Read Every Girl's Dream by Meg Cabot Online


Many years ago, I was asked by the original publisher of the Mediator series (back when I was writing it under the name Jenny Carroll) to write a short story for their teen magazine, Pulse, about Suze Simon, the heroine of the series. Here, at last, is that long lost short story, which appears chronologically between the books Reunion and Darkest Hour. Enjoy!...

Title : Every Girl's Dream
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ISBN : 15989191
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 12 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

Every Girl's Dream Reviews

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    2019-03-15 18:24

    Tbh this little novella was cute but it felt a little out of place in the series. Meh

  • Patty
    2019-03-19 15:21

    Oh how I miss this series!!I seriously can't wait for more Suze & Jesse<3!! I would have read this earlier if I realized it was available online, want to read it? Click here

  • rachel • typed truths
    2019-03-26 16:46

    This was sweet and it was nice to see more of Suze & Jesse because well, they're all means of adorable. But I felt that it was a little unnecessary so I'm glad this was just a free little short story you could read on Cabot's website.

  • Jessica-Robyn
    2019-03-06 14:28

    So far The Mediator series has earned threes across the board for books one to four from me, so I didn't have high expectations for this short story. Yet somehow I've come away disappointed with Cabot. This is where I question when this was written. If it was written before Cabot had really developed the series then that would make sense. The development just isn't there, the character depth isn't there, the life of the story and writing consistency just isn't there. The story is just Suze constantly calling herself a "freak" in various ways and gushing over Jesse in the most cringe worthy manner. There I just saved you two minutes. I would suggest readers skip it, especially if there not yet finished the series. What has me most disappointed with this is the quality. I wish if authors are going to go the route of having a supplementary short story that they make sure it's truly worth it.

  • Melissa **Just Really Loves Musicals**
    2019-03-12 20:43

    I don't know why I never read this sooner, when I was rereading the series earlier this year. It's so short, so easily accessible on Meg Cabot's website, I should've read it earlier than now. But anyways, I read it now and it was amazing. The way Meg writes Suze's narration is just brilliant, you really see her awesome personality shine through. And Jesse is just one of my all time favourite romantic interests. I love Suze and Jesse together, and I love everything about the Mediator world. I just want more to this series, I could read short stories of it all day long.

  • Mai Linh
    2019-03-26 18:26

    13-year-old me would be so excited about this. Too short to rate. It's been so long since I've read about Suze and Jesse... Almost forgot how funny Suze is. I'm so excited to read new books from Mediator series though!

  • Amalia
    2019-03-19 21:29

    Awww!! Soo cute!! <3Jesse!! I love you!!:*:*:*

  • Alisha
    2019-03-14 14:20

    Short and sweet

  • Diana
    2019-03-26 13:44

    I spent my freshmen computer class reading anything Meg Cabot.

  • Richie Chagas
    2019-03-13 20:34

  • Suzana Thompson
    2019-02-26 17:38

    This is a perfect little short story, and it's free on Meg Cabot's website! It's like a microcosm of the books, and all the qualities I love about the novels are present here. Suze is hiding her teenage angst, but she is also a very decisive person who gets things done. Jesse is alluring and dreamy. My favorite of Suze's stepbrothers also makes an appearance. There is a brief but emotionally powerful confrontation with a ghost. It ends with a bit of romance that leaves you wanting more. It was a lovely addition to the books, and it made me want to reread them.

  • Juliet-Camille
    2019-03-10 15:35

    How can you not be in love with Jesse??The story was really short, and a bit scattered. The cannolis, prom date drama, and dead girl don't feel nescisary. Particularly because most of us clicked on the story for Jesse, and not much else.

  • Nevergreen
    2019-03-07 17:40

    It turns out that I have, in fact read this. So I guess I just re-read it. It's good but not amazing. To get amazing you have to read the rest of the series. Though this does do a good job of filling you in if you have never read the other books (which was actually a bit annoying since it was such a short story and most of it was backstory).

  • Yrsa
    2019-03-15 18:43

    Rätt praktiskt att jag hittade den här precis nu, när jag är på rätt ställe i min omläsning för att läsa den här.Om man vill läsa den finns den här:

  • Débora Domiciano
    2019-03-02 17:25

    plot twist jesse is actually an angel

  • Helen
    2019-02-26 16:29

    Suze worries about some cannolis, and does a fast bit of mediation. There's a sweet moment between Jesse and Suze. More of an interlude than a short story, but don't approach it expecting anything more and it's a nice extra scene to add to the series.

  • Marie
    2019-03-25 19:22

    I forgot how much fun this series is, this gave me the taste for it again.

  • ekarifin
    2019-02-27 14:29

    Well, though it is just a short story, I always love to read about Susannah Simon and Jesse De Silva... ^^e

  • Evie
    2019-02-27 17:41

    This short story, written for a magazine, can be found on Meg's website. It's a super cute short read about Suze & Jesse.

  • lizzy
    2019-03-14 17:39

    cute why is jesse such a swoon it's upsetting i need help(ppl are saying it's out of place but it was asked to be made for a magazine and i don't think they wanted anything with plot relevance and it's only 12 pages so there's not much to be able to happen and everybody loves suze and jesse and so this is just something cute to make readers not happy so it's not even supposed to coincide w the ass kicking of the novels just fluff for the couplein conclusion: pls chill i just want to enjoy their relationship and don't care it has no plot)

  • Jessi
    2019-03-09 14:20

    Just a sweet little thing I read while procrastinating getting ready for a meeting. This whole week semester has me in a funk.I don't think I realized how much I missed Suze and Jesse until I read this. I hope I get a chance to read the newest book though I wish it matched these covers.Poor Cheryl, that sucks to have died due to your appendix bursting.

  • Rachel
    2019-03-04 15:41

    *Le Sigh* Fits in perfect;y and shows jesse and Susannah in their element. Perfect. with this fresh addition i can now go on acting like a dreamy idiot for weeks. :))

  • Gianina
    2019-03-03 15:24

    it was an okay short story

  • Victoria
    2019-03-15 13:43


  • KC Cortez
    2019-03-25 15:46

    This is super short.

  • Jewel
    2019-03-06 20:24

    Super cute and swoony short story (very short) from a fun series.

  • Allie
    2019-03-15 15:26

    more. want. More.

  • Kalyani
    2019-03-01 20:43

    Okay, so I guess this is a four/five-paged short story that really doesn't need a review, but I'm going to write one anyway just because I love this series and the characters, and I wish, not for the first time, that I could be a part of this world.Not for the first time, Suze wishes the boy she loves wasn't dead. At least she would have a handsome and visible dance partner at her school's dance party instead of sulking at the cannolis booth she's in charge of. Her night is interrupted by a few members of the undead, Jesse and a girl who doesn't quite realize she's dead, has arrived at the dance anyway, and is searching for her date.The adventure that follows is much shorter than I was hoping for, but it was good fun to read nevertheless, especially the romantic moments. I hope you like it too!

  • Harley
    2019-03-06 13:45

    Thought I'd read this along with my Mediator marathon seeming I have it printed out from my Mediator obsession in school.This is a short, short story (literally three printed out pages in size 12 font) that takes place between the third and fourth book that Meg write for a magazine.Suze has somehow been enlisted as the chairperson of the junior/senior prom committee so she's there to oversee and make sure everything turns out right. Between dealing with Kelly and deformed cannolis, Suze probably wishes she was anywhere but there. But luckily for her Jesse shows up to hangout. There's also a ghost who's prom dreams have been shattered.Basically I'm just here for the Suze/Jesse moments, that's basically what this is about. Some nice banter and a dance.

  • Anjum
    2019-03-09 15:30

    I mean, it's short and sweet. It was pretty watered down, kind of felt like a fanfiction in a way, but completely consistent with the other books. So whatever. I mean, the fact that it was mostly Suze's same old exposition and the fact that the ghost was really boring--just a boring, short version of all the other young ghosts that Suze has to deal the bad news to--makes this pretty lackluster. But it's fine. And it was so short that you can't even complain if you don't like it. So, no complaints here.