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Missing You by Meg Cabot
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Oct 21, 10

bookshelves: read-in-2010, book-i-love-thus-the-5-stars, meg-cabot, paranormal
Read from April 28 to May 17, 2010

I’ve read this book so many times that some of the lines in this book are imprinted in my head. I’ve always like Meg Cabot and her series of Mediator as much as I loved this series. As I’ve been reading the last book of 1-800-where-r-u, I saw how much the story had evolve from simply a girl crushing on a guy who she thinks is hot because he rides a motorcycle and that he goes to detention like her adds to the hotness in him, the girl who punches everyone who irritates her, to the girl who is civilized, I’ve seen how Cabot had developed Jess from a girl to a growing woman.

I’ve also seen how Rob had loved Jess all through the years and that kind of thing makes me wish that I find someone like him. Hahaha. Seriously, he even made a scrapbook of her even if they weren’t together yet, and continues to do so even if they are not together yet. That’s the love that’s worth fighting for. This book added to Meg Cabot’s great works.

very nice ending..thought rob and jess won't have their happy ending after all that happened.fooled me,:)
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Faye Thanks Amy, can I call you Amy or Amy Louise?

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