Every Boy's Got One
Maid-of-honour at her best friend Holly's wedding, Jen takes an instant dislike to best man Cal. But when Holly and Mark's wedding plans hit a major snag that only Jen and Cal can repair, the two find themselves having to put aside their mutual dislike for one another in order for the wedding to... show more
Maid-of-honour at her best friend Holly's wedding, Jen takes an instant dislike to best man Cal. But when Holly and Mark's wedding plans hit a major snag that only Jen and Cal can repair, the two find themselves having to put aside their mutual dislike for one another in order for the wedding to go ahead.
Publish date: 2005
Publisher: Pan Macmillian
Pages no: 328
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Boy (#3)
07 Jan 2005 01 May 2016 Woman travels to Italy for the destination wedding of her best friend, doesn't get along with the fiance's best friend; wedding plans go awry; wedding goes off, everyone lives happily ever after. The whole story, like the other Boy books, is told through texts, journal entr...
A more adult Meg Cabot. A light romance where Cartoonist Jane Harris is helping her best friend elope with her boyfriend. The best man is causing sparks to fly. Format similar to Cecelia Aherne's Where Rainbows End.
Though not as inane as the Shopaholic's Becky, the female protagonist was a little too silly for me to be able to derive any vicarious enjoyment. I can't put myself in the shoes of someone I'd roll my eyes at. The male character's change of heart also seemed too sudden. The descriptions of Italy and...
An interesting story told from emails and journals with lots of humor but kind of low on romance that really didn't get started until near the end. Cartoonist Jane is maid of honor and joining her friend on a trip to Italy for their elopement when she takes an instant dislike to the best man Cal.
Esta trilogia tem uma constante : a leitura fácil, agradável e fluída. O último livro da trilogia não foi nenhuma excepção, pelo que não posso dizer nada contra. No entanto, os últimos 2 livros não me marcaram de igual forma. O primeiro foi sem dúvida o melhor.