I'm So Sure

I'm So Sure

eBook - 2009
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Think you're having a rough week? Bella's stepdad, a semi-pro wrestler, just signed the entire family up for a reality TV show. Bella's first thought: Kill. Me. Now. Living in Truman, Oklahoma wasn't 100% miserable for Bella. Sure, she misses Manhattan, couture clothes, and her dad. But she was making new friends at Truman High and almost enjoying her work at the school newspaper. Then the whole stepdad-wrestler-reality-show issue hit and her life is now being splashed across weekly tabloids and broadcast news. As if having a camera crew following her around isn't bad enough, Bella soon discovers a conspiracy against the Truman High prom queen candidates. And the closer she gets to the answer, the more danger she's in. As her relationship with Luke teeters between friendship and romance, Bella's ex-boyfriend Hunter reappears and vies for Bella's attention. Denying allegations of a love triangle, working to solve the prom queen mystery, and trying to keep her cool on national television finally motivate Bella to start talking--and listening--to God more. But what comes next has Bella once again screaming: I'M. SO. SURE.
Publisher: Made available through hoopla
[United States]:, Thomas Nelson ,, 2009
ISBN: 9781418580995
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital
Alternative Title: I am so sure


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Apr 19, 2015

Ruthie sings along to the music, her face scrunched with emotion.
"Celine Dion?" I ask.
"Yeah." She belts out the chorus. "She sure sings some deep crap."

Apr 19, 2015

Wow. Being responsible sure takes it out of you. This calls for a Pop-Tart.

Apr 19, 2015

I laugh and look at Budge, who has at least managed to close his mouth. "Daddy must be rougher than she [Ruthie] is, if she's scared. Do you know her?"
Budge swallows and nods. "That's the Baptist preacher's daughter."
"She's a nut job."
He dabs at some sweat on his forehead. "I think I love her."


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Apr 19, 2015

Well...I just deleted my entire comment for this...anioaehfaenofhnvweiothvwencthweiohfisegnsjkl *MAD*
Anyway...lemme see if I can remember what I was going to say and duplicate it here. Let's see...
I really enjoyed this book! I read it quickly, and it was such a fun ride. Jenny B. Jones has proven herself once again to be a hilarious, sassy author who projects all that into her books. There were so many greats things about this book. There were funny moments, embarrassing moments, cute moments (usually involving a particular editor...*wink*)...I loved it all. I can totally see the character growth that Bella is showing too. Like, for example, she now feels more loved and at home in Truman with her mom and step family than with her dad back in New York. The mystery surrounding this book was great too (although, I personally enjoyed the football team mystery from So Not Happening more). Plus, the side characters get more time to shine here, specifically Budge (I mean, I feel for Bella, but I really can't hate Budge, he's too fun of a character lol XD), Anna, and Ruthie. Lol, when we're first introduced to Ruthie, we think she's gonna be your typical rebellious biker gal, but ooooohhh nnnoooo...haha, she is such a unique character. ;D

MichaelaDiehl Oct 31, 2011

I LOOOOOOVED this book! While I love all three of the books in the Charmed Life Series, this one was my absolute favorite! The predicaments that Bella gets into will have you laughing throughout the entire book. I highly recomend this book!


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Apr 19, 2015

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