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Against The Wall (English Edition) par [Prestsater, Julie]
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Shelly Gelson had it all...a job teaching English at Carver High, her best friend Mel working by her side and she's engaged to her high school sweetheart Chase Marino. That is until Chase breaks her heart and leaves her for another teacher at the school. Now Shel is left broken-hearted and trying to figure out what she wants while watching Chase and the home wrecker make moon eyes at each other. Enter Matt Fuller, Shel's friend for the past 5 years and the perfect rebound. He's gorgeous, smart, funny and fits into Shel's idea of the right guy. Only problem is there may be more there than just a simple rebound. Is it a way to fill a void left by Chase, or is there more smoldering between these two friends? Find out what happens when the bell rings and the teenage drama ends and the adult drama begins. Who says being a teacher is boring? They obviously haven't met the teachers at Carver High.

Warning: this book contains the following adult content.
Sex and nudity: Yes!
Profanity: Hell yes!
Alcohol: That too!

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Amazing is the perfect word to describe this book , romantic , pationate and all out there but staying in reality ... just help to heal a broken heart !
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It's a very romantic story and I loved how the writter express all the situations. Totally recomended if you like romance.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 NO 7 juillet 2014
Par sharkbait-ooh-ha-ha - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am not going to choose books based on ratings anymore. People on Amazon are really generous with their five stars.

I went into reading this book with an open mind, hoping that the great reviews were right and I was going to read something awesome. Well, it was awful.
The dialogue was extremely juvenile, and some of it didn't make any sense at all. Also, her grammar is hideous. I just could not get over it.
Look, I'm not a stickler for rules, and I know I am no English major, but the grammar issues were far too distracting in this one to let it go by.
These people talked like they were sixteen, as opposed to in their twenties.
Also, the texting... Um, people don't text like that. It was hard to follow at times, and it was annoying.
The writing was terrible, the dialogue was juvenile, and the situations were absolutely ridiculous. I hate leaving reviews like this one, because I write, and I know how hard it is. It is to be admired when someone starts a novel and actually finishes it, but trash like this makes me mad.
That said, the proposal was really cute.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a high school English teacher? 9 octobre 2013
Par D. R. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had a lot of problems with this book. Most of them center on Shelly: she's supposed to be a high school teacher in her early 30s, and yet she narrates like she is in high school herself. Her and her best friend Mel are immature and often judgmental, neither of which is a very attractive feature in the main character and her best friend (who will be the main character of her own book). Shelly's attitude regarding dating (specifically her deciding what men are worth her time based on what color beer they drink) was ridiculous to me, and gave her the air of a snob. (Plus there were a couple of snatches of dialogue that left me thinking that both Mel and Shelly were slightly misogynistic, which was disappointing.)

Which would be bad enough, except that she's also pretty rude. There are many parts of this book where she openly laughs at people, either because of their beer choice or something else that she finds hilarious and cannot control herself enough not to fall over laughing.

And I do mean fall over laughing, which happens a LOT in this book. There is a fondness for describing in great detail precisely how funny something is supposed to be, based on how much the characters are laughing at it. But the characters laugh at nearly everything, or snort, or chuckle, or grin, and it basically reduces every instance of it to near-meaninglessness. The only thing this excessive laughter does is make me think that perhaps everyone is carting around secret stashes of laughing gas and inhaling when I'm not looking.

And that's another thing, though this is really more of a personal pet peeve: the tags used to describe speech are often jarring. Laughed, squealed, screamed, screeched, yelled, snickered. Give me 99% said, and litter that remaining 1% throughout the entire book please. Otherwise I find myself unable to really sink into the story. Though even if I could have, it wouldn't have mattered, since I didn't really like any of the characters, not even Matt, who was nice but flat.

This gets two stars because I managed to finish it, and I reserve 1 star for DNFs, but yeah. This book just didn't do it for me.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Story about teachers, written by a student. 7 octobre 2016
Par Jason - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is suppose to be a story about high school teachers, but it is so painfully obvious that it is written by a student. The characters all swear almost constantly, even obsessively, as if they really need to use obscenities. Who can forget that classic obscenity "Son of a s.h.i.t.hole?" When obscenities are in order, they are oddly left out: "That's so jacked up." "Total bull sh.i.z.z." Characters constantly call each other "beeyotch." Seriously, who talks like this?

The author very clearly drank a single dark beer that they swiped from their friend's father during a slumber party, and now proceeds to rip anyone apart who may like other alcoholic drinks. Characters in the book are openly mocked for drinking any beer lighter than motor oil. I'm further convinced the author knows nothing about alcohol after describing wine as being "bubbly." Don't make alcohol such a common focus of your book when you can only describe one type of beer; even light beers are described only as "piss beer."

In addition, the whole thing is completely unbelievable; The main character, her on/off boyfriend since the 4th grade, her best friend since 1st grade, the man of her dreams, AND her brother all just happened to become teachers? And she teaches at a school with nothing but hot teachers? It's okay to have some characters who aren't gorgeous; it would have given the book a little depth.

Overall, I am convinced this is written by a high school girl with a teacher complex and too much time on her hands.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Incredibly immature female protagonist 10 août 2016
Par Rachel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I hate starting a book and not finishing it, but I was surely tempted with this one. The female protagonist was immature and petty throughout the book, making one wonder why she had men flocking around her. Her text messaging, actions and speech was that of a junior high girl, not of a 30+ year old highschool teacher. The storyline was unbelievable, feeling like it was written by someone very young trying to write for an age that they didn't understand (I hope that is the case, choosing to believe that this is not considered an acceptable maturity level for a 30+ year old professional). If you are looking for a story with a strong leading female, this is not for you.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Hard to finish 12 novembre 2015
Par morehumanthanhuman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For the first couple of chapters, Shelly and her best friend, Melissa, come across as feisty and fun. I’m in my thirties and I like to laugh and drink with friends . . . but then, as the book progressed, I realized that is ALL these characters ever seem to do. They didn’t grade papers at night (despite both being high school teachers), they didn’t ever have serious conversations or pursue hobbies or even read books (and they’re English teachers!). Instead they guzzled beer (or, in Melissa’s case, wine), did body shots, played drinking games, wallowed in angst, complained about their mothers, and drooled over guys on popular TV shows. Do women in their thirties do those things? Yes, of course. I do a couple of them myself. But well-adjusted women in their thirties do so much more and that perspective is completely and totally missing from this book. It’s like a college romance starring women in their 30s, except the average college student is accomplishing so much more than these women.

Shelly is recovering from a break-up with her fiancé. Despite being together since high school, they somehow made it to their thirties without ever getting married. Now he’s left her for another woman and her recovery is hampered by the fact that they all work together. She and Matty, another teacher, strike up a relationship. Not surprisingly given Shelly’s emotional state and general lifestyle, it’s a lot like a high school relationship. There is lots of under-the-clothes touching (but no sex), chowing down on Captain Crunch, catty stand-offs with the ex and his new girl at high school football games, watching “The Notebook,” and drinking. Matty doesn’t just accept Shelly’s stunted stuck-in-time relationship with her “bestie” Melissa, he actively encourages it. He seems to like being the third wheel while they guzzle alcohol and scream “beeyotch” at each other. Melissa’s husband, probably the wisest character in this novel, makes the right choice and taps out early in the book, probably because he realized that Shelly wasn’t going to stop passing out on his living room couch after beer-fueled “Grey’s Anatomy” binge-watches.

Shelly doesn’t want to commit to Matty, but her shallow standards seem to rule out every other man alive. She – literally – ends a date after a few minutes because she doesn’t like the beer the guy ordered. No other reason – she just doesn’t want to date a guy who doesn’t always want to drink dark beer. So most of the book involves the push and pull between Shelly and Matty. Enjoying it would require one to enjoy their company and so each chapter, for me, was harder and harder to get through. I would consider checking out a NA romance by this author, but she doesn’t have a convincing way of writing about older people and how they fall in love.
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