Suzanne on said:

      Fun, girly hockey story for teens, with a healthy dose of high school drama. Full review to come in Quill & Quire.

    4. Helen on said:

      Originally posted at canlitforlittlecanadianssAs hard as it is to believe, there are some people who have never embraced hockey as a Canadian life focus. I am one such person. My family never watched hockey when I was young. I had no brothers or cousins nearby whose hockey passions I could follow. And although I had friends who watched hockey, girls were not playing hockey when I was growing up. I never even went to my first hockey game until I was in my 20's. So reading and reviewing a book cal [...]

    5. Suzanne Dix on said:

      Within 10 pages this book had already brought to the surface one of my pet peeves in literature: girls who use "boy talk" to sound cool, as in "I have to take a leak." While I am not a prude, I just can't possibly imagine a high school girl that I would recommend this to. Perhaps it is the cultural differences of American vs. Canadian teens but this would be a hard sell in my suburban school library. (Disclaimer: we also don't even have a boy's hockey team at our school so an entire series on gi [...]

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