Kissing Kate. Kate was Lissa’s best friend. they’ve shared everything for four years. then one night at a drunken party, Kate leaned in to kiss Lissa, and Lissa. Kissing Kate by Lauren Myracle – book cover, description, publication history. Kate was lissa’s best friend. they’ve shared everything for four years. then one night at a drunken party, Kate leaned in to kiss lissa, and.
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Ray Vs the Meaning of Life. The topic of Lissa questioning her sexual identity turns out to not be the only prominent theme in the book. She doesn’t rage or become rebellious; she doesn’t turn to drinking During a party one night, Lissa is surprised when her best friend Kate leans in to kiss, but even more surprised by Kate’s reaction when Lissa kisses her back.
Kate tries to talk Lissa out of being a lesbian, but Lissa’s new friend Ariel has shown support and openness to her challenge in deciding who she is. Search Our Books Keywords: Some of the other characters- Ariel, Darlin, and Sophie, mainly- were a little overdrawn and overly cliched, but still likeable enough to read about.
Reader reviewed by hollywood Kissing kate was a good book. Return to Book Page.
For me, I don’t mind that the whole novel was just about Lissa’s self-discovery and her learning to overcome the power of a bad friend – in fact, I really really liked that aspect, I related to Lissa somewhat. And that’s fine, when you devote as little time as necessary to them.
You gave me an interesting premise, decent main characters, and pretty good chemistry between the main couple something I find majorly lacking in most YA books, especially YA LGBTbut you failed in one of the most important areas — your subplots sucked ass.
Yet reading it as an adult, I can see the things that could be construed as flaws. Dear Kissing Kate, Why did you do that to me? I would definitely recommend this book to laurej who is LGBT lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgendered or for anyone who knows someone who is.
Move on and see the happiness of life. Did not do anything. With that said – it all seemed fairly realistic, down to the stigma that comes with being gay, especially in the south. I think they were just added in to pump this novel up to 50k.
They were really alive in this novel. They suffer when needless, boring subplots are added. Now, for the love interest — Kate.
No wrap up, no amends, no nothing. If there’s still a story beneath all that subplotting, that is. Lissa goes through a great many emotions while she comes to terms with her new feelings for Kate.
Jun 18, Andrea rated it really liked it Shelves: Still, I’m trying to keep up with all of the books that I’ve read this year I think that I’ve only missed a couple of reviews so here it goes.
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Besides that, the story could have been so. I’m not buying that. Why have Lissa question it, have Ariel act possessive and strange, have Finn act all self-conscious and no one say what was really wrong with it? The latter was meaningful enough – trying to date a boy can really make things clear for someone in the way of their sexuality.
This is a quick read, which covers a couple of months in the life of Lissa, whose point of view the story is told from. Common terms and phrases Antiques Roadshow Anyway Ariel arms asked astral projection Baskin-Robbins Beth Beth’s bite blue breath called CHAPTER chest Chick-fil-A Cookie Darlin door dowser Entrees on Trays eyebrows eyes face feel felt fingers Finn floor friends front girl glanced grabbed guess hair hand happened Harold Schwartz head Inanna inside jerk Jerry Jessica Kate Kate’s Kimberly kiss kitchen knew lasagna laughed legs lifted lips Lissa looked lucid dream mandarin oranges mean meat loaf mouth Neiman Marcus never nice night Nikki nodded okay orange pepperoni picked pulled pushed remembered seat Service Merchandise shirt shook shoulder smiled someone Sophie stared stood stopped stuff sure talk tell Thanks thing thought told took Travis Wyrick tried truck trying turned Vanessa voice waited walked walkie-talkie watched wear weird What’s Yeah.
If you call Kate having to deal with being gay and outing herself to society, which can be harsh, Kate “treating you like crap”, then you have a serious problem, Ariel. Refresh and try again. I borrowed this book from the library because first of the all, I really liked the cover and second of all, the blurb on the back sounded interesting. The Key to Everything.
Which didn’t bother me, because Ariel was just another random subplot, and didn’t affect the story in anyway. I wished something more dynamic had happened, but some books do work better as quiet character studies. Lissa is a character that definitely goes through a lot. We’d like to think that Lissa is going to be OK, but you’re left with the feeling that you can’t be sure.