Saturday, July 12, 2014

The Mean Girl Apologies

by Stephanie Monahan


Go back to high school…um NO!  I graduated with the same people that I was raised with in a small town.  It has been 17 years and I have yet been to a class reunion.  I still live in the same small town in Alabama, but have no desire to see anyone that I went to high school with.  Was I bullied? No Was I popular?  I was, but didn’t realize it at the time.  I was just myself. 

This book explains exactly why I do not want to see anyone I went to school with.  High school drama and cliques does not really go away.

I didn’t want to put this book down.  Everyone in HS knows  the mean girls, weather your were one yourself or go tormented by one, but some mean girls grow up and are still mean.  This is the case for Natalie Jamison. 

Natalie is trying to find herself after college and get sucked into her hometown clique and back into her mean girl ways.  After having a change of heart, and hearing her old secret flame sing a song about her on the radio, she sets out to make amends to all the people she hurt in high school…even the famous ones.


You know that catchy song you keep hearing on the radio? It’s about you.
Natalie Jamison has spent five years trying to forget the girl she was in high school: popular, pretty…and, okay, mean. Now in her twenties and living once again in her small town, she’s right back where she was: following Queen Bee Amber and keeping secrets from her best friend, Sarah.
Secrets like Jack Moreland.
Everyone knows Jack Moreland—his new album, Good Enough, is everywhere. He’s famous. Impossibly handsome. Completely untouchable. But what none of Natalie’s old clique knows is that in high school, Natalie and Jack fell in love. And their secret relationship was incredible, painful—and earth-shattering enough to inspire an entire album.
Facing friends and enemies isn’t easy, but Natalie will go to great lengths to prove she is good enough—to her friends, to herself, and most of all, to the small-town boy turned worldwide heartthrob she never forgot.

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