What My Girlfriend Doesn't Know
A teen boy confronts the complications of love in this relatable free verse novel featuring a new cover and larger trim size.Don’t get me wrong—my girlfriend’s amazing. But the way things have been going lately, I’m starting to believe that the only thing worse than not getting what you want, is... show more
A teen boy confronts the complications of love in this relatable free verse novel featuring a new cover and larger trim size.Don’t get me wrong—my girlfriend’s amazing. But the way things have been going lately, I’m starting to believe that the only thing worse than not getting what you want, is getting it. Picking up where What My Mother Doesn’t Know leaves off, this is the story of what happens next—told from the perspective of Murphy, Sophie’s new boyfriend. And even though Murphy’s thrilled to be with Sophie, the consequences of their relationship—and the temptations outside of it—force him to consider everything he knows about love. Told in free verse and brimming with authenticity, this novel provides unique insight into the mind of a young man.
Publish date: May 7th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Romance
Series: What My Mother Doesn't Know (#2)
This book's intention was to shatter and ruin the sweetness of the first book, its very cute ending, and how adorably Sophie sees Robin. This book cracked me up it's funny how accurate Meg Cabot's blurb was. But it wass also capable of making me sad (I shed tears), and mad that I literally hurled th...
I really enjoyed this one (: It was short and sweet, but yet hold a lasting impression. It was written in a verse kind of writing style which makes the writing more blunt and straightforward. I love how Robin and Sophie's relationship, how it seems impossible for Sophie is popular well Robin aka M...
Again, Sonya Sones brings a great novel in the form of poetry. What My Girlfriend Doesn’t Know is the sequel to Sones’ free-verse novel What My Mother Doesn’t Know, and was a great addition to the first book.It was a little weird going from book one to this book because of the POV switch from Sophie...
Not nearly as cleaver as the first book in the series. And unlike "What My Mother...", this story seemed very far-fetched and unrealistic. However, it did have some great scenes and some of the poetry was very smart and funny.
ehhh it was okay but i liked What My Mother Doesn't Know better. this one seemed a little whiney to me at times, and the end was too sudden, but it was interesting to get robin/murphy's pov.