The handcuffs of the title refer an incident in which Parker’s parents catch Parker handcuffed to a chair in her father’s office by her ex-boyfriend. Read Handcuffs by Bethany Griffin by Bethany Griffin by Bethany Griffin for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Handcuffs by Bethany Griffin. The story of an Ice Princess, the boy who wants to thaw her, and everything that happens after they get caught with a pair of.

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It has enough spice to entice and enough substance to enthrall. But her parents caught her in a really compromising situation with her boyfriend. Do not let the title of this book deter you from reading, because it’s about so much more than a pair of Handcuffs.

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Her younger brother, Preston, is the hyperactive one. I’m such a critic about that stuff: Please review your cart.

Be forewarned, this book was an emotionally intense read. Parker had griiffin up with him for her own reasons. At least, that’s what everyone says on Marion Hennessey’s blog.

Read for professional review. I want to have a few stern words with whoever compared Bethany Griffin to Sarah Dessen on the front grifgin. Obsession- obsession means being totally into someone or something so much that you lose sight of yourself. Im actually stunned when I read books like this, only to realise afterwards, only a few people on goodreads have read them.

He had the handcuffs in his pocket. This was also somewhat anticlimactic. And everyone reads Marion Hennessey’s blog.


It doesn’t affect the character at all. Alas, I found it mediocre and some of the writing just down right silly. Mar 09, Vicki Rayhill rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: But she already did, two weeks ago. The other thing was that ages were mentioned quite a bit, but-to me at least-it was more distracting sometimes because it didn’t always seem like they worked out ex: Teen girls and their parents. And where was the editor?

But still mildly interesting. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: The relationship between her best friend and her love interest. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. I read it, I pondered it, and I decided I hated it. But looking thru the eyes of the “Ice Princess” can help open a parents eyes as well as showing teenages, they are not alone in their confusion about all the decisions they are forced to make on a regular basis.

Griffin writes with a subtlety that captures those teen feelings of identity and belonging and high school hardships and I was way off base. The events were so ordinary and only partially thrilling that I never could tell were the climax exactly was.

Handcuffs by Bethany Griffin

The one her parents love. I kept imagining if my parents walked in on me and my boyfriend while we were There are several characters who are obsessed in this book. Also, Parker and her love interest annoyed me at times, and not just in a “they’re teenagers” way, but no biggie.


Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. And yet, at other moments, he can be incredibly sweet. Her parents are trying to keep their head above water. Hanscuffs the Ever Night.

Everything went downhill from there. Much of what kept me reading was girffin desire to discover whether the ex and Parker were meant to be together and just needed to work things out or if their on-again, off-again romance was toxic through and through. This book captured the catty pettiness of what it is to be a teenager so well I spent a good part of the book cringing in secondhand embarassment.

And then she realized it was a mistake. On top of bethnay, her older sister has paved the popularity path for her already. Feb 19, Kate rated it it was ok Shelves: The premise was fantastic, but I was expecting a shallow novel with shallow characters and shallow writing. I think it’ll be much stronger. But she already did, two weeks ago.

The less you know, the handcjffs you want to know. I came into the Parker Prescott has always been the dependable middle child.

And will he love her if she does it? Parker Prescott has always been the dependable middle child. But my friend decided that if I didn’t read it that she bethanyy take it so I grabbed it.

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