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I’m sorry, but for some reason authors think it’s the thing to write about reporters and columnists, and they can’t be more off about what it’s like in th I didn’t want to like this book because I thought it was going to be so cliche. That doesn’t go over too well. I chose this book to get a good laugh. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I definitely had a great laugh, which was exactly what I wanted. It’s sad because while, yes, occasionally one girl may have that relationship with another girl – who may or may not be her friend – that’s not the standard.

We are experiencing technical difficulties. The One That I Want. Please review your cart. I loved Natalie’s smart and funny voice as well as her sly observations about the world around her. Plan B Jenny O’Connell. She lives in Potter Valley, California.

Looking for beautiful books? This review also appears in The Midnight Garden. I wish we could just claw each other’s eyes out and call it a day; instead we put on huge radiant smiles and spout compliments until our teeth hurt from the saccharine sweetness of it all.

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We are introduced to Natalie who loves the drama club and loves her role on the school newspaper. Also by Jody Gehrman. The whole thing threw me through for a loop.

But there’s a reason it cycles back periodically – there’s something compelling in it, and something with built in shenanigans, which always makes for a good time – but I think Gehrman puts her own stamp on things quite nicely, and Natalie is so engaging that I don’t think I would even care if it was an exact play-by-play of something else. Natalie may find out a secret or two about boys, but she might also reveal a secret or two about herself along the way. Her debut suspense novel, Watch Me, is due out in with St.

Natalie Rowan wants to know a couple of things: This is her first foray into young adult literature.

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Open Preview See a Problem? I think the characters were very well written and I especially liked Natalie and her friends Chloe and Darcy. This is just what Boylahd was looking for. We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. The book takes a look at social status and divisions in high school and how a girl who starts out trying to understand boys ends up understanding herself and her gender.

It’s just one of those books that make you smile and happy and girly and swoony.

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Disguising herself as a guy and spending a week at Underwood Academy, the private all-boy boarding school in town. Dec 28, Kaisa rated it liked it Shelves: Yeah, none of that in this book.


I’ve come across this too many times. I love it and its my favorite book! Jun 17, Laura rated it really liked it. Which one is the real you? And in both plots this leads to interesting dilemmas.

She wants to write an awesome story for a competition. In both stories the supposed new boy falls for her roommate. While there were some serious issues, like dealing with self-esteem and finding yourself, it was utterly fluffy and so much fun! Listen, if you’ve seen “Just one of the guys” or “She’s the man”, you know this story by heart.

I Natalie Rowan wants to know a couple of things: Jody Gehrman Publication Date: She meets a boy at the school and falls bage in love with him.

This book gets a big fat 0 for originality. It elicited a chuckle out of me anyway. So yes, this book does not exactly bring anything new to the table. Natalie should have stuck to acting.

Both main characters are high school journalism students, who cross dress in the name of research and are hoping to win a prize. I like those two movies.