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She's Got the Beat ➾ [Download] ➻ She's Got the Beat By Nancy E. Krulik ➷ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk SHE BANGS SHE BANGS Miranda was the quiet typeuntil she moved to Austin Home of the hippest college rock bands, Austin, Texas, is a scene And Miranda is dying to break out of her small town shell So s SHE BANGS SHE BANGS Miranda was the quiet typeuntil she moved to Austin Home of the hippest college rock bands, Austin, Texas, is a She's Got MOBI :º scene And Miranda is dying to break out of her small town shell So she decides to do something totally un Miranda learn to play the drumsWhen crashing the cymbals, the girl s a wild child Plus there s a perk to her new gig a cute bass player Unfortunately Mr Bass Man isn t exactly looking for love Can this rocker chick change his tune Or does finding her own rhythm mean sacrificing true love.


10 thoughts on “She's Got the Beat

  1. Elizabeth Wallace Elizabeth Wallace says:

    Wow, so far Simon Romantic Comedies seem to be hit and miss Guess which one this is Swing and a MISS When I first saw the description for this, I was pretty excited I mean, somewhat trashy book with actual rock and drums That s what I m talking about But it turned out to be a drag, because no matter how much your story line is going for you, it is still possible to butcher your stories, just FYI authors Miranda, the main character is all ready to go to college and is NOT going to let Wow, so far Simon Romantic Comedies seem to be hit and miss Guess which one this is Swing and a MISS When I first saw the description for this, I was pretty excited I mean, somewhat trashy book with actual rock and drums That s what I m talking about But it turned out to be a drag, because no matter how much your story line is going for you, it is still possible to butcher your stories, just FYI authors Miranda, the main character is all ready to go to college and is NOT going to let her boyfriend s marriage proposal get in the way So she ends up swingin single, as well as adjusting to not being in a small town and not knowing what to do socially Luckily, she ends up with a couple of awesome roommates who tell her to get out there and grab some adventure Uncharacteristically, Miranda spontaneously signs up for drum lessons And falls in crush with her instructor.Predictably, he seems to like her too And, come on, she s around for a couple weeks and they re together That s seriously heading for disaster not a plot spoiler, this all happens relatively early in the book Surprise, surprise, she sees him cheating on her, dumps him and searches for a band Then, as the cover states When crashing the cymbals, the girl s a wild child Plus there s a perk to her new gig a cute bass player Unfortunately Mr Bass Man isn t exactly looking for love Can this rocker chick change his tune Or does finding her own rhythm mean sacrificing true love First of all, Mr Bass Man can you see the sarcasm dripping isn t exactly not interested in Miranda Just because he doesn t kiss her in a couple months doesn t mean that he s given up girls Plus he doesn t exactly blow her offSecond of all, doesn t true love seem like a bit much when included with the words long time boyfriend or marriage But the cover isn t what made me not like this book Miranda is a natural Do they just talk about naturals so that us less talented people feel guilty for not finding out special talent Or is it writer s way of making us lazy Either way, I don t like how Rand is a really good drummer within a couple lessons without even learning how to read music And then she s thinking about graduating in music, don t you think she also needs a little hard work, too Plus she has what seems to be absolutely NO music education I mean, heloooo, her music references only seem to go as far as DIXIE CHICKS Ooh, I almost forgot school School is almost NEVER mentioned, testing seems to be no prob with her School is not the only thing, there are certain things that were barely mentioned and sort of left me hanging Nancy Krulik s philosophy on writing seems to be only including details that seem to be like an abridged version of a better story Also, people may want some details so satisfy them while keeping the philosophy, AKA add details that seem to be forgotten and never referenced to again Overall, maybe this deserves a 1 but I m not that mean because I vaguely enjoyed this at times Ah, the roommate theory Why is it when people write about roommates they seem to be extremely amazing or or they re always whining about them Maybe it is that way because I ve never had one, but I m a bit suspicious P.S Sorry for the excessive cynicism, I ll just shut up now


  2. Devin Devin says:

    Don t be scared, do something outragis But do not change your whole self for someone.


  3. Aimee Caye Chang Aimee Caye Chang says:

    makes your heart beat


  4. Izzy Kiela Izzy Kiela says:

    i ve read this when i was 15 and i m 27 now and i can still remember the horrible story jesus and all those fucking poems lyrics TERRIBLE.


  5. Emily Emily says:

    This is one of my favorite easy reads It goes by quick and there s no real surprises That s probably why I keep coming back to it whenever I want something that s easy and fun


  6. Kayla Plutzer Kayla Plutzer says:

    This was really fun and cute I really like these books


  7. Kelsey Berryann Kelsey Berryann says:

    3.5 4 starsI love these Romantic Comedy books because they are quick and entertaining and a good dose of romance Basically like those made for TV movies Lifetime movies for the book world I haven t read one in a while, since I graduated high school But I really enjoyed this one I thought it was a good plot with some interesting characters I love how the plot takes a couple twists and turns that make itinteresting Most of all, I love that this book has a real girl power theme through 3.5 4 starsI love these Romantic Comedy books because they are quick and entertaining and a good dose of romance Basically like those made for TV movies Lifetime movies for the book world I haven t read one in a while, since I graduated high school But I really enjoyed this one I thought it was a good plot with some interesting characters I love how the plot takes a couple twists and turns that make itinteresting Most of all, I love that this book has a real girl power theme through it It shows that girls can do anything they put their mind to and that you shouldn t change for a guy It also deals with acceptance and not judging a book by its cover Once again I fell in love with the characters For it being a short book, I feel like that I got to know the characters well and they all had such a distinctive personality I loved Miranda and thought she was a good female lead character I loved the chemistry between her and Adam as well It made me have all the feels and was rooting for them But I have to say that I loved Jerry even though he wasn t really prominent in the book Overall I really enjoyed this one Even though it was a quick read, I felt like I got a satisfying story and romance from it Definitely one of my new favorites of the Romantic Comedies


  8. La Sorciere La Sorciere says:

    I read this when I was 10 back in 2005.


  9. Jody Jody says:

    I like reading the Simon Romantic Comedies for a quick read and change of pace Krulik has a nice no nonsense realism about her writing that brings an authenticity to the story Miranda is a small town girl who turns down her high school boyfriend to go off to college in Austin She embraces new experiences and learns how to play the drums In the process, she takes a spot in a band as the drummer She loves the drums and is very naive but learns about what she really wants and who is through th I like reading the Simon Romantic Comedies for a quick read and change of pace Krulik has a nice no nonsense realism about her writing that brings an authenticity to the story Miranda is a small town girl who turns down her high school boyfriend to go off to college in Austin She embraces new experiences and learns how to play the drums In the process, she takes a spot in a band as the drummer She loves the drums and is very naive but learns about what she really wants and who is through this story I recommend it for romance fans who want a quick light read


  10. Theresa Theresa says:

    This was a re read for me but I haven t read it since high school like six years ago , so it was like reading the book for the first time since I didn t remember what happened It was pretty good The beginning started off a little slow and I was reminded a bit of reading fanfiction, but it picked up pretty quickly As a female drummer, I can feel a connection to the main character Plus who hasn t done the whole change yourself so a guy will like you thing We ve all been there, done that, s This was a re read for me but I haven t read it since high school like six years ago , so it was like reading the book for the first time since I didn t remember what happened It was pretty good The beginning started off a little slow and I was reminded a bit of reading fanfiction, but it picked up pretty quickly As a female drummer, I can feel a connection to the main character Plus who hasn t done the whole change yourself so a guy will like you thing We ve all been there, done that, so it s nice to have the reminder that everyone makes the same mistakes Overall, a great read


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