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288 pages, eBook Kindle
First published October 28, 2013
"Life is nothing but phases. Some things stick, lots of things don’t. You’ll figure it out."
“Stephanie, huh?” I ask, when she doesn’t respond. “You go by Steph?” “No. Not Steph.” she says as we cross the street to the familiar green and white Starbucks logo. “My ex-boyfriend called me that so I’m kind of over it.” God, someone actually dated this cranky little midget? Then my eyes skimmed the perky cleavage beneath the tiny tank top. Right. There was that.
"Ah hell, even a bitter, man-hating rebel can be a sucker for a guy who understands the sexiness in a head-holding kiss."
"The minty toothpaste does nothing to remove the bitter taste in my mouth from the very real fear that whatever Ethan feels for me has nothing to do with Stephanie Kendrick he met and everything to do with the Stephanie Kendrick he created."Overall, it was very sweet, hilarious, heart warming and generally cute book, with very likeable heroine and swoony, smart ass hero. Enjoy whenever you decide to give this gem a chance!
"Think about how much better our screenplay will be if we can base it on real life experience."
In real life? The meet-cute isn't the least bit cute. It's more like a meet-awkward. Sometimes even a meet-shoot-me-now."
"It's just that I think you forgot to change out of your country club uniform."
"Does the surly mood come with the goth outfit? Or do you have to buy it separately?"
"Could you please watch where you're pointing your teeth? The glare from your caps is hurting my eyes."
Which ending will these two choose for their class project? An indie-angst or romantic-comedy?
You lose the boots, and the attitude, and do your best to convince my parents that we're crazy in love or something."
"Who knew that pretending you’re not falling for someone would be so much more difficult than pretending you are?"
Can you please watch where you're pointing your teeth? The glare from your caps are hurting my eyes
You're a uterus away from turning into a complete chick
I look like the troubled girl parents warn their kids away from, and Ethan looks like the homecoming king.