How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True

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How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True

By Sarah Strohmeyer

Balzer & Bray/Harperteen, Paperback, 9780062187451, 320pp.

Publication Date: April 23, 2013

Description

Like Meg Cabot, Sarah Strohmeyer has a gift for creating smart, funny girls teen readers love. She's done it again with Zoe, heroine of her latest romcom.In YA novel How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True, Zoe learns there is a dark core under the glittering facade of the fairy-tale themed amusement park (cough, Disneyland, cough) where she's a summer intern. For starters, her boss has a blacker heart than Snow White's stepmother, and the other interns are worse backstabbers than Cinderella's step-sisters.On the upside, she has the chance of romance with a real-life Prince Charming, and a shot at winning a big heap of cash. If she can just live through a summer in the Fairyland Kingdom.



Praise For How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True

Praise for SMART GIRLS GET WHAT THEY WANT: ” In her YA debut, adult author Strohmeyer (Kindred Spirits) excels at exploring the bonds of friendship and the complications of teenagers’ lives. Smart readers will find a heroine in girly, intellectual Gigi-all the while winking at her nerdy jokes.”
-Publishers Weekly

Praise for SMART GIRLS GET WHAT THEY WANT: “This realistic novel, with touches of humor, is a welcome addition to bookshelves.”
-Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)

Praise for SMART GIRLS GET WHAT THEY WANT: “Sarah Strohmeyer gets what readers want: a fresh, funny book full of likable characters, drama, and plenty of romance that kept me turning pages until late into the night.”
-Meg Cabot, bestselling author of ABANDON and THE PRINCESS DIARIES

Praise for SMART GIRLS GET WHAT THEY WANT: “The author of The Cinderella Pact (2006) shows a humorist’s ear for the cadence of teen language in this smart foray into teen literature.”
-Kirkus Reviews

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