Lessons in Love

Lessons in Love It s Love s senior year at Hadley Hall and she s stuck sharing a dorm with the evil Lindsay Parrish who s imposing way too many rules during her reign as head monitor On top of that her handsome bo

  • Title: Lessons in Love
  • Author: Emily Franklin
  • ISBN: 9780451223098
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s Love s senior year at Hadley Hall, and she s stuck sharing a dorm with the evil Lindsay Parrish, who s imposing way too many rules during her reign as head monitor On top of that, her handsome boyfriend, Charlie, has gone back to Harvard, and her ex, Jacob, still insists on giving her the cold shoulder On the bright side, Love s mom is offering her the chance to woIt s Love s senior year at Hadley Hall, and she s stuck sharing a dorm with the evil Lindsay Parrish, who s imposing way too many rules during her reign as head monitor On top of that, her handsome boyfriend, Charlie, has gone back to Harvard, and her ex, Jacob, still insists on giving her the cold shoulder On the bright side, Love s mom is offering her the chance to work for an indie music label in New York City Suddenly, Love s future s looking bright again Until, that is, the newspaper publishes a photo of Charlie on the gala circuit with another girl Obviously it s time for some lessons in love

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    1. Growing up, Emily Franklin wanted to be a singing, tap dancing doctor who writes books Having learned early on that she has little to no dancing ability, she left the tap world behind, studied at Oxford University, and received an undergraduate degree concentrating in writing and neuroscience from Sarah Lawrence College Though she gave serious thought to a career in medicine, eventually that career followed her dancing dreams.After extensive travel, some character building relationships, and a stint as a chef, Emily went back to school at Dartmouth where she skied or fished, depending on the season daily, wrote a few screenplays, and earned her Master s Degree in writing and media studies While editing medical texts and dreaming about writing a novel, Emily went to Martha s Vineyard on a whim and met her future husband who is, of course, a doctor And a pianist He plays They sing They get married He finishes medical school, they have a child, she writes a novel Emily s dreams are realized She writes books.Emily Franklin is the author of two adult novels, The Girls Almanac and Liner Notes and than a dozen books for young adults including the critically acclaimed seven book fiction series for teens, The Principles of Love Other young adult books include The Other Half of Me the Chalet Girls series, and At Face Value, a retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac coming in September 2008 She edited the anthologies It s a Wonderful Lie 26 Truths about Life in Your Twenties and How to Spell Chanukah 18 Writers Celebrate 8 Nights of Lights She is co editor of Before Short Stories about Pregnancy from Our Top Writers Her book of essays and recipes, Too Many Cooks Kitchen Adventures with 1 Mom, 4 Kids, 102 New Recipes A Memoir of Tasting, Testing, and Discovery in the Kitchen will be published by Hyperion.Emily s work has appeared in The Boston Globe and the Mississippi Review as well as in many anthologies including Don t You Forget About Me Contemporary Writers on the Films of John Hughes, When I Was a Loser True Stories of Barely Surviving High School by Today s Top Writers, and Because I Love Her 34 Women Writers on the Mother Daughter Bond Emily writes regularly about food and parenting for national magazines and newspapers She travels, teaches writing seminars, and speaks on panels, but does not tap dance Emily Franklin lives outside of Boston with her husband and their four young children.

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    1. Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadTooLove s just about to start her senior year She s feeling nostalgic and thinking deeply of all the last firsts passing her by Love s also trying to cope with dorm life after living with her father Love s focused on her writing and wonders if she s got what it takes to be a writer She s dying to get into a super exclusive writing class, but first she has to write a short story that will change the professor s mind Now that Love s found her family and is [...]


    2. When I first started the series, I thought hey it s average But as I made my way through the series Love started to grow on me, and I found myself loving the characters and her relationships I m happy with the way the series ended I wish there was a little family drama, but the book ends with Love finding someone I really liked Jacob not a fan of Charlie at all but my feeling changed as the story unfolded let s just say cultural stereotypes of musicians are correct I like how the ending was swe [...]


    3. Well this book was really somewhat confusing atsomeparts but over all I loved it because ive been with this series for about two years or and the ending was amazing though kind of messed up and completely out of the blue I did the horrible thing which I do with books I read the end about 2 chapters in I knew what was going to happen the whole time but I still enjoyed it Its sad to see the series end but IT was a sigh of relief at the same time All in all I recommend this to people who like roma [...]


    4. Love is out of Hadley Hall and ready for freshmen year collage and she is stuck sharing a dorm with Lindsay, which whom Love hates because Lindsay want to be head monitor The boyfriend she got last summer, Charlie has left for collage and Jacob, Love s ex, never talks to her Now her mother has found a job for her in NYC and there in a newspaper is her boyfriend Charlie and another girl Love wants to get to the bottom of this so read the book to find out the secret, Charlie has been hiding.


    5. This is the 7th book in a YA series that I read I have to re read the entire series whenever another one comes out I haven t always been this forgettablejust since I started grad school I recently re read the entire series I think this is perhaps the final one Or at least for now Normally it at least gives you the title of the next ones This one doesn t It didn t work out quite how I expected but it was still pretty good.


    6. This book explored some really cool concepts that I think every teenager or even young adult faces when they are transitioning from one phase of life to the next However in relation to the rest of the series it was a bit of a disappointment It s considered the last book in the series but so many questions were left unanswered


    7. i put off reading this series for so long but when i started it, i just couldn t stop there s something about love bukowski that draws you in, makes you want to get to know her, makes you want to BE her this book was the perfect ending to her story although who she ended up with was a bit unexpected but then, life s like that live in the moment and all that hoo larkey.


    8. This is actually a nice book I still have not read the rest of the book, but I like it I felt connected instantly though I have a lot to catch on and read later D Love and I share the same passion, which is writing.


    9. It won t be fair to rate this because I was not aware that this was a series the last book of the series at that so I was really confused.


    10. Another bomb within the first couple of pages they said the B word and the A word Wish they would have a label on these books rating them R for language.


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