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Last Kiss

Last Kiss Billy O Reilly a farm boy in rural Iowa has been secretly dating Lisa Wells the popular wealthy daughter of the president of the local college It s a complicated relationship people of HER class d

  • Title: Last Kiss
  • Author: Jon Ripslinger
  • ISBN: 9780738710723
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Billy O Reilly, a farm boy in rural Iowa, has been secretly dating Lisa Wells, the popular, wealthy daughter of the president of the local college It s a complicated relationship people of HER class don t associate with people of HIS class Her controlling father does not approve of the relationship, her real boyfriend is growing suspicious, and her troubled stepbrotheBilly O Reilly, a farm boy in rural Iowa, has been secretly dating Lisa Wells, the popular, wealthy daughter of the president of the local college It s a complicated relationship people of HER class don t associate with people of HIS class Her controlling father does not approve of the relationship, her real boyfriend is growing suspicious, and her troubled stepbrother is adding to the drama by stirring up trouble Billy s life is thrown into turmoil when Lisa breaks up with him and then is found murdered the next morning A series of circumstantial evidence points directly to Billy who, along with his best friend, Windy, launches his own investigation to clear his name and find out what really happened to the girl he loved This gritty, fast paced teen mystery will appeal to both reluctant and dedicated readers.

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      Published :2019-03-03T15:06:39+00:00

    1 thought on “Last Kiss

    1. Last KissThis isn’t a romance novel, despite the title and dreamy cover. It’s an odd YA mysteryish novel.I’m still not sure how I feel about this book. I have a feeling it’s going to be a book that I read several times, but I’m not positive I like it. I was drawn to Last Kiss because of the blurb mentioned that the main character is a farm kid. There simply aren’t enough novels, especially YA novels that focus on farming. Although farming’s a very minor part of the story, it was ni [...]

    2. look up your damn facts before you write a book, idiot. the kid in this book would have been arrested so many times before the end that it's not even funny. i had a hard time relating to his emotional attatchment to the slightly bitchy teenager, and the murderer was REALLY obvious. i am really bad at guessing the culprit, but this time i was spot on. i don't recommend this to anyone. also, the kid broke into the house and stole something that was later used as evidence. which means that since th [...]

    3. Billy had a big crush on Lisa, but he's a country boy on a farm and she's a rich daddy's girl. Although she's been flirting with him and inviting him into her room at night, her father has warned Billy to stay away from his daughter.Then she ends up murdered. Worse yet, she ends up murdered right after Billy snuck into her house to make love to her one last time. Now it looks like he's going to be framed for a murder he didn't commit.This was a fast read, a good read. I liked the murder mystery [...]

    4. Last Kiss had an interesting premise and was very well written. I enjoyed the characters, especially Billy. He was very smart and likable, it wasn't hard to warm up to his personality. The negative aspect occurred when I reached the middle of the book, I got a little bored and kept putting it down. Fortunately, towards the end it took a turn for the better. The shocking twist was crazy, I would of never expected the outcome of Lisa's murder. Overall, it was an okay read, it's light yet dramatic. [...]

    5. A classic Romeo and Juliet type tale where the unsuitable farm boy is in love with the higher class beautiful rich girl whose father doesn't approve. Then when Lisa is found dead, the finger is pointed at Billy who was the last one with her.This book was pretty good. The plot was fairly predictable but has some unexpected twists at the end that keeps it somewhat new.

    6. Not my favorite of Ripslinger's but still a good, quick read. Fairly predictable, but, like all of his books, great for reluctant readers of both genders! Ripslinger's characters are "real" and remind me of my students! The parents he creates? Humand all too real, also!

    7. Loved it. It had romance, murder, mystery, twists and turns, etc. It was an easy read, I finished it in one day but I still loved it.

    8. i dont like the name it makes it look like a love storybut theres murder and suspense and its such a great book!

    9. This book was freakin' amazing.I always believed he didn't kill her, and I'm glad I was right.The story is well put together and has a great plot. I loved it!

    10. it is a very hard book to put down once you start i havent finshed it yet but i found hard to get ack to work after i had started reading itis book has just gotten very interesting.

    11. i really enjoyed this book. i never wanted 2 put it down because i always wanted 2 know what was going 2 happen next.

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