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Don't Tell Me That You Love Me

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If only a boyfriend could be a best friend too!

Melissa wishes it could be that way. Sure, guys are great to go out with, and she'd hate to be without a boyfriend--but friendship and love seem to be two different things entirely. Just seeing what happened to her parents is enough to make anyone realize that.
But none of Melissa's relationships are working out quite right, ei
Unknown Binding, 151 pages
Published December 31st 1983 by Simon & Schuster - (Pocket) (first published January 1983)
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Jasmine Holloman
Apr 20, 2015 Jasmine Holloman rated it liked it
Although it has a really strong theme on how parents actions can effect the children's lives and their relationships with others, I found the main character Melissa very dramatic. I get that she is a teen, but she acted irrational in most situations.
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Nov 15, 2011 Julie Fishpaugh rated it really liked it
I highly recommend "Don't Tell Me That You Love Me" by Hila Colman. It is a perfect story how divorce can effect the children involved and their views on love and relationships. Colman uses dialogue to affectively show relationships between her characters.
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Born in New York, Colman attended Radcliffe College where she honed her writing skills before embarking on a literary career.

Colman also wrote under the pseudonym Teresa Crayder.
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