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About Meg CabotSee more books from this Author
A day-by-day travel journal intended as a first anniversary present for Jane Harris's best friend, Holly, turns into Jane's rollicking private diary account of the madcap events leading up to Holly and Mark's Italian countryside elopement.Nov 08 2004 | Read Full Review of The Boy Next Door
But Mitch actually cares about justice more than his brother's bitchy fiancée (he's only working at the family firm at his sick father's request), and he quickly confounds Kate's expectations with his Rocky and Bullwinkle tie and "tie-him-to-the-bed" good looks.| Read Full Review of The Boy Next Door
In her debut adult novel, Cabot (known for her extremely successful young adult fiction series the Princess Diaries, published under the name Meg Cabot) relies entirely on highly amusing e-mails to tell a fetching meet-cute story.| Read Full Review of The Boy Next Door
Outrageously entertaining with wits and office politics, Meggin Cabot who is better known as Patricia Cabot to romance fanatics, fashions her debut contemporary romance The Boy Next Door in an e-mail template-style that is refreshingly inventive.Feb 09 2003 | Read Full Review of The Boy Next Door
After hitting the bestseller lists (and the movie box office jackpot) with her Princess Diaries series for teen readers, Cabot turns her attention to twentysomethings.Dec 02 2002 | Read Full Review of The Boy Next Door
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