Stephanie's in 9th grade in this one. One of those that shows how
forgiving Stephanie is toward Michelle anymore, as what she does near the end
thoroughly embarrasses Stephanie, more than anything ever perhaps.
What did she do? Well, she learned from Stephanie. See, Stephanie has
been writing love letters to this guy, pretending that she's Darcy, because
Darcy is so wild about this guy, but she can't talk to him. (Which is
strange, she's usually even more bold than Stephanie.). Then Stephanie's
falling for him, too, but she doesn't know how to tell Darcy this.
By: Doug Fowler
Rating 10 / 10
Very realistic, and given the very confused way in which things go in this book at the end, you can see why Stephanie and Michelle reallly learn their lessons. Harkens back to the series' "D.J. Tanner's Day Off," in a way, fun to sea Michelle at the same age D.J. starts out, or nearly so. Also nice to see how D.J. and Stephanie - especially D.J. - take charge of things with Michelle. Makes it very much like an episode.