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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1940559448
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- Publication Date: December 1, 2015
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- Language: English
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- Book 3 of 3 in The Queen B* (3 Book Series)
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Lexie was hard to take at some points in this book. She is not sweet. Her doubts about herself rang true. It's why I like her, along with the frizzy hair. I have curly hair too. She is self-absorbed throughout most of this book especially about Morgan. Richard didn't talk to Morgan until late in the book. Lexie should have. She worried about their friendship but didn't act.
Richard's story seemed non-personal. Bullying is a real world crime, but it did not feel authentic to the story. His dating life was more a concern than dealing with the vandalism and hate he was experiencing. I liked the debate club story, but it took too much away from Drew and Lexie's story.
Morgan's story WAS an afterthought completely. No talk of counseling or anything else after her rape, it was simply a plot point to get Morgan and Lexie back together as friends.
Lexie and Taylor's mom finding out she was pregnant was an odd choice also. What point did it serve?
I absolutely get life is about hardships. What I loved about the first two books was the fact it was interspersed with moments of joy, doubt, insecurity, laughter, snark and warmth. I felt no warmth in this book. What a shame.
Alexis' mother has been dating a man named Pete and their relationship has increased. Alex and her sister Taylor are in shock about it and worried about what these things will do to them. Also, Alex's best friend Richard wants to be on the Debate Team and he's trying out for it. She's there for him and to give him support during the process. Also, one of the co-captains doesn't want Richard on the team because he's gay and it's against her religious ideas. Someone is leaving horrible notes in Richard's locker every day and Alex is going to find out who is doing it.
Brett has 20 schools vying for his attention and to possibly get him to go to their schools. At one of the games against one of their biggest rivals, Brett is seriously hurt and has to have surgery. He can't play football anymore for his remaining senior year. Some of the schools are backing out and he's broken hearted. He's worried that all of the colleges are going to back out and he won't have any options. Also, he's worried if he'll be able to play anymore as well. Also, he worries that Lexi will break up with him since he's not the football player again.
Definitely worth reading.
When Brett suffers an injury, he changes, and starts to shut Alexis out. At the same time, Alexis' friendship with her bestie Morgan is in shambles, her personal life is going up in flames, and her best friend Richard is being harassed at school by someone who hates gays.
Both Brett and Alexis realize that without each other, they just don't work. Both had some growing up to do, with the help of the other. And ultimately, both made concessions for the other, because after all, that's what love is all about.
I LOVE this series, and I am so sorry to see it end, but at least Ms. McHugh gave us a great ending. My only complaint was the harasser of Richard was glaringly obvious, but since this is a book that is made for teens, and I'm no longer a teen, I forgave her!
I highly recommend this series to anyone who loves a good romance story, with a bit of sass thrown in!
3rd and final book in series
HEA for the most part, too many secondary plots left unfinished.
It would have been 4 stars for me but the lack of a satisfying ending makes it a 3 or a 2 because I am so pissed off about it.
I'm a huge fan of this series. I love Alexis and her "I will not put up with this" attitude. She's a crusader for the truth and under dogs, and such a strong female character. I've loved being in her head and I loved being with her as she tackled her attraction to Brett and other problems at school and home.
I really feel like this installment in the series showed Alexis's emotional growth as she handled things going on in her life and those around her. She was tested on all fronts, at school, at home, when it came to her rules about being with Brett, and with her friends. It wasn't really that she was being active, but rather reacting to the situations around her. I was not happy about a number of things. The one that plagued me the most was the situation with Morgan and Alexis. As Alexis's best friend, I found it highly irregular she would attack and treat Alexis the way she did. She quite easily took the word of someone she didn't know that well and didn't stop to think about how ridiculous the accusations leveled at Alexis were.
I did like seeing how things changed with Brett. Granted Alexis's romantic boundaries were pushed, not the physical ones, just the ones with actually having a boyfriend and everything that comes along with it. I didn't like how Alexis was still hung up on not letting people know she and Brett were a couple. I liked how we got another closer look at Brett and his family. I love his sisters and the way he is with them. I felt like the dynamic between Brett and his father was better visible in this book. I also felt like the dynamic between Brett and Alexis changed in this book too. Previously it felt like Brett was trying to support Alexis and show her she didn't have to be so hard all the time.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was a bit disappointed in this book and in my opinion, it wasn't has good as the first two. I think it was because i enjoyed the will they, won't they and all the chemistry... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Donna Midgley
I regret waiting until now to read this book (or series). The Queen B* totally blows me off with its amazingly humorous and sassy story. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mariana Nguyen
An awesome ending to a wonderful series! If you love snark and attitude and humor and romance, READ THESE BOOKS!Published 6 months ago by Melanie Swiftney
Loved the series! I hope this amazing love stay can continue! Brett and Lexi perfectly valence each other. I would love to read about their summer or college experience!Published 6 months ago
This is the third book in the series and I probably would have benefited from reading the others in the series, but it was still an enjoyable book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amanda
Loved how they were so cute together, I wish there were more books in the series, but this is a great series of books to sit down in the holidays and readPublished 7 months ago by Tom Mackenzie
This YA series continues where The Queen B* Strikes Back ended. Alexis and Brett are officially (or unofficially) dating. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robin Powers
It's not over is it?? I don't want it to be over! I am enjoying this series so much, I just want it to keep going. Alexis really is a fantastic character. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Yvonne @ The Shadow Realm