Friend Me

Friend Me

Book - 2009
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Lucy, Izzy, and Nesta are sassy, sparkling...and utterly smitten.

In Mates, Dates, and Inflatable Bras , Lucy is at a turning point. She doesn't feel like she fits in with her friends Izzie and Nesta. Then Lucy sees the most wonderful boy, and things start to change -- in all areas of her life.

Izzie is smitten with Mark in Mates, Dates, and Cosmic Kisses . When Izzie cancels plans just so she's available if Mark should call, Lucy and Nesta know they need to intervene. But how can they help when Izzie is convinced that she and Mark are destined to be together?

Nesta meets a boy of her own in Mates, Dates, and Designer Divas . Simon is rich and his lifestyle is totally glamorous. So is his friend Cressida. But competing for Simon's affections could cost Nesta more than she anticipated.
Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, c2009
ISBN: 9781416978367
Branch Call Number: YA HOP
Characteristics: 497 p. ; 21 cm


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Oct 05, 2017

I read this series growing up and I really enjoyed it. Now reading it again for fun in my late 20's I am reminded about how great this series really was. Fun and lots of laughs. I highly recommend!

Jun 22, 2014

This book is okay for me

Red_Dog_2036 Jul 05, 2013

I highly disliked this book. I usually have the easiest of times getting into books, but I could only get into any one of the three books in the last chapter. I would not recommend reading this book.

audrey_hepburn Jul 23, 2011

This book is really good. My favourite character is Lucy and I think it is most fun to read from her point of view.

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Red_Dog_2036 Jul 05, 2013

Other: There is some drinking in this book.


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