#08 a Match Made in Heaven

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Graphic Universe, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
17 Reviews
Aspiring comic book artist Morning Glory Conroy already has too much to juggle at her San Francisco high school--mean girls, inconsiderate cliques, wannabe gangbangers--without the complication of falling for new student Gabriel. Glory's best friend, Julia, was interested in him first, and if it weren't for Julia's deteriorating home life, Glory wouldn't have had a chance to get Gabriel to herself. But does he count as a real boyfriend if his overbearing guardian forbids even kissing? Soon Gabriel is pushing Glory to show her work at art events, and the new relationship starts taking Glory away from her bff just when Julia needs her. Glory is in for a startling revelation when she discovers not only Gabriel's true identity, but also that of his mischievous cousin Luci, who trails their every move just to cause trouble. Can Glory and Gabriel keep their relationship aloft when the heavens themselves seem to be against it?

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The artwork is super cute. - Goodreads
The ending made me cry. - Goodreads
Character development! - Goodreads
The ending seemed forced. - Goodreads

Review: A Match Made in Heaven (My Boyfriend Is a Monster #8)

User Review  - Jeanette Johnson - Goodreads

This is book 8 in the "My boyfriend is a monster" graphic novel set. It has some great elements in the story. Glory's new boyfriend is straight out of heaven, literally....the graphics are beautifully don. It is a quick read and made me want to go back and read the rest of the series. Read full review

Review: A Match Made in Heaven (My Boyfriend Is a Monster #8)

User Review  - Amber - Goodreads

Comic book artist and harassed high schooler Morning Glory isn't expecting to get the guy, but somehow she winds up kissing the new kid at school, Gabriel. He's a dreamboat, very kind and caring, but ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Retired cartoonist and current comics historian Trina Robbins has been writing graphic novels, comics, and books for over 30 years. Her subjects have ranged from Wonder Woman and The Powerpuff Girls to her own teenage superheroine, GoGirl!, and from women cartoonists and superheroines to women who kill. She lives in a moldering 103 year-old house in San Francisco with her cats, shoes, and dust bunnies.

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