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British Joey

British Joey

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summer By paperkites_ Completed

Joey goes to London to attend a private school after her parents split up.  She expected a lot of things. Like people with weird and cool accents, tea shops around corners, and double decker buses.  But she certainly didn't expect to be going to an all boys private school and for her home stay family's son to be a big arrogant jerk...  Living with another boy is hard enough but living with this certain boy named Elliot Hunter is even harder.

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katharinefranklin29 katharinefranklin29 Mar 01, 2016
Heathrow. Most international flights go to Heathrow. :)
                              By the way, I got the Harry Potter reference! Me and my mum always makes jokes about that whenever we pass a telephone box in London XD
iwasn3verhere iwasn3verhere Dec 13, 2016
lol just imagine her halfway through the book starting talking roadman like wagwan, n sket
spoiledsmartie spoiledsmartie Dec 09, 2016
I would be so excited. London is the #1 place that I want to go to.
katharinefranklin29 katharinefranklin29 Mar 01, 2016
Hmm I'm British and I'm always curious to see how our friends across the pond interpret us :3
6sixstrings 6sixstrings Oct 10, 2015
I'm British and have this American teacher who to me has a really strong accent, but I wonder if when he goes back home he gets told he's getting an accent? I mean, he made me a cup of tea this morning... And said 'zed' instead of 'zee' much to his dismay...
LetMeReadOrDie LetMeReadOrDie Jul 30, 2015
I totally get her, and btw love the writing style, it really engages the reader ( aka me :p).. But she is like a fictional version of me like I can't even...