Diary of a Crush French Kiss - Sarra Manning Reviews
Description:ISBN 0349001561 / Paperback: 240 pages / Publisher: Atom / Published: 30 May 2013
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When Edie first spots moody, dark, delicious Dylan at college, sh ...
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When Edie moves up to Manchester and starts college she's a little scared - scared to be in a new town with new people, and none of her old friends. But then she meets a trouser-shape by the name of Dylan and everything changes. She develops a huge crush on the handsome but complicated boy, and chronicles her feelings for him in her diary. Well that explains the title, then. This is not a simple, boy meets girl story. There are lots of obstacles in the way, not least the fact that while Edie is swooning over Dylan, he barely seems to register that she's around. Others at college seem determined to keep them apart, and while it's only a couple of years, the age ... Read the complete review
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