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He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not (My Boyfriend Is a Monster) (My Boyfriend Is a Monster (Library)) Library Binding – January 1, 2013
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About the Author
Robin Mayhall has been writing since she could hold a pen. She is a corporate communications writer by day and a published poet and fantasy author. She lives in Louisiana with three cats who only occasionally attempt to sit on her keyboard.
Kristen Cella lives in Illinois and is the creator of the webcomic Antagonist.
Dirk I. Tiede is the creator of the long-running independent manga series Paradigm Shift.
Jane Irwin is the creator of Vögelein, an independent comic book published through her company, Fiery Studios, and the Clockwork Game weekly webcomic about the world's first chess-playing automaton.
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Top Customer Reviews
The illustrations are fantastic. The characters are depicted as real people and totally believable. I love the way the illustrations show subtle changes in Serena as well.
A great read that won't disappoint and my interest has been piqued to read other tales in the "My Boyfriend is a Monster" series.
Fine for those teens who like this sort of thing, but I would've preferred something a bit more empowering that helped the girlfriend leave the abusive relationship behind, even if the abuser himself could not help it because of his problems in the story.
Lance Hyland, the star quarterback, unexpectedly peeked over her shoulder when Serena got a note from the guidance counselor. "Aw, man ... called to Gary Barry's office already?" He was just kidding and offered to show her the way AND asked her out! Cam, who could easily be her crush was going to be her study partner. Things hadn't started out all that well at Rojo, but were looking up. To think she was going out on a date with a "star football player" would blow Consuela away.
Her meeting with Gary Barry went over all the standard new student stuff, but when she went to leave he offered up one bit of advice. "Be careful around Lance Hyland." What on earth was the guy talking about? Serena didn't have time to think about it because she had to study with Cam. They were going to work on "Jekyll & Hyde" and "list all the metaphors and similes" in one section. She wanted to study with Cam again, but there was her date. Lance became really crazy when he heard about Cam, calling him "a weakling, a freak." And then he slammed his fist into her locker. Just what kind of monster was she dating? Was it a simple case of jealously or something much more insidious?
Serena finds herself in a dating dilemma when her boyfriend turns out to be w-e-i-r-d. Things get really crazy at Rojo when two of the cheerleaders end up missing. Naturally, Serena starts to wonder if Lance is to blame for the disappearance. The storyline is more realistic than a few in the series, but nonetheless, there is still a monstrous personality lurking behind Lance's cool guy facade. The story moves right along, a facet that makes it perfect for young readers, especially reluctant ones. The black and white panels are detailed and do include a few pages of the "Jekyll and Hyde" story. If you have a youngster who likes their reading a bit on the freaky side, this is one series you may wish to consider.
My Boyfriend is a Monster
#1 I Love Him to Pieces
#2 Made for Each Other
#3 My Boyfriend Bites
#4 Under His Spell
#5 I Date Dead People
#6 Wrapped Up in You
#7 He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
#8 A Match Made in Heaven
This book courtesy of the publisher.