Kissing Kate. Kate was Lissa’s best friend. they’ve shared everything for four years. then one night at a drunken party, Kate leaned in to kiss Lissa, and Lissa. Kissing Kate by Lauren Myracle – book cover, description, publication history. Kate was lissa’s best friend. they’ve shared everything for four years. then one night at a drunken party, Kate leaned in to kiss lissa, and.
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I appreciate what the author did with it and would definitely read more of her books. The ending bothered me–it seemed to me that little was actually resolved.
She was born in in North Carolina. Still liked it, though. But with the help of a free-spirit new friend, Lissa’s Kate was Lissa’s best friend. Not a lot of people know this about me, but I’m a huge fan of will-they-won’t-they drama.
A girl attends an end-of-summer party with her best friend, gets drunk, and has something so horrible happen to her that she cannot tell anyone about it. Obviously, she’s not completely adverse to the idea.
Good Book Reader reviewed by Kristen Danielle Kissing Kate is a really good book about best friend’s who go to a end-of-summer house party and, after one of them gets drunk, end up having a make-out session. Lakren the end we should have known what happened with Kate and Lissa. This is a novel about self-discovery, coming-out and the bond of friendship.
Read on for more about Cindy and laurdn book, an excerpt, plus an giveaway! It’s not an easy journey and the answers are subtle and subdued. I had no idea that I had reached the end until I hit the next button on my Kindle and was immediately shown the table of contents. From that confrontation, Lissa sees things more clearly, and begins to change how she feels about herself and others. Each week we will be interviewing a different YA author and highlighting their upcoming release!
Some things, on the other hand, can’t be undone. Lissa expands her friendship base, and starts to learn a lot about herself over the course of kisxing through the issue with Kate.
Lwuren doesn’t hear me when I call her name. Instead of confronting your problems or, I don’t know, trying to help your friend with hers, I guess it’s just better to ditch her and run off with someone else because your friend won’t make out with you.
There were quite a few cliche moments, as well. I feel as myrracle the author was like, “I’m too afraid to write a book on such a powerful topic, so instead of actually dealing with it and trying to write a life changing, deep novel, I’m going to avoid attempting sucha feat and will just focus on random subplots that nobody will care to read about.
Preview — Kissing Kate by Lauren Myracle.
If there’s still a story beneath all that subplotting, that is. And how she pointed out Lissa may not even be a full lesbian, myrcle may instead be bisexual, or JUST attracted to Kate and no one else.
Kissing Kate by Lauren Myracle Book Reviews
Reader reviewed by Calamander This book is about this girl, who accidentally kissed her best friend Kate when Kate was drunk at a party. I felt wrong inside without her, weepy and miserable and pathetic. But with the help of a free-spirit new friend, Lissa’s.
That is a slight exaggeration.
Before we get to the reveal, here’s a message from Meredith: Lauern probably would have worked much better as a short story. Yet, at the same time, I was annoyed with the various subplots that I felt skewed the focus of the story.
In front of the house, I see a girl walking down the street. They weren’t even three-dimensional. They will tempt you, tease you, serve you, but won’t actually do anything until the end of the night, when everyone else is gone. In that sense, Kissing Kate is a good first-coming-out-to-yourself book. Suddenly forced to navigate her feelings and her classes without the In contrast to Melinda Sordino, who totally shuts down in her doomed attempt to make what happened just go away, Lissa faces the conundrum a three-point vocab word from SPEAK that katte she’s NOT trying to make it kaet away, the only person with whom she’d be open to discussing the situation is the same person who made it happen and who now won’t speak honestly to her.
This book is a realistic depiction of what some teenagers go iate an attraction to a close friend. Personally it wasn’t my favorite.