Publisher: Simon Pulse
Release Date: December 28th, 2004
Rating: 3 stars
Dating in high school is like reality TV. It can get pretty surreal.
Between the strict social ladder (geeks’ lockers left, jocks’ to the right), and silly, pointless rules (no hand-holding, no kissing, no breathing!), high school is the single worst place to find a boyfriend. And Laura Sweeney is no exception. She hasn’t had a date since…well, ever.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. So Laura is calling in the big guns. She needs guidance. A proven “get the guy” strategy. Luckily she knows exactly the expert to call. He’s a matchmaking mastermind who actually has the bow and arrow to prove it. Let’s just call him…Cupid.
The Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies are always such great reads! Cupidity was no exception, and I found myself loving the story. I love mythology, so finding books that incorporate it is a ton of fun.
The characters were very real in Cupidity. I found it very easy to connect with them. While the plot was a bit corny, it was still fun to read about.
I suggest Cupidity, and all the Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies. The story is a bit cheesy, but it is fun to read anyways.