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Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot
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Sep 24, 2011

it was amazing
Read in September, 2011

Lizzie Nichol,s has a big problem: She can,t keep anything to herself. And when on a trip to London to meet and spend the summer with her long distance boyfriend Andrew , her good intentions get him in trouble, when she inadverdently tells the work office that he has a job, so he really shouldn,t be getting benefits, and he asks her to lie for him and say she was just joking. Lizzie does but than she runs out of the office and goes back to his parents townhouse packs up and leaves him a note saying its over and heads out to the south of France to stay with her best friend in a sixteenth century chateau in Southern France, who cares if she has never traveled alone and only speaks rudimentary french? She,s off to Souillac to lend a helping hand. Meg Cabot really brings the characters to life .fantastic story line some laugh out loud moments. could not put this book down look forward to reading next book in the series Queen of Babble In The Big City.
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