Being Friends With Boys

Being Friends With Boys

Book - 2012
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Living with stepsisters and having a bad history with female friends, Charlotte enjoys the easy relationships that come with managing an all-male band but things get complicated when dating becomes an issue, and she is urged to sing in public.
Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, 2012
Edition: 1st Simon Pulse hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781442421592
Branch Call Number: / FICTION MCVOY TERRA
Characteristics: 361 p. ; 22 cm


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Nov 07, 2014

this book made me feel like i am not the only one who has had those moments and that i wasn't alone. i could not put it down, so good.

Mar 13, 2013

I think the author got a little carried away with the whole "friends with boys" thing because I felt like she was just throwing them in all over the place that made absolutely no sense put together. I felt like the ending was left hanging and incomplete. I think I could've liked the characters a lot if it didn't feel like things were missing.

Sep 23, 2012

it wasn't what i was expecting. I was expecting a huge sappy love story. But this book was so much more than that. Couldn't put it down.

debs4 Jul 15, 2012

i loved this book

Jun 25, 2012

I liked how despite the title, the novel was about her own personal growth as well as her love life. I enjoyed reading this novel because of the unique perspective of a girl band manager, and later lead singer of a band. I was a little frustrated by some of her friends and how dumb they sometimes acted, but then again, boys will be boys, right?


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