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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I hope Bethany Griffin writes more YA books because I enjoy her perspective and the storyline she thought up here: We appreciate your feedback.

It was a vethany but good experience because for most of the novel I was able to feel what Parker was feeling. I could not put the book down and I read it in two nights. If ever there was an asinine title, this is it.

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Overall rating No ratings yet 0. You submitted the following rating and review. Still, a great book that deals with romance in such a mature way.

Bethany Griffin teaches high school English and creative writing. Im actually stunned handcuffe I read books like griffij, only to realise afterwards, only a few people on goodreads have read them. More like – we’re rounding the end of the book, let’s slap a good ending on this. I came into the story expecting it to be about a goody-goody girl who had some torrid afternoon of some sort or another and then everything went boom.


Leave a Reply Cancel reply. He’s too many things at once and I don’t feel his character was fully developed at all.

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Considering this got a lot of local press because the author is local, I was sort of excited to read it. It’s sooooo refreshing because as awesome as the ex is, she has relationships and a life outside them and those stories are just as interesting and aid in expressing exactly who the uandcuffs character is.

He was getting way too pushy about the whole sex thing and Parker wanted to wait till he told her that he loved her before doing the deed. Two weeks ago she actually broke up with the boyfriend they all wanted her to break up with. A lot of the time with YA today, you look at main character and you can see the mistakes the characters make, and you eyeroll at their stupid actions.

I was way off base. Of course it nearly If Parker Prescott went to my school, I would hate her. And, confession, I am a middle child.

The tension in this book! However, what I like about Parker Prescott the most, is that she could be me, or you, or the girl sitting next to you.

This is Bethany Hamdcuffs first novel and while it was very good, I can’t wait to see what her next novel brings. Much of what kept me reading was the desire to discover whether the ex and Parker were meant to be together and just needed to work things out or handcufffs their on-again, off-again romance was toxic through and through.


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To ask other readers questions about Handcuffsplease sign up. Please review your cart. View all 3 comments. Her older sister is the perfect, popular Paige.

Because you won’t want to put it down. I lean toward supernatural twists but Parker was a great character. She’s gorgeous, gets perfect grades, and has the hottest guy in the school after her. I don’t know what to say, but it kinda broke my heart but also felt good.

Read for professional review. Don’t expect action handucffs five seconds, but do expect characters who will stay with you and plot twists you never saw coming. Get comfy before you read this.

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Handcuffs by Bethany Griffin. It’s a very intense and deep look at a two-month period in the life of Parker Bsthany and her family. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.

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