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Becoming Girly (spin-off to Becoming Popular)

Becoming Girly (spin-off to Becoming Popular)

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Ramona G. By Mona-Mae Updated Apr 08

Holly Andrews is in love with her best friend, Toby. Except, Toby's in love too. Only, it's not with Holly. When Holly accidentally gives Toby a letter, confessing her true feelings, she didn't realise just how much her life would be spiralling out of control. In a desperate attempt to prove that she's over Toby, Holly kisses the first person she sees. Axel Hunt. Notorious for dating every girl on the cheer squad, Axel is the last person Holly would dream of kissing. Except, when Axel offers to help Holly to prove she's done with Toby, in return that she helps him make his ex jealous, it's an offer too irresistable to pass up. Holly soon finds herself becoming the girl she's always mocked. With a new attitude, and blooming friendships, Holly learns what it means to become girly. But what Holly wasn't expecting was to fall in love all over again.

[Copyrighted 2015 Ramona Govender]

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so if sean and vivienne got married what about chris and juliet they were cute too
This story reminds me of to all the boy's I've loved before by Jenny han
jel_deanne jel_deanne Apr 19
Holly grew up! she was so little in Becoming Popular. OHH WELL! we ain't Petter Pan, we grow old.
                              I kinda know the ending to this but I'm still reading this and besides I want to know what happened to Viv and Sean.
ayeitsviv ayeitsviv Jun 09
i just remembered who holly was and i read becoming popular less than 24 hours ago lol
allow me to complete it: 
                              First comes love 
                              then comes marriage
                              then comes a baby in baby carriage
                              sucking his thumb 
                              wetting his pants
                              doing the hula hula dance
cool! reminds me of jenny han's to all the boys I've loved before