It's Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han is a perfect beach read you'll never forget. The second in this gorgeous series. One girl. Two brothers. Which one will she choose? Isabel's lazy, long hot summers at her family friends' beach house are over. Conrad - sexy and unavailable - is the only boy she's ever loved. He's left for college, taking her ...
It's Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han is a perfect beach read you'll never forget. The second in this gorgeous series. One girl. Two brothers. Which one will she choose? Isabel's lazy, long hot summers at her family friends' beach house are over. Conrad - sexy and unavailable - is the only boy she's ever loved. He's left for college, taking her heart with him. Jeremiah, his gorgeous brother, is still Isabel's best friend - but maybe friendship isn't enough for him anymore...Isabel just wants everything to stay the same, because change means moving on. But if she stops looking back, will she find a future she never knew she wanted? "This book has what every girl wants in a summer". (Sarah Dessen). "Impossible to put down and I read it in one afternoon". (goodreads.com). Jenny Han was born in Richmond, Virginia, and studied at the University of North Carolina. She lives in New York, working part-time as a children's librarian alongside her writing. Find out more at website.
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Publishers Weekly, 2010-03-15 In this second book of the planned trilogy that began with The Summer I Turned Pretty, 16-year-old Belly Conklin feels displaced. Unlike years past, she won't be at the beach with her mother's best friend, Susannah, and Susannah's sons, Jeremiah and Conrad. This summer, "I wasn't in Cousins. Conrad and I weren't together, and Susannah was dead." When Belly learns from Jeremiah that Conrad has disappeared, she immediately agrees to help; their search leads them to the beach house, where Conrad is hiding out. Belly's plaintive voice sometimes makes her sound too young, but Han realistically touches upon the characters' various reactions to grief-Belly's mother becomes withdrawn, Conrad fiercely protects the house (his father wants to sell it), Belly has trouble processing the permanence of loss-as well as Belly's emotional entanglements with the brothers (occasional chapters are told from Jeremiah's perspective, and Belly reflects on her failed romance with Conrad). Though the fate of the summer house is resolved a bit quickly, Belly's difficult relationship with her best friend and her standing with the boys hang in the balance, which should leave readers anxious for the final installment. Ages 12-up. (Apr.) Copyright 2010 Reed Business Information.
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