The chick friends rules! Junior year [NOOK Book]

Overview

The third installation in the "Chick friends rules" series.

*Lie whenever necessary.

*Ex-girlfriends are still girlfriends.

*Bro code is forever.

Trouble, trouble trouble; that’s the theme of junior year. Grant and his stupid growing ...
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The chick friends rules! Junior year

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Overview

The third installation in the "Chick friends rules" series.

*Lie whenever necessary.

*Ex-girlfriends are still girlfriends.

*Bro code is forever.

Trouble, trouble trouble; that’s the theme of junior year. Grant and his stupid growing pains are always starting mess. Some old friends are back leaving him scratching his head in confusion. And, there’s a new girl. He is introduced to Yasmine, she’s beautiful, older and cunning. He has everything he always wanted until one night he makes a fateful gamble that changes the course of not only his life but the lives of those around him.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013492783
  • Publisher: Randall & Reismann
  • Publication date: 11/16/2011
  • Series: The chick friends rules , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,199,481
  • File size: 588 KB

Meet the Author

I've been writing since I could remember but honestly, don't all writers say that. One of the best gifts given to me was an old hand-me-down typewriter my Uncle Bubba gave to me when I was thirteen. God, I loved that thing. I write edgy YA novels. I can best describe my writing style as honest, very honest. That doesn't award me the best response from my critics who say my writing is too graphic or too heavy for teen readers. I write what I see and what I know and I don't apologize for it.
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  • Posted December 29, 2011

    Bad boyfriend strikes again

    I didn't think Grant could get any worse. HE GOT WORSE!!!!! I can't believe this kid. I liked him in freshman year, he was a one of the bad kids in sophomore year but he's out of control junior year. I'm not going to give away the good part but the meat of junior year is he meets this girl Yasmine and after they go out, he panics and does something so awful, I mean horrible, terrible awful that it takes the whole book for him to recover. Just when I thought he learned his lesson by the end of the book he's does a really bad thing again. His poor girlfriend Marta goes through a difficult time and while she's put in a humbling predicament; Grant, her horrible boyfriend is off doing all kinds of things with all kinds of girls. The author keeps trying to make him human by adding in these sensitive moments where the reader feels sorry for him but I'm not buying it. I'm starting to like his ex-girlfriend Shauna and her metamorphosis from freshman year to junior year. Freshman year she was a forgettable character, added for fluff. The author brought her back sophomore year and added some depth to the character and in junior year she's a force to be reckoned with. She is the only girl in the entire series that can control bad boy Grant. I LOVE LEAR, Grant's best friend. I have a crush on him. He still has dreads but he's a reformed pot smoker and now that he has a surprise love interest he's gone from stupid rocker kid to sweet musician who plays love songs on his guitar. Grant loves Lear too, they truly have a bromance going on and it's nice to see boys can have a close relationship with their besties also. This series has become my guilty pleasure but I still can't give it 5 stars because I'm a woman and there's a high level of misogyny that goes on in the chick friends franchise which I don't understand since the author is a woman. but her writing is really good. I think these books are for older tenns, not middle-schoolers.

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