- Cheryl Archbold, Goodreads
From the Author
Book 2, Smart Mouth Waitress, is now available!
Each book is a stand-alone novel, set in Saltwater City, aka Vancouver.
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|Length: 239 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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The writer did a good job with character and plot development. Easy, fun, summer read that made me cringe with embarrassment for Maddie and her antics, giggle, and smile.Published 4 months ago by Jennifer watley
Wonderful story of a young girl finding herself. Loved seeing all frogs before she found a prince. Would love to see a sequel.Published 9 months ago by Sandra Stabler
Could not get past the third chapter. It just was not drawing me in at all!Published 10 months ago by Amanda
Enjoyed this book very much! Easy reading with a fun storyline. Recommend for teens to adults, I think all ages would enjoy it.Published 10 months ago by Nana
Call me shallow, but I picked this up because of the cute cover. Plus it was free on Amazon. If you want to read about an immature teenager and a bunch of other underdeveloped... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Melissa Smith
I quite enjoyed this book although I would normally not read this genre. It took me back to my teens, memories of trying to fit in, trying to please everybody & worrying about... Read morePublished 11 months ago by chrisa cooper
I usually don't read books like this anymore because I can't stand comedic suspence: Girl messes up and spends entire book hiding it or trying to mitigage the damage. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dianne N
Reading this book was most enjoyable. It was easy reading. Laid back characters. Related well to real life and real life struggles.Published 14 months ago by Candace Richert