Megan's parents had decided to move again, this time to Korea. Megan is sick of travelling all the time. Now that she had finally made new friends and was near to getting a hot boyfriend, hooking up soon became the least of her problems. Insisting on not moving to Korea, her parents gave her an alternative. Living with the McGowans. Unfortunately, that didn't seemed like a great option either. She have remembered living with them and having a totured time with their pesky impish sons who tied her and pulled her up a tree. But now, the boys would have already grown up. To teenagers. And the bad thing was that there was seven of them.
Megan finally chose to live with the McGowans. Tracy thought that it would be a good way for Megan to get interaction with boys as precious experiences. However, things changed when she arrived at the McGowan's house. Evan, the second oldest boy has looks that are hot beyond Megan's wildest imagination. She soon crushed on Evan but troubles reeled in. The very next morning, she found the bathroom in a mess. Her personal belongings are invaded and her shirts are vandalized. She found herself being harrassed by Evan's girlfriend who saw her as a personal threat. Would staying with the McGowans be her worst choice yet?
A hearty and fun book on growing up and being true to oneself. This book is a guidebook as Megan's days with the McGowan boys passed. Girls would find entertainment in reading this book and the conclusions Megan came to after each time she found out something about a boy. I had certainly found the book funny and I felt happy for Megan as she gradually realised how to stand for herself. Recommended for all teen girls.
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Rating: 8.5 out of 10