Annotations for Being Friends With Boys


Baker & Taylor
Enjoying her position as a girl among several male friends who rely on her for advice and group cohesion, Charlotte, is astonished when a handsome newcomer makes her aware of her femininity and a long-time friend reveals he wants more.

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Baker & Taylor
Enjoying her position as a girl among several male friends who rely on her for advice and group cohesion, Charlotte, who eschews female drama, is astonished when a handsome newcomer makes her aware of her femininity and a long-time friend reveals he wants more.

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Simon and Schuster
From the author of Pure and The Summer of Firsts and Lasts, a friendship story with one girl, several boys, and lots of complications.

Charlotte and Oliver have been friends forever. She knows that he, Abe, and Trip consider her to be one of the guys, and she likes it that way. She likes being the friend who keeps them all together. Likes offering a girl's perspective on their love lives. Likes being the behind-the-scenes wordsmith who writes all the lyrics for the boys' band. Char has a house full of stepsisters and a past full of backstabbing (female) ex-best friends, so for her, being friends with boys is refreshingly drama-free…until it isn't anymore.
When a new boy enters the scene and makes Char feel like, well, a total girl…and two of her other friends have a falling out that may or may not be related to one of them deciding he might want to be more than friends with Char…being friends with all these boys suddenly becomes a lot more complicated.

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