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Julie has had a crush in Dan ever since sophomore year. Now that Pam, Dan's old girlfriend, has moved away, Julie finally has him all to herself. And he is worth the wait. Dan is one of the most popular boys in school and he really cares for Julie.But something is wrong. Every time she sees Dan so much as talk to another girl, Julie becomes hopelessly jealous. And even wheJulie has had a crush in Dan ever since sophomore year. Now that Pam, Dan's old girlfriend, has moved away, Julie finally has him all to herself. And he is worth the wait. Dan is one of the most popular boys in school and he really cares for Julie.But something is wrong. Every time she sees Dan so much as talk to another girl, Julie becomes hopelessly jealous. And even when Dan reassures her, it doesn't help.Then Pam returns and Julie is convinced Dan is seeing her again. Will Julie let her jealousy ruin the best relationship she's ever had?...

Title : Green Eyes
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ISBN : 9780553140224
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 140 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Green Eyes Reviews

  • Angie
    2018-10-19 16:48

    3.5 stars Loved the "Sweet Dreams" romances in my preteen/teen years. I don't remember this one in particular from then, but whenever I see them anywhere they get snagged. So nostalgic! Green Eyes focuses on Julie, who lets her insecurities and the inner green-eyed monster get the best of her. Will she figure out she's sabotaging her own self in time?? Wish I could get my own teen daughters to read these, but alas they keep turning me down:)

  • Reading with Cats
    2018-10-19 16:32

    Um, that was...interesting. Pathologically insecure Julie gets jealous whenever her boyfriend so much as breathes in the direction of another girl. Inevitably, her crazy ass stalker behavior ends up driving Dan away. And here is where we part ways with reality. Julie mopes around for a few months, then comes to the realization that all the boys in her school think she's a slut. As penance she ends up volunteering at a dance by herself (ermmm...okay). And all of a sudden, Julie is CURED! She isn't jealous anymore! Dan comes back and totally forgives her! All is well. Except that was the stupidest ending ever. Also, it's probably not good that I spent most of the book hoping stupid Julie would drown in the pool.

  • Peacha
    2018-10-08 18:49

    Beyond goony. One of the worst Sweet Dreams romances. Not only does Julie herself , sabotage her romance but the author sabotages her own book with the creation of Julie! She is an unredeemable heroine , who allows her paranoid jealousy to corrupt every relationship around her. From her perjorative inner dialogue , to even the local hangout setting - becoming zones to split the losers from the winners, this romance is an uneasy dud on all levels. Despite the sunny Leave-it-to-Beaver home-life which becomes a rejected role model and a source of corn for Julie who sneers her father for calling cars 'wheels' but chirps out hi , kids to her friends -like Gidget , she is a self-absorbed twit. But things really go off the rails when she refuses to believe things are over between her golden boyfriend Dan , and his equally golden-ex Pamela even when there is no evidence given to justify her suspicions. The happy ending is rushed , and contrived. Skip this and read Rand's far superior On her Own - For full review check out http://cliqueypizza.wordpress.com/.

  • Kylie Atkinson
    2018-10-07 21:28

    It's weird rereading these books that I read when I was younger. When I was 15 I could relate to the lack of self esteem, feelings of jealousy and silly games. As I get older it's easy to roll my eyes at these things and think "just get over it" or "stop playing the martyr and just talk to the guy" but of course that's why these books were written. Having books dealing with teenage angst and teenage issues makes it easily relatable for girls their age and helping them resolve their problems. The same author wrote many of these books, some my favourites, but this was not one of them. Luckily they only take a few hours to read.

  • Sarai
    2018-10-22 15:34

    Synopsis (taken from http://sweetdreamsseries.com):Julie has had a crush in Dan ever since sophomore year. Now that Pam, Dan's old girlfriend, has moved away, Julie finally has him all to herself. And he is worth the wait. Dan is one of the most popular boys in school and he really cares for Julie. But something is wrong. Every time she sees Dan so much as talk to another girl, Julie becomes hopelessly jealous. And even when Dan reassures her, it doesn't help. Then Pam returns and Julie is convinced Dan is seeing her again. Will Julie let her jealousy ruin the best relationship she's ever had?

  • Mackenzie
    2018-10-17 21:45

    This book wasn't that bad, wasn't that great either. Judging from it's size (less than 200 pages), there wasn't a lot of room to work with plot and whatnot, so it was fairly well done.I didn't really like the main character, she was too unsure of her self and quite whiny, jealous and not very trusting of what people who cared a lot for her said. I was kind of wondering how long Dan would put up with Julie actually.All in all, the ending was pretty good; the way everything worked out well in the end.

  • Donna
    2018-09-30 16:39

    I remember loving this book as a preteen, but I don't know if I'd like it as much now if I reread it.

  • Kaitlyn Huffman
    2018-10-14 16:28

    I liked this book, but it was not my absolute favorite. It was alright though.