Not an ounce of depth really, and the plot is hardly believable. I hate them, but I also love those dummies! She's funny, smart, and really brings out the creativity in Nate, as he's trying to write the perfect song. This is manipulative and obnoxious. He was a bit of a sensitive spirit, and I empathized with so much of what he was going through. They were dynamic and interesting and I was engaged by both Nate and Jordan from the very start.
She works at the local coffee house, is majoring in film and wants to be the next Steven Spielberg. As he is out walking and trying to figure out what to do, he stops in a little coffee shop and meets Pearl. Pearl is great and I love learning more about her through each book. I could not figure out a reason other than that she was pretty that Nat would want to date her. She laughed at my surprise and held out her hand to me.
With Maggie Lawson as the lead. Content: mild language; some innuendo, some party scenes with underage drinking, kissing, implied unmarried intimate relations with no details. The song was later re-recorded in 2009 as a duet with fellow Disney Channel actor for the soundtrack album. It was actually really nice! As always with her books, I love the characters. This book had everything: incredible characters even the side ones , funny dialogue and scenes, lots of movie and music references, twists, and cute romance. This is a cute and entertaining book to read. I loved the connection between Jordan and Nate.
I think the best love stories spring from when the couple start out as friends first and grow into more than. Friendship serves as the foundation to this budding romance. There's one that I didn't like but she was crucial to the story as well. And in a similar vein, I just couldn't take his girlfriend Sophie. And Jordan Kramer seems a very cool, laid-back girl.
It was cute, fun, sarcastic, sweet, and clever! I love his family and their dad. I even enjoyed his brothers, and I appreciated the way their part in the story played out. I have a hard time believing that Nate would ever date someone so awful. I liked her the entire book. Kelly Oram does an impressive job at characterization with Nate and Jordan, and I loved the wonderful uniqueness of their romance. This book was really good! And then there's Jordan's friend Colin -- diamond in the rough that one. Well, most of them, anyway.
She is creative, fun, and full of surprises. When judgments are forced down my throat. I call bullshit on that. I really liked that this one was from a male point of view. In this one, we are treated to a story set in New York City.
I think it is more of an personal choice because modern stories are just not my favorite. That was one wonderfully emotional ride! After his brothers antics cause Nate more trouble than he can deal with, and mess things up for him one too many times, Nate flees his housing situation in search for some freedom. I am an avid musician as well, so I really connected with Nate on a deeper level. She helps Nate find his favorite movie and Nate helps Jordan find her favorite song. Content: a handful of mild swear words, mild innuendo, implied sex but nothing but kissing on the pages of the book 4. But Nate really likes it there and gets along with Jordan really well. It focuses on Miley Stewart portrayed by Miley Cyrus , who is a teenager living a double life as an average schoolgirl by day and as the famous recording artist Hannah Montana by night, which she keeps secret and only a few people know of her alter ego.
I loved the heartfelt story! So it was a personal preference type of thing, not a discredit to the writing or the book. As always with her books, I love the characters. There were some twists along the way and one was tough to see how it could be overcome. The many bumps in the road o Sweet story. Jordan presents such a sunny personality, and I couldn't get enough of her movie references. It dropped from the chart in the succeeding week.
I absolutely loved reading from Nate's perspective because he's so awesome and such a passionate musician. As the mother of twins I can identify with Nat and how being a multiple can be both a good and a bad thing. As a manly man, I don't devote much time to sappy romance reads. I like her writing style, so it was fun for me to see and feel the difference. But she's never going off on heaving bosoms and throbbing manhoods and such. If We Were A Movie is the story of a young woman, Jordan, and a young man, Nate, who have the fortune to both meet Pearl. Nate has plenty of the typical guy in him- he appreciates good-looking girls and likes goofing off with his brothers- but he stands out with his compassion for the feelings of others and his passion for music.