Watch Me

Watch Me

Book - 2010
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She thinks she has nothing to hide...

Ally has everything under control. She's about to move into a house full of strangers and have her life broadcast to the world, but as long as she still has her long-distance boyfriend, Corey, nothing can go wrong. Nothing, that is, until Ally starts spending time with her housemate Drew, the hot and sensitive guy who always seems to be around when she needs someone the most.

As suspicions and lies start pulling Ally and Corey apart, she's not sure if she can trust anyone, not even herself. Ally is about to learn the hard way that life is what happens when everyone is looking, and it doesn't always capture her good side....
Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, 2010.
Edition: 1st Simon Pulse pbk ed.
ISBN: 9781442402553
Characteristics: 270 p. ; 21 cm.

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casho327
Jan 03, 2013

Love this book so much. Lauren is one of my favorite authors.
@Rhea_Hupta: ya me to i was so sad when i finished the book :(

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Rhea_Gupta
Jul 27, 2012

I LUV THIS BOOK SO MUCH! seriusly, i almost cried cuz it was over. And i spent like an hour after i finished reading the book, obsessesing over it. ANd this is coming from a person who hates to read.

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kristyw
Jul 04, 2012

I LUV THIS BOOK!

TheOutsidersFanatic May 13, 2012

This was an awesome book! I was in LOVE with Drew from the beginning, but I was heartbroken -SPOILERS- when Corey and Ally broke up -END OF SPOILERS- I liked the idea of a reality TV show. I'm also thinking about writing the story from Corey's point of view. It just seems unfinished, the Corey part. But overall fantastic book, I couldn't put it down!

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KKPGIRL
Mar 21, 2012

This book wasn't great, but it also wasn't too horrible, either. It just seemed very superficial and fake, but maybe I've just been reading too many Ellen Hopkins books lately. The main character, Ally, is overly dramatic and whiny, and can get pretty annoying. I've read 2 other books by this author, Two-Way Street and One Night That Changes Everything, and I really enjoyed those. I'd recommend this more for preteens/middle school age, or for girls that want a light book to read.

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mroasa19
Aug 30, 2011

What another wonderful book by Lauren Barnholdt! It made me laugh so many times! It's sweet, funny and a good read. :) I recommend it to anyone who always wondered what its like to be on TV! :)

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miarawr
Sep 02, 2013

miarawr thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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KKPGIRL
Mar 21, 2012

KKPGIRL thinks this title is suitable for 11 years and over

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TheOutsidersFanatic May 13, 2012

Coarse Language: Wasn't all that much, but it was still there.

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