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You, Maybe: The Profound Asymmetry of Love in High School Paperback – June 26, 2007
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Josie doesn't believe in love. She's happy hanging out with her two best gal pals, Zandra and Tru, and her longtime best friend Michael. She even enjoys running little kids' birthday parties, doing magic tricks dressed as Tallulah the Clown. Her life is full and uncomplicated. It is true that she and Michael make out frequently, but they're still just friends, she believes.
Things get complicated though when Carson starts noticing Josie. She discovers that even she is not immune to his many charms. Things start out with secret makeout sessions during their free seventh periods. She continues to write songs and make out with Michael, which begins to feel weird.
Carson doesn't call her and they don't really go out. But then he starts getting serious, asking her to be his girlfriend and to stop being with Michael. After some convincing, Josie agrees. She scraps plans for Michael's birthday and starts hanging out with Carson and his popular crowd, which includes his ex-girlfriend.
Soon Josie is changing how she dresses, how she acts, and canceling birthday party gigs to go spend a weekend with Carson at his ex's cabin. Josie tells him about how much she loves him and is even thinking about having sex with Carson, who is pushing her farther than she has ever gone during makeout sessions.Read more ›
Characters had potential and then fizzled.
Story started out great but the writer went in the wrong direction.
The authors writing style is great, just needs work on building characters and completing a story.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Josie is a 15 year old girl who doesn't idolize the hottest senior on campus, Carson Gold. While every other girl her age is smitten with him, her friends included, she doesn't see... Read morePublished on August 17, 2012 by december
A pretty good book that I mostly enjoyed until the ending. It completely ruined it for me. I wanted to shake the author and ask what the heck she was thinking! Read morePublished on November 24, 2010 by Deja You Gurl
I bought the book for my daughter and she could not put it down. i would recommend this book to others. This is the second book she has read by this author and wants them all.Published on May 2, 2009 by L. Metzdorff
At first, when you begin to read this book, it reminds you a lot like Twilight. Unrealistic, mismatched romance. Read on, and you will find i's not. Read morePublished on April 19, 2009 by Alexandria Farrar
I bought this book after viewing an online recommendation from a teen author I adore, feeling sure, after reading her praise, that it would be great. Read morePublished on June 17, 2008 by S. Migdal
YOU, MAYBE is a great book about high school romance. This book really captures how romance in high school can be confusing and heartbreaking, but can also be fun. Read morePublished on November 5, 2006 by TeensReadToo