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Imagine a sworn enemy who constantly one-ups you in everything—from your looks to your dream guy. Imagine having to look at her face every day because she happens to be… your twin sister. That’s Ella Branson for you. An introvert and a soccer athlete, she’s been the receiving end of her twin sister’s tricks and malice for years. It would be an understatement to call Sam e Imagine a sworn enemy who constantly one-ups you in everything—from your looks to your dream guy. Imagine having to look at her face every day because she happens to be… your twin sister. That’s Ella Branson for you. An introvert and a soccer athlete, she’s been the receiving end of her twin sister’s tricks and malice for years. It would be an understatement to call Sam evil. It didn’t help that the sun always shone on Sam and never on Ella’s. In the life of a popular girl, it may just be expected. But when Ella decides to attend one of Sam’s famous parties and bumps into the hot, popular, and amazing soccer player, Aspen Carder, her life suddenly takes a fascinating turn. She was no longer the twin who nobody knows. She now has her own sun—Aspen—and she’s no longer in the shadows. What Ella doesn’t know is that Sam has been living to her evil reputation and has one last trick up her sleeve. She must have the last laugh, and she must have the best—even if it involved a certain hot soccer player. Try and Catch Me is sure to hit the goal for those who want to boost their self-confidence and open one’s self to the idea of love. With Sarah Kirchner’s wit, humor and knack for romance, you’re sure to have a kick out of this read!


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Imagine a sworn enemy who constantly one-ups you in everything—from your looks to your dream guy. Imagine having to look at her face every day because she happens to be… your twin sister. That’s Ella Branson for you. An introvert and a soccer athlete, she’s been the receiving end of her twin sister’s tricks and malice for years. It would be an understatement to call Sam e Imagine a sworn enemy who constantly one-ups you in everything—from your looks to your dream guy. Imagine having to look at her face every day because she happens to be… your twin sister. That’s Ella Branson for you. An introvert and a soccer athlete, she’s been the receiving end of her twin sister’s tricks and malice for years. It would be an understatement to call Sam evil. It didn’t help that the sun always shone on Sam and never on Ella’s. In the life of a popular girl, it may just be expected. But when Ella decides to attend one of Sam’s famous parties and bumps into the hot, popular, and amazing soccer player, Aspen Carder, her life suddenly takes a fascinating turn. She was no longer the twin who nobody knows. She now has her own sun—Aspen—and she’s no longer in the shadows. What Ella doesn’t know is that Sam has been living to her evil reputation and has one last trick up her sleeve. She must have the last laugh, and she must have the best—even if it involved a certain hot soccer player. Try and Catch Me is sure to hit the goal for those who want to boost their self-confidence and open one’s self to the idea of love. With Sarah Kirchner’s wit, humor and knack for romance, you’re sure to have a kick out of this read!

50 review for Try and Catch Me: A Young Adult Fiction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    Try and catch me Was not to sure about this book bit turned out good two sister's totally different even as twins that attitude that jealousy causes and the hurt it can cause as you get older can change for the good Try and catch me Was not to sure about this book bit turned out good two sister's totally different even as twins that attitude that jealousy causes and the hurt it can cause as you get older can change for the good

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    Fantastic for the young adult audience but I felt too old for it. Definitely a fun and easy read.

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