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Crush du Jour (Simon Romantic Comedies) When a girl bites off than she can chewLaine barely has enough time for herself, much less for romance But she s always hungry for projects so she signs up to teach a cooking class at her local community center As it turns out, the guy co teaching the class with her, Seth, is not just cute, but downright delicious When Seth offers her a waitressing job at his family s restaurant, Hype, Laine can t resistJust as Seth finally warms up to Laine, she finds out that Callie, another waitress at Hype, is cooking up a plan to steal Seth for herself But tensions really reach their boiling point when Laine s restaurant critic mother writes a scathing review of Hype Will Laine have to put love on the back burner again


About the Author: Micol Ostow

Micol Ostow has been writing professionally since 2004, and in that time has written and or ghostwritten over 40 published works for young readers She started her reign of terror with Egmont with her novel FAMILY, which Elizabeth Burns named a favorite of 2012 on her School Library Journal syndicated blog, A Chair, a Fireplace, a Tea Cozy Micol s graphic novel, SO PUNK ROCK and Other Ways to Disappoint Your Mother , was named a 2009 Booklist Top Ten Arts Books for Youth Selection, a Booklist Top Ten Religion Books for Youth Selection, and a Sydney Taylor Notable Book for Teens She received her MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from the Vermont College of Fine Arts.Her young adult horror novel, AMITY, will release from Egmont in August 2014, and her first chapter book series, LOUISE TRAPEZE, will debut in Spring 2015 from Random House She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, alongside her Emmy Award winning husband, their daughter, and a finicky French bulldog Visit her at www.micolostow.com.



10 thoughts on “Crush du Jour (Simon Romantic Comedies)

  1. Kayla Plutzer Kayla Plutzer says:

    As you may know, I am a sucker for romantic comedy novels and this was no different It was fun and cute, and filled with yummy food


  2. Jessica Jessica says:

    Crush Du Jour by Micol Ostow talks about high school junior, Laine, worrying about her college application and trying to do her best to make her college application as good as possible by doing tons of extracurricular activities During her summer, she applies for a summer job at the community center as a cooking instructor, pairing up with another person to run a class While she tries to handle the waitress job that Seth, her partner introduced her an


  3. Natalie Juszko Natalie Juszko says:

    It was cute It was the kind of book that you could put down and go get a drink or take a break for a little while before starting up again It was good at keeping me wanting to knowabout certain situations in Laines life To find out how all of her problems work out in the end No, it wasn t the kind of book I d never want to put down, and be obsessed with, but that isn t necessarily a bad thing And anyway, it was still interesting, and had bits of funny in it


  4. Natalie Juszko Natalie Juszko says:

    It was cute It was the kind of book that you could put down and go get a drink or take a break for a little while before starting up again It was good at keeping me wanting to knowabout certain situations in Laine s life To find out how all of her problems work out in the end No, it wasn t the kind of book I d never want to put down, and be obsessed with, but that isn t necessarily a bad thing And anyway, it was still interesting, and had bits of funny in it too, w


  5. Natalie Natalie says:

    It was cute It was the kind of book that you could put down and go get a drink or take a break for a little while before starting up again It was good at keeping me wanting to knowabout certain situations in Laines life To find out how all of her problems work out in the end No, it wasn t the kind of book I d never want to put down, and be obsessed with, but that isn t necessarily a bad thing And anyway, it was still interesting, and had bits of funny in it too, with 2 re


  6. Emily Emily says:

    This was on the cooking list of Popular Paperbacks for teens Since I love food fiction and it was on the shelf at my library, I checked it out My definition of food fiction means it must contain recipes featured in the story, so by that standard this is not food fiction, but food is important to the plot If what you want is a ridiculous and fairly predictable teen romp, this will do The writing isn t great and there aren t any great surprises, but sometimes that s okay I found m


  7. Yanmei Yanmei says:

    this book is about laine who gets a job teaching kids how to cook and meets a cute guy there this book teaches people not to lie to others because it will come back to you Laine did not tell Seth, her crush, that her mom writes restaraunt reviews and her mom is doing one for Seth s dad s place When seth found out, he started skipping out on the classes and did not talk to Laine any This shows that there are consequences when you do not tell the truth from the beginning Even when you ha


  8. Anna Anna says:

    Have I ever told you how much I love the Simon Romantic Comedy series They re amazing when you re looking for a quick read that s still written excellent.Micol Ostow writes so that you feel what the character s feeling When Laine does something embarresing in front of Seth which you know will happen eventually , you feel embarresed I actually started blushing one of the times The writing was really good, and I could really connect with all the characters, not just Laine.if you re looking for


  9. Amanda Amanda says:

    this is not one of my favourite Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies it was sweet enough but was over seasoned with cooking puns and metaphors god she has me doing it and the main character was all over the place i failed to connect with her partly because it seemed she had multiple personalities and i never quite knew what was happening with her that being said at only 200 pages it makes for a nice enough quick read that you can knock over in a few hours.


  10. Mary H Mary H says:

    Don t get me wrong I adore Simon Pulse s fluffy Rom Com series I m just not a huge fan of Micol Ostow s writing Her plots are cute and interesting, but I feel Ostow drops the ball with her development Her cast of characters was maybe a bit too large with the students in the cooking class because everyone was a bit flat and one dimensional for my liking Also, the plot developed at an odd pace All in all a cute summer read, but I probably won t read anyof Ostow s work.


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