How to Ruin Your Boyfriend's Reputation
"A great read-alike for fans of Meg Cabot, Melissa Kantor, and Sarah Dessen."--VOYA Guess who’s jetting off to the Holy Land this summer! Yes, it’s me—Amy Nelson-Barak. I’ve volunteered for ten days of military training in Israel with my friends. The Sababa brochure said it would be a “fun”... show more
"A great read-alike for fans of Meg Cabot, Melissa Kantor, and Sarah Dessen."--VOYA Guess who’s jetting off to the Holy Land this summer! Yes, it’s me—Amy Nelson-Barak. I’ve volunteered for ten days of military training in Israel with my friends. The Sababa brochure said it would be a “fun” summer experience. Okay, so I didn’t sign up to prove I’m not a princess…I did it to surprise my hot Israeli boyfriend stationed at the same base. Too bad nobody told me: - It’s hot in the Negev desert…like, so hot your makeup melts off and you get under-boob sweat spots. - You can’t sleep in until 11 a.m. - You shouldn’t kill bees with your flatiron—don’t ask. - Peeing in a hole isn’t easy (when you’re a girl)—double don’t ask. When I find out our team leader is my boyfriend Avi, I’m totally psyched…until I learn he has to treat me like all the other recruits. Can you say OY VEY!
Publish date: 8 listopada 2009
Pages no: 257
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Young Adult Contemporary
, Young Adult Romance
I really enjoyed reading this series but it doesn't feel like the story is finished. There are so much things to be sad, questions to be answered. I want to see what will happen next with Amy and Avi with their families and with themselves. I hate when a great story don't end the way i want it. But...
This is one of my favourite series, but this one let me down a bit it wasn't as good as the first two. Amy became really unlikable to me at first but she did get better towards the end.Its a shame this is the last one maybe Simone Elkeles might write another one.
I really enjoyed the whole series. It did at times feel unrealistic. Perhaps since we're seing this through Amy's innocent eyes it is real enough. Her personality shines through and colors her reality. You can't keep her down. I believe I've now read all of Simone Elkeles' books. I'll be waiti...
I really do enjoy this series. I just wish it were a little more nuanced to include a better picture of the Palestinian issue. In this third book Amy is going to an Israeli boot camp for two weeks. While two years of military service is required for all Israeli teens, Amy as an American is exempt...