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Maggie Tannery is a true theater girl and a total shoo-in for the lead in this year’s school production of Romeo and Juliet.
She’s seriously psyched because it looks like her crush, Daniel, might be playing her Romeo both on- and offstage — if all goes as planned. But when her school decides to perform a musical instead, Maggie catches a major case of stage fright — because she can’t sing! With her lead role in jeopardy, as well as her chance of winning her leading man, Maggie turns to the musically talented Nico to give her voice lessons.
But their voices aren’t the only things that seem to be harmonizing. As Maggie tries to break a leg — and not her heart — she wonders who the music man of her dreams really is Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Love on Cue by Catherine Hapka. Love on Cue by Catherine Hapka. When you have to sing your heart out, it’s best to know how But when her school decides to perform a When you have to sing your heart out, it’s best to know how Paperbackpages.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Love on Cueplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Sep 23, Laurence R. I really liked Maggie’s character! It was easy to relate to her. Aug 25, Cindy rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is really tremendous. I really enjoyed it. This book is about how this girl Maggie who loved to act. She is typically a shy girl, but when acts, she lets out of her comfort zone and becomes a star.
Maggie also has a huge crush on the most popular guy in the school. His name is Derick. When the theater teacher had a heart attack, it made him to retired.
One day when Maggie and her friends got to the drama club meeting, they saw their new teacher. Instead of doing Romeo and Juliet, the t This book is really tremendous. Instead of doing Romeo and Juliet, the teacher decided to do a musical.
The sound of doing a musical had terrify Maggie.
Maggie hates to sing in front of people. Maggie loves to act, but a musical-noway. Maggie asks her friend Nico to give her vocal lessons, since Nico have his own band. Nico teaches Maggie to sing, and her singing was actually pretty good.
Maggie tried out, and she got the lead. Maggie couldn’t believe it. Maggie begs Nico to help her again, and Maggie finds out being with Nico have made her singing better without being scared. Derick, Maggie major crush landed a chance to be the leading boy. Maggie finally have the chance to be with Derick. Maggie actually rocked the whole thing. Nico has a crush on Maggie.
When opening night came for the play, Maggie did a awesome job, but Nico won’t talk to her. Finally, Maggie cathetine out that the guy that she really love is Nico, not Vatherine. Maggie and Nico have catheine happily ever after!!! Aug 03, Reggie rated it it was ok. Another hilarious read from the Simon Pulse RoCom series!
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Love on Cue is great for those who like light comedy and easy romance but personally, I don’t think it’s all that great. And the way she gets hpaka tongue-tied around Derek got old. It happens way to commonly in books. In Love on Cue, she can’t even form a coherent sentence. In real life, I don’t think that would happen or if it does, then loe wouldn’t be comm Another hilarious read from the Simon Pulse RoCom series! In real life, I don’t think that would happen or if it does, then it wouldn’t be common.
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I couldn’t help but grow annoyed and irritated with Maggie. He was VERY unrealistic. He live TOO perfect. In the book, he was portrayed as someone who could do no wrong. I was just really unimpressed with his character.
I think that Hapka just threw in random scenarios so that Maggie would always find herself in an awkward position. They just didn’t fit in with the book. There wasn’t any connection at all. Has anyone noticed that on the back of the cagherine it says ‘Daniel’ and not ‘Derek’? Call me a perfectionist but I hate mistakes like these. It’s one of my pet peeves.
The only thing that really stood out to me in this book was, unexpectedly, Calla. She was the only character that constrained me to finish the book. Calla’s issue was that she was a little overweight. But she was able to accept it and, eventually, joke about it. I found Love on Cue to be disappointing cuf nevertheless funny.
Don’t stop reading Catherine Hapka though. I’ll follow up with a review. But for now, C-: Jun 06, Rachael rated it really liked it. But a switch catherin performing a play to a musical catches Maggie off guard.
To remedy this predicament, Maggie begs musical genius Nico for singing lessons. As always, Hapka creates a sweet, innocent, and satisfying romance in Love on Cue. The majority of the characters are realistic, each with their own issues and insecurities that make them generally pretty easy to relate to. Maggie, particularly, is cute, funny, and just an all around adorable heroine. Her near complete inability to communicate with guys wile off the stage, the complete opposite of stage fright life fright, perhaps?
The only character that really got on my nerves was Derek, because his supposed perfection felt unreal throughout the story. The plot is never too exciting and is quite predictable, but I nonetheless enjoyed this lighthearted PG romance.
Mar 29, Tasha rated it liked it. Normally Maggie Tannery is a shy and self-conscious high school girl, but she completely transforms when she is put on stage. Better yet, her long time crush Daniel might just be playing the lead along side her, and hopefully not just in the play if Maggie has things her way! Then the unthinkable happens. This is one of those super cute Simon Romantic Comedies that takes absolutely no time to read, but is still quite enjoyable. Sep 13, Princess Bookie rated it really liked it.
I had this one sitting here for a while. I bought it when it first came out at the beginning of summer but never got around to reading it yet. I read it in one sitting! I really enjoyed the concept of the play and how it got turned into a musical.
We meet Maggie who gets to play opposite of her crush Derek. She wants to take this opportunity to get close to him, but when the heart is involved things don’t always go as planned. Yes, it was predictable but its one you still want to re My Thoughts: