Putting Boys on the Ledge

Putting Boys on the Ledge Meet Blueberry Waller whose name is the only interesting thing about her life Until now Not only is Blue dealing with the worst name in the world crazy parents and a clingy younger sister she just

  • Title: Putting Boys on the Ledge
  • Author: Stephie Davis
  • ISBN: 9780843953282
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Meet Blueberry Waller, whose name is the only interesting thing about her life Until now Not only is Blue dealing with the worst name in the world, crazy parents and a clingy younger sister, she just got a part in the school play And now she s acting with Heath Cavendish, total crush worthy senior He would never give a second look to a girl like Blue Except he has HeMeet Blueberry Waller, whose name is the only interesting thing about her life Until now Not only is Blue dealing with the worst name in the world, crazy parents and a clingy younger sister, she just got a part in the school play And now she s acting with Heath Cavendish, total crush worthy senior He would never give a second look to a girl like Blue Except he has Her friends say Blue should play it cool, put Heath on the Ledge so she can keep the upper hand Trouble is, she doesn t know how to be clever around boys Thankfully her pal Colin offers his help in teaching her how to get the guy But he s just being a good friend Isn t he Suddenly the wallflower is getting all the attention But will being in the spotlight keep Blue from making the right decisions for her

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    1. "The only way to survive boys is to put them on The Ledge as often as possible."This was just all kinds of cute. Admittedly, this is written for more of a middle-grade audience, however, I still had a lot of fun reading this. Fourteen-year old Blue (short for Blueberry!! Ha!) has just entered into high-school and meets "the most amazing boy" Heath, while trying out for the school play. Heath is a senior, so Blue feels she has little chance catching his attention. The phrase above is advice given [...]

    2. Initial thoughts: Cute, quick read. It's very much a story about the building of relationships and I thought the way it came across in spurts was very sweet. It did get off to something of a rocky start, and the humor was characteristic of chick-lit, but as the book went on, I enjoyed what it had to offer.Full Review:Stephanie Rowe's "Putting Boys on the Ledge" is unapologetic, fluffy teen chick-lit. Yet, I would say its appeal goes either for younger teen readers because the way it comes across [...]

    3. Thanks to the publisher for the free copy of this ebook in exchange for my honest review (via Netgalley). Blue is a fourteen year old girl. I am fourteen years old. That's where the similarities end. I always have so much trouble reading stories about teenagers my age, or younger. First of all, they never get it right - to me anyways. I realise that Stephanie Rowe didn't exactly write this two days ago and things change a lot, even within a year. But just in general, I think you have to be fourt [...]

    4. Book Review: PUTTING BOYS ON THE LEDGEAuthor: Stephanie RoweCategory: Young Adult RomancePublisher: TKA Distribution“So do you want me to?”-Colin“To what?”-Blue“Blue.”- Colin“What?”-Blue“Do you want me to kiss you?”-Colin14 year old Blueberry Waller gets cast for the first time in their school musical. unfortunately it’s as mother to Heath, a gorgeous high school senior she dreams of going out with.So her three best friends Allie, Frances and Natalie give her a makeover and [...]

    5. I found Rowe through her paranormal romances. She's so funny and creative. I had the opportunity to read Putting Boys on the Ledge and am pleased I took it. I'm so not the demographic being neither a teen, nor the mother of a teen and yet I thoroughly enjoyed the book. I loved the positive message the story sent to girls to be strong in their own right and not determine their self worth by what boys think. I highly recommend this book to anyone.

    6. originally posted onHow I see it reviewsthe book: Meet Blueberry Waller, whose name is the only interesting thing about her life. Until now.Not only is Blue dealing with the worst name in the world, crazy parents and a clingy younger sister, she just got a part in the school play. And now she’s acting with Heath Cavendish, total crush-worthy senior. He would never give a second look to a girl like Blue. Except he has.Her friends say Blue should play it cool, put Heath on the Ledge so she can k [...]

    7. Originally posted on yareadsDespite Blueberry’s unique name, she’s actually pretty average. She’s convinced she’s the ordinary member of her group of friends: mousy brown hair, small stature, and a considerable lack of cleavage. But freshman year is the year she’s determined to put a boy on The Ledge — a place where boys are so enamored with you that their willing to do anything, even metaphorically jump of a ledge. The only thing is, putting a boy on The Ledge sounds kind of mean to [...]

    8. This was such a cute story! It was cheesy, yeah, and a tad predictable but I couldn't stop grinning like the Cheshire cat while I read it. I could relate to the main character, Blue, very well -- I act just like her whenever I come across a really cute guy. (Very embarrassing, lol.) Her parents were weird -- and I couldn't stop thanking God for not giving me parents like them -- but they cracked me up during the times they'd come into the picture. Her friends were also hilarious and very support [...]

    9. Oh.My.God.I absolutely loved this novel! Yes, it's a simple bubble gum romance but that makes it even more entertaining to read. The plot is all about how Blue falls for the hottest guy in the drama club Heath Cavendish. She and her friends hatch a plan to entice him into liking Blue. It was all running smoothly, and I actually thought they'd be good together when BAM! Colin Bradshaw just steals my heart, and apparently he does the same thing with Blue. The sweet and funny moments left me giggli [...]

    10. Este libro es realmente dulce (sí, dulce), porque la protagonista tiene¡14 AÑOS! Jajajaja :3 NUNCA había leído a una protagonista de 14, pero sin duda me encantó♥ Aunque era un poco infantil para mí gusto, pero eso es lo lindo :3 Amé al protagonista, un encanto total *-* Y aunque no me extenderé mucho con esta reseña, debo confesar que muero por leer el siguiente libro, en el que nuestra querida Frances hará aparición*-* Simplemente genial :3 En conclusión, Rowe nos trae un libro [...]

    11. Awwwwwe. :) I feel so sappy and lovey dovey now. I should not have read this while my boyfriends gone for three weeks! I just wanted to go have a romantic night cuddled in his arms after this read.So if you don't like sweet romantic books then you might want to pass on this one!It was definitely a short read which I was disappointed by. I wanted to find out a little bit more about the after part and maybe have a little bit more drama in the middle.(view spoiler)[I know this makes me sound like a [...]

    12. Let me just tell you from the start that this was totally going to be a rant. About a day after reading this I was in full blown, outta-my-mind rant mode. But I've had like a day to calm down an already spewed most of my dissatisfactions on my sister so I'm now able to look at this in a calm objective fashion.Regardless, this was so not my cup of tea. I really don't know what I was expecting, but I found this neither heart-warming nor particularly funny. Laughable, yes. I had so many issues with [...]

    13. “Putting boys on the Ledge” è finito nelle cose da leggere non so per quale combinazione e me lo sono ritrovata a leggere senza avere davvero cognizione della sua trama e rendendomi che era molto young e poco adult. Blueberry Weller (si questo è il suo vero nome) ha quattordici anni e fa parte di un quartetto di amiche inseparabili insieme a Ally, Natalie e Francie. La sorella maggiore di Ally ha spiegato loro che per sopravvivere ai ragazzi bisogna lasciarli on the ledge: bisogna cioè te [...]

    14. No me gustó para nada.Muchos justifican que el libro no es muy bueno porque "la corta edad de la protagonista hace que el libro se convierta en lectura sólo para pre-adolescentes".La protagonista, Blue, tiene 14 años, sus amigas también. Los dos intereses amorosos que aparecen en el libro tienen 17 casi 18 años. Bien, dejame decirte que la edad de los personajes no tiene nada que ver, he leído libros en los cuales los protagonistas tienen la misma edad o son incluso menores y, si bien eran [...]

    15. Putting Boys on the Ledge is exactly what I was anticipating: pure, fun fluff, and I enjoyed (almost) every minute of it. Blue, aka Blueberry, is an average 14 year old girl, despite her name. She has three best friends, Frances, Allie, and Natalie. When she meets Heath, a gorgeous, perfect senior, Blue has to try to master the art of putting boys on The Ledge, with the help of her friends. This book is just so darn cute at times. I smiled at least 10 times while I was reading, just at Blue's fu [...]

    16. Originally posted on yareadsDespite Blueberry’s unique name, she’s actually pretty average. She’s convinced she’s the ordinary member of her group of friends: mousy brown hair, small stature, and a considerable lack of cleavage. But freshman year is the year she’s determined to put a boy on The Ledge — a place where boys are so enamored with you that their willing to do anything, even metaphorically jump of a ledge. The only thing is, putting a boy on The Ledge sounds kind of mean to [...]

    17. read complete review here: notjustnonsense/2Blueberry Waller is fourteen-years-old and has just learned from her friends about putting boys on The Ledge. The Ledge is an emotional place, it's about making boys suffer and putting girls in control. Instead of having him blowing you off and making you feel bad, you do it first. You should always keep him teetering close to The Ledge so he never treats you badly. Especially if you like him and he likes you.But when she meets hottie senior Heath Cavi [...]

    18. This book has been on my shelf for over ten years (having picked it out of a s book catalog sometime in my youth solely because the edition I own has a cover with Ken dolls falling through a blue backdrop), I finally got around to reading it. It's pretty much everything you'd expect from a book about freshman year of high school. The characters are superficial, boy-crazy, and judge their worth on what boys think of them. The plot is predictable and at times the self objectification is painful to [...]

    19. Summary:Blueberry “Blue” Waller is starting her freshman year of high school. She’s landed a role in the school play along side senior Heath. Blue has a HUGE crush on Heath and is floored when he asks her out on a date. Getting her eclectic parents to agree to let her be part of the play and go on a date with Heath proves to be a challenge. With the help of her four best friends, not only do they help to get her parents to agree, but they help her prep for her date. Blue starts to panic ab [...]

    20. librarytalker/201Blueberry Waller has always known that her life is a little more "interesting" than most teens. Her parents are the kind of crazy that can be a social death sentence. Her dad knows a number of different wolf howls and bird calls, which he shares whenever possible. Her mother rules her wardrobe with an iron fist, preventing her from wearing anything even vaguely "sexy". And her younger sister seems to pick all the wrong moments to speak up.But things might just be looking up when [...]

    21. "Conoce a Blueberry Waller, cuyo nombre es la única cosa interesante de su vida. Hasta ahora.No sólo Blue tiene que enfrentar al peor nombre en el mundo, sino también a unos padres locos y una hermanita pegajosa, y acaba de conseguir un papel en la obra de la escuela. Y ahora está actuando con Heath Cavendish, el chico de último año del que está plenamente enamorada. Él nunca le daría una segunda mirada a una chica como Blue. Excepto que si lo hace.Sus amigos le dicen a Blue que debe se [...]

    22. Oh my God, I loved this book! I didn't think I would when I first started reading it, but after a few chapters I was totally into it! Hooked and glued to the pages and couldn't stop reading! I had to finish it!Blue, the main female character here, was a nice girl, lovely, maybe a bit crazy, shy, and I loved the scene in the theater with Heath. She totally rocked! Go girl!At first, I admit, I was charmed by Heath, but then he ended up being kind of Yuck and a jerk. What with what happened that Fr [...]

    23. Thank you to Netgalley and TKA Distribution!Blueberry Waller, or "Blue" as she's known to her family and friends, is your average 14 year old freshman whose life is consumed with boys. She tries out for her school's musical and ends up crushing on Heath Cavendish, a popular senior who also happens to be the lead in the play. Never in a million years would a guy like Heath be interested in a girl like Blueright? But he is!With the help of her girlfriends and her newest friend, Colin, Blue sets ou [...]

    24. freak-ya-tastic/2This book is the first one of a series of four. I think this YA boo, is morte for the younger readers of YA since the main character is 14. But, it's a good book, a fast read and sounds true about what it's about for a girl to discover all the dating things.I received this book thanks to Netgalley and the Publisher. The main character - Blue - is a young teenager that makes me think of me in a way at this age. Not about her struggling with boys, but more about her inner thoughts [...]

    25. Blueberry "Blue" Waller, whose parents are kind of crunch granola people who named her after a fruit (yet her siblings are Theo and Marissa, and we are never told why they get the normal names) is determined to follow the lead of her friends: put boys on the ledge.In other words, shelve them if you don't like them, and if you do, keep room on the shelf, just in case:Instead of you feeling all bad about yourself because a boy blows you off, you're supposed to somehow get him to fall madly in love [...]

    26. 3.5 HAPPY-CUTE STARS“The only way to survive boys is to put them on The Ledge as often as possible.”Isn’t that the truth? Or is it? ;)This book was a riot; laugh out loud hilarious, entertaining, trip down memory lane. I was instantly catapulted back into my freshman year in high school. The mysteries that were high school boys - finding out they actually shaved, and drove cars! And first kisses, the homecoming, and the games we used to play. And how those games would always backfire (alth [...]

    27. Full review on blog: tumblinginbooks/2When I first heard the title, I knew it's going to be about a girl in trying to be in control of guys(which didn't really happen - that much). But I never thought the girl would be so whiny! And desperate! Whiny and desperate. And she's only 14-years-old for goodness' sakes! I really hate those first 50 pages. All she did was whine and think if she's hot enough or not for Heath. I was just about to drop the book when I read a spoiler in someone's review and [...]

    28. Blueberry Walker is desperate to get to know hunky Heath Cavendish better, and acting in a play with the senior she has a crush on seems to be the perfect opportunity. Her friends warn her, though, that she needs to avoid showing her interest too strongly and put him on the Ledge to keep him interested. Also willing to help her learn more about boys is new friend Colin - but is he just being helpful, or does he want more?This is predictable fluff, but with engaging enough characters to be really [...]

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