‘…and that’s when it fell off in my hand.’ by Louise Rennison

Synopsis:

“So, he didn’t put his arm around you, so that’s nil points so far. What kind of good-night kiss was it?”
“Well, you know, he put his lips on mine and -”
“For how long?”
“Er…about er two seconds.”
“Two seconds??”
“Yes yes, how many more times?”
“He put his lips on yours for two seconds?”
“Yes, JAS!!”
“Well, that’s not a kiss, is it? My aunties do that.”
Then I finally snapped. “Well, that is because you have lezzie aunties – my aunties don’t put their lips on mine.”
“I have not got lezzie aunties!!”
Genre: Chic Lit
Rating: @@@@
Pages: 303
BCID:xxx-5509078
ISBN:o-
Year:
Format:Paperback
Comments:The first time I tried to read this book I found it really hard to get into, so I put it back on my shelf and read something else. I’m glad I gave it another try, though, because this book is absolutely hilarious.


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