That SummerBook - 1996
As far as Haven is concerned, there's just too much going on.
Everything is changing, and she's not sure where she fits in.
Then her sister's old boyfriend shows up, sparking memories of the summer when they were all happy and everything was perfect. . . .
But along the way, Haven realizes that sometimes change is a good thing.
"Unforgettable" -- Publishers Weekly , starred review
Also by Sarah Dessen:
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Keeping the Moon
Lock and Key
The Moon and More
Someone Like You
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For fifteen-year-old Haven, life is changing too quickly. She's nearly six feet tall, her father is getting remarried, and her sister, the always perfect Ashley, is planning a wedding of her own. Haven wishes things could just go back to the way they were. Then an old boyfriend of Ashley's re-enters the picture, and through him, Haven sees the past for what it really was, and comes to grips with the future.
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"I hate her. I hate all of this." There was a crash as something fell to the floor. "I don't need her. I don't need anyone but Lewis and we're going to elope, I swear to God we are." ...
"Call the wedding off," Ashley was saying. "Just cancel it all. I'm not going through with it. I'm calling Lewis right now and we're eloping. Today. I swear to God."