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Every Girl's Guide To Boys (Every Girl's Guide #2)

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Chrissy thinks her life is problem free (she even sets up an online advice column to make use of all her good girl talent) till her best friend, the boy she's been in love with since she was maybe five, comes back from the US. Now this would be a good thing if she wasn't already in an unofficial, sort-of relationship with her long-time crush Nathan. Is it finally time for ...more
Published 2008 by Summit media
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i think that the heroine of the story is the one who is to blame because she brought every problems she complained about on herself by not picking a side. i did like Nathan and he seems the-sincere-type-of-guy that i don't know if Chrissy deserved.i don't know, i just don't like her very much because all the conflicts in the story could be avoided if she choose one guy at the first place.
Jun 16, 2011 Alibiserver rated it did not like it
This was my first purchase in the “Every girl’s guide to” series and like every summit media release, it is short, compact, and it must appeal to its target audience, which is the savvy young woman on the get-go and more likely, the teenager. Sad to say, the book was a lamentable purchase. Some parts of the novella were not explored further, like Chrissy’s website, and some parts tend to read like a dumb soap opera. The worst, unforgivable part is that the entire story is like a straight line; t ...more
Jun 16, 2011 Nin rated it really liked it
Nathan did not have a lot of exposure in the story but it was understandable for me. The focus here is on Chrissy and her realizations about life and love. Even a girl with a good head on her shoulders would experience some bumps in the road (Yes life doesn't play favorites) that would cause her to act differently. Ultimately, the experience made her realize the things that truly matter to her, making her humble to admit her mistakes and poor choices (she's a teenager, so give her a break). We s ...more
Jan 02, 2013 Judy rated it really liked it
I like the book for being very light-hearted, that I didn't really have to worry on a protagonist getting his/her heart broken. Chrissy's life is almost perfect (given she has a very intact family and supportive friends; that's my definition for 'Almost Perfect' okaaay) and she has two great N's (NICO AND NATHAN. GAAAAH I LOVE NATHAN) and I hope I didnt clearly spoil who did Chrissy end up with.

I always have this personal favorite part in the end that I'd like to quote (it's an entire paragraph
Oct 15, 2011 Annika rated it it was amazing
it's admirable how the protagonist handles the situation although, I could not relate myself to what she's going through.
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Apr 24, 2013 Naya Panda rated it really liked it
This one's my favorite among the series.
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