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by Tamara summers

  • ISBN: 0545036917
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  • Author: Tamara summers
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  • Publisher: Scholastic (2007)
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  • Rating: 4.8
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TAMARA SUMMERS is the author of numerous books. He's With Me is a typical romantic comedy. The thing I did like was there was no annoying miscommunication between Jake and Lexie.

TAMARA SUMMERS is the author of numerous books. She lives, walks her dog, and writes in New York City, and applies sunscreen with the help of her own meant-to-be, not-pretend boyfriend. Even though Bree tried to pull an evil trick on them, they were smart enough not to fall for it. The plot was more about Lexie and Jake realizing they liked each other, not getting mad at each other because of what someone said. So for that, it was a refreshing romantic comedy!

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Cute enough to eat,' he said. Something personal is always better than something expensive. Tamara Summers, He's With Me. tags: life-lessons, love.

2007) (The first book in the I Heart Bikinis series) A novel by Tamara . May 2007 : USA Paperback.

2007) (The first book in the I Heart Bikinis series) A novel by Tamara Summers. Lexie's longtime crush on Jake has never gone anywhere for real? Genre: Young Adult Romance.

He's With Me. Authors: Tamara Summers. Lexie felt her heart sink

He's With Me. Lexie felt her heart sink. did he want her back? She couldn’t really blame him. A real girlfriend sounded much better than a pretend girlfriend who he didn’t want to date at all, even if that real girlfriend was an ice queen like Amy. What was he thinking then? Was he disappointed that they were interrupted?

without incurring the wrath of the most popular girl in school. That's when Colin comes up with the plan: Lexie can pretend to be Jake's girlfriend and avoid getting killed by Bree McKennis?

Just in time for summer comes the perfect beach read! Humor and romance abound in this fresh, fun take on summer love. Lexie has always had a crush on Jake, her brother Colin's best friend.

Just in time for summer comes the perfect beach read! Humor and romance abound in this fresh, fun take on summer love. But she knows Jake thinks of her like a sister, and has never made a move. without incurring the wrath of the most popular girl in school.

From the AuthorTAMARA SUMMERS is the author of numerous books. Romance Contemporary. One fee. Stacks of books. Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once).

HE'S WITH ME starts out the very new pseudo-series I HEART BIKINIS, and what a great job it does. Sure, it may seem like any other fluffy teen novel, but the story that Tamara Summers has created leaves a smile on the reader's face all the way until the last page. This is the perfect beach read for this upcoming summer.

The boy is mine ... sort of! Lexie's longtime crush on Jake has never gone anywhere. But when teen queen Bree sets her sights on Jake, he has to come up with a way to turn her down ... without incurring the wrath of the most popular girl in school. A plan is hatched. Lexie can pretend to be Jake;s girlfriend. But Lexie has never had a real boyfriend, let alone a pretend one! Can she manage to convince everyone she's Jake's girlfriend, & then convince Jake that they're meant to be ... for real ,,, ...and avoid getting killed by Bree McKennis?
Reviews about He's with Me ... for Now or for Real? (I [Heart] Bikinis) (7):
Flas
I bought this months ago before going on vacation. I thought it was going to be thicker, but it was fairly short. I was able to begin it on the drive down and finish it long before we arrived at our destination. It was a really cute book though and would make for a great summer or beach read since it isn't too long and is really easy to read.
Zololmaran
Amazing! Great and cute love story between two high school students during summer vacation! I recommend all high school and teens to read this cute book and basically anyone who loves a sweet love story!
Broadraven
So cute...light and funny! Two thumbs up!
It is a short, great story to read when you need a break.
MrCat
Easy, teen read
Steelraven
~3/5
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This book was... pretty much average to me. I've read some of Summers' other books, and both were perhaps better than this one. Although, I read them both a while ago, so maybe I'm blurry on that.
This book, and others like it, tend to be lighthearted, fluffy, girly, romance-centered, no heavy plot, very fast to read (I read it in less than a day). Somewhat stereotypical. They're like adult romances, only for little girls. You know, no sex, no grown-up problems, nothing real serious. Which, sometimes is alright, or what you're looking for. And I used to read them all the time, but I think I prefer the more adult ones now. Which, really, shouldn't have surprised me.
This book was about Lexie, who is crushing on her twin brothers friend Jake. For some reason, everyone likes him, because he's so cute and whatever, even though he hangs out with Lexie and her brother, who no one seems to really care for. Anyway, Lexie and Jake end up going to the same camp over the summer, taking Tennis lessons and playing pool volleyball. And then the popular girl from their school starts liking Jake, and a boy at the camp starts liking Lexie.
The book was enjoyable, for the most part. It wasn't bad. It was just very light, nothing heavy, pretty stereotypical, very predictable. It started with no surprise and ended with no surprise. One thing that bothered me, is that it seemed like it could have ended so much earlier. I've read one-shots online, one chapter long, with this type of storyline that were much shorter. It didn't seem dragged on, there was just more story where there didn't need to be. More of the characters not thinking the other one liked them, or didn't like them enough, when there didn't need to be.
I didn't feel too much for the characters, although I could have. The relationships that formed could have been really good, been done really well, but were too light and easy, with not much under the surface. Lexie and Sally could have been really close, and I love twin sibling relationships, and this one wasn't done badly... There just wasn't much there, when there could have been.
I still have a bit of a soft spot for these type of younger chick-flicky books, but will probably read more of the adult ones. So, yea. Just alright, mostly.
Blueshaper
Lexie believed that her life was over when her mother bought her a tennis racket and a bikini, two of the things that she hated the most. And when she finds out that her mother had signed her up for a tennis day camp, her life seemed to be going down the drain, especially when finding out that her twin brother, Colin, wouldn't be there. Then Colin brings up some major news that changes Lexie's perspective on this upcoming summer. Jake, Colin's best friend and the guy that Lexie has had a crush on since the very first time they met, will be at camp, too. Maybe now Jake will finally see Lexie as more than just a friend - and maybe even ask her to be his girlfriend.

Before she knows it her dream comes true; well, kind of. Jake finds out that Bree, the most popular girl in school, has her sights on him, and Bree always gets what she wants. But Jake is far from interested in being her boyfriend. So Colin comes up with a master plan: have Lexie become Jake's "girlfriend" so Bree will back off. Unfortunately, Bree doesn't get the hint and still tries to get Jake to notice her. Yet something much bigger happens, the feelings between Jake and Lexie change, and now Lexie doesn't understand what is fact and what is fiction. Are they still pretending?

HE'S WITH ME starts out the very new pseudo-series I HEART BIKINIS, and what a great job it does. Sure, it may seem like any other fluffy teen novel, but the story that Tamara Summers has created leaves a smile on the reader's face all the way until the last page. This is the perfect beach read for this upcoming summer.

Reviewed by: Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen
Arador
I had enjoyed Save the Date by Tamara Summers so I decided to check this one out. Plus, I was in the mood for a fun book that I knew I would enjoy. And even though I didn't like it as much as Save the Date, it was still pretty cute.

He's With Me is a typical romantic comedy. The thing I did like was there was no annoying miscommunication between Jake and Lexie. Even though Bree tried to pull an evil trick on them, they were smart enough not to fall for it. The plot was more about Lexie and Jake realizing they liked each other, not getting mad at each other because of what someone said. So for that, it was a refreshing romantic comedy!

It's a light, fast read and perfect if you're looking for a summer romance. There's not a lot of depth, but it's cute read. I really liked Lexie-she loves to read and even named her dogs, Thorn and Alanna, after characters in her favorite book. (Extra points if you know what book they are from!)

If you're not a fan of romance, I wouldn't pick this one up, since it is a romance-pure and simple. But if you're looking for a fun light read with a crush-worthy boy, give He's With Me a try.
I liked this book as something to do, however, it was completley predictable and too short to delve into any real description of the characters. Good beach read though.

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