What if Jennifer Aniston was your best friend?
Fifteen-year-old Meg Shanley has to start life over again in Los Angeles because her thirty-year-old sister Lucie can't get it together. Lucie is always chasing a new man, quitting her job, and packing up their lives. Jennifer Aniston seems to be the only one Meg can count on - at least as a pen pal.
When a strange man arrives on Meg's doorstep and reveals a shocking truth about a family she never knew she had, her life is turned upside down.
Meg soon discovers that Jennifer Aniston means more to her than she ever imagined.
Praise from Maureen Johnson - author of "13 Little Blue Envelopes" and "The Name of the Star (Shades of London)":
"[Jennifer Aniston is My Best Friend] is about making the most out of every bend in life's road - the shocks, the betrayals, and the wonderful surprises. If you've ever had a celebrity crush, you'll love Meg, and her story will keep you guessing."
|Publisher:||C. Leigh Purtill|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
Purtill graduated from Mount Holyoke College with degrees in anthropology and dance. She later received her Masters of Science in Film at Boston University. In New York City she became a script supervisor on films, videos and commercials.
In Los Angeles she worked as a broadcast standards editor (network censor) for The WB Television Network, later renamed The CW Television Network on such shows as The Gilmore Girls and 7th Heaven.
Purtill currently resides in West Hollywood with her husband.
This biography was provided by the author or their representative.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Whats not to love about Meg, the main character of this book. I found myself rooting for her through all her ups and downs. There were a few suprises I was not expecting and the people in Megs life make her story interesting indeed, including Jennifer Aniston... sort of... you have to read it to understand. Great story.