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The Best Thing for Me

Narrated by: Sandra Parker
Length: 15 hrs and 17 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
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Romantic
Lighthearted
Relaxing
Funny
Awe-inspiring

Emma Ross is a hardworking, quiet girl who tries to stay off the radar. Even the people who have been her classmates since grade school don't know her. She knows it is best to live away from prying eyes and people who would find her...peculiar.   

But then suddenly someone from the “it” crowd notices her. Someone who sees how she cowers at the sight of someone from the “it” crowd, how she has only one friend in the world. The girl who prefers to stay at home than party. The girl who is the definition of a “nobody”.

This “it” boy suddenly jumps into her life, bringing along all the drama and conflict that is bound to happen sooner or later. Soon enough, he starts redefining what she thought was the best thing for her. But will all of it be worth it in the end? Or will she crumble at the very sight of unfamiliar things?   

With over 22 million reads on Wattpad and a Watty award in the bag, this book is bound to bring all the high school drama, a bit of hard luck, and a whole lot of laughs.

©2014 BLVNP, Incorporated (P)2018 Lauren Jackson

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  • 02-10-18

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The general store itself is good! Just the redundancy in the writing was slightly over bearing. I would love also to hear another narrator do this story with more variation in the voices and possibly a more Australian accent!