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Waiting on Wednesday!!!

Hey guys! I realize I haven't been as consistent as I used to be. I'm so sorry. I've been going through a difficult time with my family lately. I've been extra distracted. But this book blog means a lot to me, and so do you guys. Right now, this is the ONLY thing that is keeping me happy. So I promise I'm going to be more consistent.


So this book was recommended to me by the beautiful Bones!!! We were talking, and I informed her that I wasn't to sure what to write about. She recommended this book, and I fell in love =]
Where have all the boys gone?

Down-to-earth Kelly is always the friend and never the girlfriend. But as her junior year of high school starts, Kelly is determined to finally reveal her true feelings for her long-time crush and good friend Hunter - that is, until the Boy Recession hits.

Over the past summer, an overwhelming number of male students have left Kelly and Hunter's small high school class. Some were sent to private school and others moved away. Whatever the case, the sudden population shift has left the already small Julius P. Heil High in desperate shape. The football coach is recruiting chess champs for his team, the principal's importing male exchange students to balance out school dances,and Hunter is about to become an unexpected heartthrob.

Content with his role as the guitar-strumming, class-skipping slacker, Hunter is unprepared to be the center of attention. Desperate coaches are recruiting him for sports teams, and the drama teacher casts him in the lead role of the school musical. Even the Spandexers, powerful popular girls in tight pants, are noticing Hunter in a new light - with a little work, he could have potential. He might even be boyfriend material...

In order to stand out from the crowd and win Hunter's heart, Kelly needs a "stimulus package" in the form of cougar lessons from a senior girl who dates hot freshman boys and advice on the male mind from her Cosmo-addicted best friend, Aviva. As if dating wasn't hard enough without a four-to-one ratio!


I don't know. What would you guys think if all the boys started to mysteriously disappear from your high school. I'd be pretty distraught. But, male exchange students would be pretty darn amazing if you ask me. 




Love,


1 comment:

  1. This sounds GREAT! Thanks for sharing!

    And I'm sorry to hear you're going through such a difficult time. Hope things start looking up soon. :)

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