Notes from the Backseat

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Harlequin, Jun 15, 2012 - Fiction
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I thought I knew everything about Gwen Matson. We've been best friends since sophomore year at Analy High. I know her to be smart and confident with a retro style that would give Jackie O a run for her money—albeit a graceful, sweat-free run in kitten heels.

Not once did she ever display a rabid need to record every detail of her existence. But never before had she gone on a weekend road trip with her amazing boyfriend, Coop…and his evil, yoga-toned best friend, Devil Blonde Dannika. Now she's writing to me like mad.

Not that I'm complaining. I'm in gay Paris (good), meeting my future in-laws (bad), so her tireless scribbling is keeping us both sane.

Usually, a well-thought-out What Would Jackie Do? helps Gwen pull it together. But this crisis is beyond help. I know Gwen and Coop are meant to be, but can their love withstand Gwen's psycho jealousy and Dannika's twisted sabotage?

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User Review  - risadabomb - LibraryThing

Gwen and her boyfriend Coop go on a road trip together, with Coop's best friend, blonde bombshell Dannicka. Gwen is relegated to the backseat and in order not to give in to her jealousy she fills her ... Read full review

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User Review  - jjameli - LibraryThing

Marla has been best friends with Gwen since high school. While Marla goes to Paris to meet her fiance's parents, Gwen is about to go on a road trip with her boyfriend, Coop, and his blond, busty, yoga ... Read full review


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About the author (2012)

Jody Gehrman is the author of nine novels and numerous plays. Her most recent Young Adult novels include The Truth About Jack, Audrey's Guide to Witchcraft, Audrey's Guide to Black Magic, and Babe in Boyland, which was optioned by Disney. Her adult novels include Bombshell, Notes from the Backseat, Tart, and Summer in the Land of Skin. She is a Professor of English and Communications at Mendocino College. 



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