• Title: Love Off-Limits
  • Author: Whitney Lyles
  • ISBN: 9781416975083
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • Love Off Limits Breaking up is hard to do Natalie should be on top of the world dating Jeremy He s totally perfect by everyone s standards But the seemingly flawless couple have been dating since freshman year and n
    Breaking up is hard to do Natalie should be on top of the world dating Jeremy He s totally perfect by everyone s standards But the seemingly flawless couple have been dating since freshman year, and now Natalie fears the spark may be fizzling.Being such an expert in love, Natalie gets coaxed into writing a romance column, and soon she finds spending time with her editoBreaking up is hard to do Natalie should be on top of the world dating Jeremy He s totally perfect by everyone s standards But the seemingly flawless couple have been dating since freshman year, and now Natalie fears the spark may be fizzling.Being such an expert in love, Natalie gets coaxed into writing a romance column, and soon she finds spending time with her editor, Matt, to be way worth the work There s just one catch Matt is Jeremy s best friend, and dumping your boyfriend for his closest friend is just wrongright

    One Reply to “Love Off-Limits”

    1. Muahaha. Just finished this incredibly cheesy and chiche book. I always find it humorous when Teen Romance authors think that teens text like this: "Hay Gurl I Luv U". I mean I have not recieved a single text that is written that way. But besides those little pet pieves, which I also found semi-amusing, the book was pretty good. I feel a little lame for reading this book, but if nothing else, this book is truly captivating/addicting. I NEVER read this genre of book but it was pretty fun to read. [...]

    2. This book is about a girl who doesnt feel like there are any more sparks with her boyfriend. She ends up falling for his best friend. She cant decide whether to dump her boyfriend Jeremy for Matt. But Jeremy's parents just got divorced. She suppresses her feelings. I liked this book, but i have read better.

    3. Muahaha. Just finished this incredibly cheesy and chiche book. I always find it humorous when Teen Romance authors think that teens text like this: "Hay Gurl I Luv U". I mean I have not recieved a single text that is written that way. But besides those little pet pieves, which I also found semi-amusing, the book was pretty good.

    4. Summary: Natalie has been with Jeremy for a while but lately something feels wrong. Why does she feel like that? And why does Jeremy's best friend Matt seem so appealing?Thoughts: I had so much trouble reading this book; I don't really like the concept (this bodes ill for when I finally get my hands on The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott). I hated reading her anguished feelings-so boring. Basically I did not like Natalie; Matt was not at all cute like some of the other Simon Pulse heroes have [...]

    5. Love Off-Limits by Whitney Lyles pg268 Lost the feelings you had in the relationship your in having second thoughts about the guy you wer in love with for so long.The guy everyone thinks is perfect whats wrong with you but this is the story of a girl who has this exact feelingtile suppsoed to be the expert in love writing a coulum and yet still has much love troubles of her own even uing a website to relive her self of the thiongs on her mindmeohelpme website is her only safe haven no one know w [...]

    6. Hmmmmm.lets see. I really don't know where to start with this book. Love Off-Limits by Whitney Lyles was better than I expected actually. I usually hate these romantinc comedies' book because they're so cliche and the writing sometimes isn't very good. And as I started this book it didn't seem very different from the others but I slowly got absorbed in it as I understood Natalie's dilemna. Natalie writes a column in her newspaper where people ask advice about love. Now the only people who know s [...]

    7. Love off-limits by Whitney Lyles is about this girl named Natalie that is dating this guy called Jeremy, but she got feelings for his best friend Matt. There is so much drama going on in this romantic comedy. Natalie likes two guys right now and they are all both friends no best firend**. Natalie finds herself lost in between these two friend, not knowing which one to choose and which one to break heart. She has been with Jeremy for about two years. The first year she felt a lot of Spark but thi [...]

    8. Awwwwww! I just finished and it was SOOOOO CUTE!!! The writing was a bit cheesy, but it was a lovely story.This book is about a girl (Natalie) who's been going out with a guy (Jeremy) for 2 years (they're now Juniors in high school), and the relationship has been cooling off And just when Natalie is thinking "we should really take a break," Jeremy's parents separate so he's going through a hard time with his family situation so they stay together.But then she starts developing feelings for Jerem [...]

    9. You know, it's hard for me to not love any of these Simon Pulse Romantic Comedy books. Sure, there are some I don't like as much as others (one I read about snowboarding, for instance - I don't know much about it at all and was not intrigued), but if I'm looking for a cute, short, light read? I love them. They are also tiny and can fit in a bag nicely. Oh AND the ebook editions are only 5.99. Which makes them even more awesome.Love Off-Limits was another Simon Pulse Rom Com hit with a journalist [...]

    10. My Thoughts: Love Off-Limits is a cute fast fun read. We meet Natalie who is dating Jeremy. They have been together for a few years. She loves him but feels like their relationship just isn't what it used to be, though she will always be his friend. She realizes that she has feelings for his best friend Matt and he feels the same way about her. They beat around the bush for a while but end up doing "something" with each other. We also meet her friends and I particularly liked them and their "iss [...]

    11. Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadTooNatalie writes for the school newspaper. Among other articles, she's in charge of the anonymous romance advice column. She feels like a hoax, because she's having the biggest romance doubts in her life.She's been dating Jeremy for two years. Everything about him screams perfection. While she cares about him, she's afraid she's no longer in love with him. It's the worst possible timing, as his parents are going through a divorce. She doesn't want to bre [...]

    12. Jeremy and Natalie are the "it" couple yet Natalie has been noticing lately that somethings missing from their relationship When she starts having feelings for Jeremy's best friend Matt she turns to an online teen love advice chat board to let her feelings out. I really enjoy this novel. Natalie is sweet and her reasons for trying to stick it out with Jeremy are commendable. However, it was pretty easy to see that Jeremy and Natalie were at the end of their relationship. The book was pretty easy [...]

    13. A nice book, although a little too short and predictable. It solved itself well too quickly. The story was new and nice. And I liked Matt and Nat. I think they were cute and good for each other. Jeremy was mostly kind of brainless and gross even for a guy. A good guy, but still not very charming for my likes. Matt on the other hand, was a nice guy and very much boyfriend material. Sweet and fun. I also liked Jo and Vincent, although we haven't known them much, especially Vincent. But they were n [...]

    14. Confession: This romantic comedy series is my guiltiest pleasure in a long list of guilty pleasure. I commonly refer to them as my bubble gum break. So guilty in fact that I refuse to share them. I can't help loving these oh-so-innocent forays into first love. In all honesty they can get a bit trying when the characters (mostly teenagers or college students) engage in antics that I myself realized at that age were probably not the best ideas. But their sweet charm is enough to keep me coming bac [...]

    15. I thought this book was fine. However, it didn't really catch my interest. I'm more into the love being a good thing in a book. I didn't appreciate that it was considered a bad thing. I agree, it is very troubling when you have to pick between a guy you loved more then anyone, yet the spark has faded. I agree that this was also a time to experiment. I think Jeremy and Nat should have split up far sooner. Throughout the whole story I could tell Nat and Matt were perfect for each other. Their clum [...]

    16. so far, this is my favorite of the romantic comedies seriesi loved the story line and i found it surprisingly some-what informitive. if your having problems with your love life, this book actually gives good advice =]the one thing that i didn't like about this book was that everything was really predictable. i knew exactly how it was going to end by the time i got to pg. 150. other than tht, this book was enjoyable. its no award winning novel, but it's still fun. =]

    17. This is a totally unremarkable read with an equally unremarkable heroine whose only distinguishing trait may be that she has yet to fathom that when a dog is malodorous, you wash him. The writing is equally bland with far too many phrases like: they have interesting discussions. Really? What about? Give us something more on these characters. None of the characters stands out in any way and because of that the plot is yarn-worthy.

    18. Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies are always a fun read. These books are not necessarily the best written novels but the stories are always fun and you know you will get a happy ending. I think some adult romances could take a note from these books b/c they are characterized well which is much of the battle in writing any novel since you want your characters, for the most part, to be endearing and relatable.

    19. I read this today by the pool and it was absolutely perfect for that setting. It wasn't great, but I enjoyed it. i definitely found myself laughing out loud a couple of times. None of the characters had any really exciting personality traits, so sometimes the story dragged a bit. But like it said, it was perfect for just a simple day out by the pool.

    20. so, i checked out every simon romantic comedy that my library had and i'm kinda liking them for the most part some are pure awfulness, but for the good ones they are very quick reads (usually one night) and produce a very predictable, very happy ending love story

    21. I really liked this book. It is written so that it seems like an everyday life novel. I really enjoyed this book. It was really fun for me to read. I don't have a favorite part. I think that this book is good for teenagers. It is really amusing.

    22. Surprisingly, it was a really good book. probably one of my favorites in the Simon pulse books. i recommend it to any romantic book lover

    23. I think I would actually give this book a 4.5 it's definitely a page turner because you want to know what's going to happen but it's not as good as some of the other books that I've read.

    24. You knew what was going to happen, but it was still really good. I don't really like books in the third person, but this was pretty good.

    25. Predictable, short and sweet, well written and I really appreciate a book in the YA genre that isn't full of sex and profanity!

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