Love Off-limits

Love Off-limits

Book - 2009
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"Natalie should be on top of the world dating Jeremy. He's totally perfect by everyone's standards. But the seemingly flawless couple have been dating since freshman year, and now Natalie fears the spark may be fizzling. Being such an 'expert' in love, Natalie gets coaxed into writing a romance column, and soon she finds spending time with her editor, Matt, to be way worth the work. There's just one catch. Matt is Jeremy's best friend, and dumping your boyfriend for his closest friend is just wrong-- right?"--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, 2009.
Edition: 1st Simon Pulse pbk. ed.
ISBN: 9781416975083
Characteristics: 268 p. ; 18 cm.


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Aug 19, 2013

Love off- Limit – Whitney Lyles
I love reading romantic comedies because it’s a very easy read & I never want to put the book down. I’m always curious of what is going to happen next. I also love books like this because the cover really grabs your attention; it’s so colourful & girly. LOVE Off- Limits by Whitney Lyles is about Natalie who is dating Jeremy, he’s totally perfect to everyone’s standard. But there is one problem; the sparks between Jeremy & Natalie are starting to disappear. Natalie starts doing a romance column with her editor Matt & she’s begins to like him but there’s one problem, Matt is Jeremy’s best friend. Natalie knows she can’t dump Jeremy because he’s having a hard time dealing with his parent’s divorce plus dumping someone for their best friend is just cruel. This book was really predictable and it wasn’t realistic, most of things that happened in the book would never occur in real life but I guess that’s why they call it fiction. In my opinion there weren’t a lot of twists, by the time I was half way through the book, I could guess how the book was going to end. During my read, I met Natalie’s friends who made the read more fun because they had issues of their own too. In my opinion I think the author could’ve developed the characters more even if it meant that the book would’ve been a little bit longer. I would recommend this to people who don’t really mind reading corny but amusing books. I would recommend this to children 12 and up, it would be an amazing read for pre-teens and teenagers.

Apr 21, 2011

i thought it was going alittle slower dan all d books in d series.


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