Title: Boy Meets Girl Hardcover – Jan 2004
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In the book, Kate is forced to fire a much loved member of staff, who then goes on to sue the company for wrongful termination of contract, and Kate is blamed. The twist is that the fiancé of Kate's boss Amy is the person responsible for the 'termination of contract.' He legally represents the company, and gets his brother Mitch to represent the company. Mitch, unlike his snobby older brother is a more down to earth character, and he takes a liking to Kate, and vice-versa.
If you have read 'The Boy Next Door,' the connection between the two books is that Mitch's sister is married to Jason, whose brother John is married to Mel Fuller, who works in Features of the New York Journal. The plot is interesting, and the ending satisfactory, so i highly recommend the book.
Well, anyway, it's still a very funny book and a great story, and, the way it's written is also really nice, it's just emails to and from, voice mail messages etc. so if you like this voyeuristic aspect this book is made for you
I found `BOY MEETS GIRL' to be laugh out loud funny and quick to read (perfect for a long plane ride), however the e-mail format made it a little harder for me to get into the story. I felt as though I didn't get to know enough about the characters and while I did enjoy `BOY MEETS GIRL' I do not think that I would want to read another book in this format, 3 ½ stars.
The characters are easy to grow to love, the love chemistry is there but sort-of hidden, the plot thickens and you're willing it all to turn out okay in the end, or at least I was.
Since this was the first book by Meg Cabot that I'd ever picked up I was pleasantly surprised and intend to read more of her work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have read this more than twice now. Really love this book and the format.Published 11 months ago by Emma
I will never get tired of the novelty of a story told via email/IM/menu's/diaries etc. I love all the 'Boy' series and this one is particularly funny with the heroine being... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Maybe_Tomorrow
Such a lovely story I would recommend it to older children but still beautifully written
!!!!!!!!!! Best book I know
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Fell in love with this book in 2005, lovely to have it on my kindle fire. Well written and worth reading over and over.Published on 23 Mar. 2013 by Elsie Devoil
Huge fan of Meg Cabot since I was little and I was delighted to see she has released adult books. I adore the way this is so cleverly written as a paper Chase and it was a delight... Read morePublished on 31 Dec. 2012 by Hannah Spencer
I read them in the wrong order, the first last, but they were great. The series, I mean.
This book is really good, and the emails between them are funny. Read more
It's not all that often that I get the urging to read "chick lit", but when I do there are three authors I'm most likely to turn to - Marian Keyes, Melissa Senate and Meg Cabot. Read morePublished on 15 Jun. 2010 by E. R. Welsby