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Major Crush by Jennifer Echols
They’re competitions, not contests. I juss can’t deal! Showing of 30 reviews. You call yourself the leader of the band. The Boys Next Door 2. Now speaking of this book, I do-right now! This is no Pride and Prejudice or Nora Roberts- but it has its place. Aug 22, Sita rated it really liked it Shelves: You’ll read it once and then come back to it again and again because it’s that entertaining. This story deals with elements of friendship, poverty, sexism, and broken hearts.
The banter between Virginia and Drew and pretty much any of the band members is witty and super entertaining.
To their surprise, they start confiding in each other. I finished this novel grinning like a fool, happy with life in general and full of hopes and expectations I’ll deal with those later. After jennier Virginia get angry with Drew because she thinks that he began a rumor about her father having an affair.
Customers who bought this item also bought. But for the most part, it did indeed come across as a flufftastic, dumb, cheesy ball of romance fluff.
Just read ’em and enjoy ’em. To see the fucking review for this fucking sad excuse of a fucking book click on one of the following links: Jan 10, Adriana marked it as re-read Shelves: My school didn’t have a marching band and actually, I don’t think that many school in Quebec province has one Dec 26, Ritu rated it liked it Shelves: Join 4, other followers.
Sure, there are loads of silly circumstances that move the plots forward, but I’m totally okay with that. And the Evil Twins were fantastic! Tired of the beauty-pagean circuit, Virginia Sauter tosses her tiara, pierces her nose, and auditions for the most unlikely of roles — drum major of the high school marching band.
During my first Bout of Books, I started Major Crush and it was so cute, I immediately found something else of hers to read. Sure, Drew is hot, but because of his superior attitude, he and Virginia are constantly arguing. Several freshmen made it out the door, still shrieking.
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Back onto the actual plot of the book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. See, there’s a lot of thing I didn’t know and so I can’t relate to This book was very cute, light-hearted and sweet.
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Unfortunately, she has to share the position with Drew Morrow, whose family has held the position for years. He could not put it down. This won’t fall in to my “Ehh what the Customers who viewed this item also viewed. I can’t even say the same for myself.
Major Crush by Jennifer Echols
I kinda wished I hadn’t read this. Give up the drum major position. I love mjaor good cruzh where rivals overcome their mutual loathing to fall in love Forced to play nice with each other, sparks fly and they discover that there’s more to the other person than meets the eye. So this book, for those of you who want something more helpful than my tweeny review above I mean, there’s a reason my parents named me Kagome.
Now I was pissed with the band with Sesshoumaru, instead of mortified at myself for being such a bad drum major on my first try. It’s okay, but I wasn’t expecting that. Preview — Major Crush by Jennifer Echols. This review was written in and may not accurately reflect how I read now. I look forward to reading more stories from this author. Drew as echhols adorable, stuck in a bad situation at home and in the band and with his girlfriend.
I was the world’s least sexy sixteen-year-old. October 2, Review: Story Story Writer Forum Community. When it becomes obvious sort ofthat Drew just might be crushing on Virginia as hard as she is on him, things really start to get interesting.
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