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Say You Love Me, Stevie C

by Michelle Gayle

'new gen' - Great Fiction for Young Adults Books with reviews by our Reader Review Panel eBooks of the Month

LoveReading View on Say You Love Me, Stevie C

Love...and jealousy...are in the air in the second hilarious diary from Remy Louise Bennet.  Michelle Gayle taps straight into the teen psyche tackling relevant issues of love and loyalty through her informal writing style and humour.

 

Download an extract of the first in the series, Don't Lie to Me, Robbie Wilkins and read some of the reviews from our Lovereading panel here!

 

reader reviews

 

In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion for Say You Love Me, Stevie C a small number of teenagers were lucky enough to be invited to review this title too. Here's a taster....'This is an ideal book to read this summer for any teenage girl to relate to her thoughts, feelings and choices in life. '

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Say You Love Me, Stevie C Synopsis

Despite being loved-up with new boyfriend Stephen Campbell, Remy's relationship insecurities continue to plague her. Will he turn out to be just another lying cheating scumbag, like Robbie Wilkins? Meanwhile, Remy's pregnant sister Malibu has love troubles of her own: like whether or not to tell her fiance that her baby might not be his. At least Remy - aka Boss Lady - has her salon to throw herself into, and that's one area of her life that is going right. Isn't it...? New YA author Michelle is an ex-East Enders star, chart-topping pop diva and popular TV celebrity.

Say You Love Me, Stevie C Reader Reviews

Niamh Cleary, age 16 There is a great mixture of fun, romance and thrills and the ‘cabbage soup’ episode was hilarious. The story moves to a very satisfactory and happy ending  Click here to read the full review

Natasha Burke, age 14  I thought this book was just as good if not better than the first book. Click here to read the full review

Pippa Cousins   A real girly novel all about love, jealousy and the overall problems of life Click here to read the full review

 

Emer O’Brien  I just didn't see any character development in this book...this book was very difficult to get emotionally invested in. Click here to read the full review

 

Amrit Bunet   This is an ideal book to read this summer for any teenage girl to relate to her thoughts, feelings and choices in life.  Click here to read the full review 

 

Safiyah Afghan  Charming and funny, readers will love Remy and enjoy going through her daily life. Never boring and with continuous laughs to be had, Say You Love Me Stevie C is a very good book to read. Click here to read the full review

Danielle Shepherd  this book packed full of interesting twists and turns...I was hooked from the first word.   Click here to read the full review

Hannah Glenton  There were parts of the book that were quite amusing but that’s probably the best that I can say for it...If you’re looking for an easy read with a story that is simple to understand then this is your kind of book.  Click here to read the full review

Amy Knight  Remy is back and better than ever...her diary is full of hilarious anecdotes as well as deep and meaningful ideas about what is means to be getting older.  Click here to read the full review

Delilah Acworth  had me in hoots of laughter from the first page! Click here to read the full review

Say You Love Me, Stevie C Press Reviews

Niamh Cleary, age 16 There is a great mixture of fun, romance and thrills and the ‘cabbage soup’ episode was hilarious. The story moves to a very satisfactory and happy ending  Click here to read the full review

Natasha Burke, age 14  I thought this book was just as good if not better than the first book. Click here to read the full review

Pippa Cousins   A real girly novel all about love, jealousy and the overall problems of life Click here to read the full review

 

Emer O’Brien  I just didn't see any character development in this book...this book was very difficult to get emotionally invested in. Click here to read the full review

 

Amrit Bunet   This is an ideal book to read this summer for any teenage girl to relate to her thoughts, feelings and choices in life.  Click here to read the full review 

 

Safiyah Afghan  Charming and funny, readers will love Remy and enjoy going through her daily life. Never boring and with continuous laughs to be had, Say You Love Me Stevie C is a very good book to read. Click here to read the full review

Danielle Shepherd  this book packed full of interesting twists and turns...I was hooked from the first word.   Click here to read the full review

Hannah Glenton  There were parts of the book that were quite amusing but that’s probably the best that I can say for it...If you’re looking for an easy read with a story that is simple to understand then this is your kind of book.  Click here to read the full review

Amy Knight  Remy is back and better than ever...her diary is full of hilarious anecdotes as well as deep and meaningful ideas about what is means to be getting older.  Click here to read the full review

Delilah Acworth  had me in hoots of laughter from the first page! Click here to read the full review

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ISBN: 9781406339291
Publication date: 06/06/2013
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781406339291
Publication date: 6th June 2013
Author: Michelle Gayle
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 208 pages
Genres: NewGen - YA Fiction, Reader Reviewed Books, eBook Favourites,
Categories: Romance & relationships stories (Children's / Teenage),

About Michelle Gayle

Michelle Gayle is best known for her TV appearances, which began in the 1980s with children’s drama Grange Hill, followed by EastEnders, before Michelle moved over to a glittering pop career that saw her achieve six top 20 hits and sell a million records, most successfully 1994 single “Sweetness”. Michelle has since appeared on TV shows such as Reborn in the USA, Doctors, Holby City and The Games, and she starred opposite Ed Stoppard in 2006 film Joy Division. In recent years Michelle has presented on Loose Women and also taken part in reality TV shows Come Dine with ...

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