Always Never Yours

Always Never Yours

eBook - 2018
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"Every page bursts with humor, squee-inducing romance, and an abiding sense of the deep love and joy of its two writers. Designed to induce both heart-warming bursts of happiness and a sense of recognition and pangs of empathy for Megan's struggles, Always Never Yours is a necessary, feel-good addition to the YA canon."--Entertainment WeeklyMegan Harper is the girl before. All her exes find their one true love right after dating her. It's not a curse or anything, it's just the way things are. and Megan refuses to waste time feeling sorry for herself. Instead, she focuses on pursuing her next fling, directing theater, and fulfilling her dream school's acting requirement in the smallest role possible. But her plans quickly crumble when she's cast as none other than Juliet--yes, that Juliet--in her high school's production. It's a nightmare. Megan's not an actress and she's certainly not a Juliet. Then she meets Owen Okita, an aspiring playwright who agrees to help Megan catch the eye of a sexy stagehand in exchange for help writing his new script. Between rehearsals and contending with her divided family, Megan begins to notice Owen--thoughtful, unconventional, and utterly unlike her exes, and wonders: shouldn't a girl get to star in her own love story?
Publisher: 2018
ISBN: 9780451478658
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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Apr 14, 2019

I can definitely relate to Megan. She likes to make sure that everyone is happy, and sometimes that means that she sweeps her feelings under the rug. Although I did find her frustrating at times, and wanted to shake some sense into her. I like how she finally grows up a little as the book came closer to being over. I like how she made peace with her parents and their new significant others.

I also love how Owen would call Megan out and tell her to stop pretending that she was okay when it was obvious that she wasn't

I'm not a big fan of Romeo and Juliet (shh, don't tell!) But I do like how this retelling was more focused on Rosalind.


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