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Between Boyfriends (The Between Boyfriends Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – November 7, 2013
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"This book is the ultimate chick-lit read--a light-hearted romp focused on the travails of Jan, a college student dumped by her boyfriend, an SDSU student. The moment proves an epiphany, as Jan resolves to stop dating and find fulfillment as a single woman." - East County Magazine
"Between Boyfriends is a delicious slice of chick-lit! Snappy dialogue sets this story apart from the pack as it follows a young woman who, financially cut off by her parents when she fails to attend school, learns that life is more than her Amex card, and reunites with a mother who has endured her own brand of pain." - Jan Moran, bestselling author
"BETWEEN BOYFRIENDS is a great read. It's got everything you'd expect in a chick-lit book: good friends, fun, and a little romance, but the thing Sarka-Jonae adds to this story is a journey." - Caroline Fardig, USA TODAY bestselling author
"Jan, the much lovable yet so far from perfect anti-heroine of this refreshing novel, seems to be plumbing new depths at each turn of the page, as her fairy-tale like, easy going world gradually crumbles around her... Jan is a Cinderella that chucks away the dainty slipper and gets on with real life. Revivifying and fun... this novel is a comforting reminder that it isn't all that easy to be a young woman discovering that most of the time the only prince charming who can save us is our own little selves." - San Francisco Book Review
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For me, the novel moved a bit slowly at the beginning.
Since I am a New Adult (between the ages of 18 and 26), I've been venturing into the New Adult genre lately. What I've found is that novels coming out in the New Adult genre seem to be more for an audience in their late twenties to forties. I would recommend this novel for anyone who is feeling nostalgic about college.
Am still scratching my head wondering what the plot is? YAWN.
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