Friendship for Dummies

“Being reunited with your childhood best friend after eight years apart? Sounds like a heart-warming story. Finding out that said best friend is now a complete jerk who’s determined to make your life hell? Not so much.” Georgie and Connor were once inseparable. Best friends from birth, they did everything together – well, that was until Connor’s dad got a once-in-a-lifetime job opportunity and the family was forced to relocate to New York. At age sixteen, Georgie’s life is totally different – her main goal being to keep her head down and escape the brutalities of high school with as little emotional scarring as possible. Balancing school, work and her dwindling social life is enough of a challenge, but it’s about to get a bit more complicated when her conceited ex-best friend gets thrown into the mix. Maybe friendship should come with an instruction booklet.
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@cartierlove @Joanna_Baxx I can't imagine him being all egotistical and arrogant.
Honey. The ring melted years ago but I'm pretty sure you still have it. 

He also has that melt of the ring. The thing is he probably ate it
Logan Lerman is such a sweetheart, and if he said this to me on the street, I would probably break down and cry.
I think they might be 5, though; how are their mums so cool with their kids kissing?
I imagined her sighing and it's freaking adorable. I'm in love with this chapter.
This is so beautiful. I wish I had a guy best friend to participate in weddings, though my dolls did get married with teddy bears. Very Beauty & The Beast.

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