Summer of Hope
Summer of Hope (Serendipity Series) (Volume 1)
Summer of Hope
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A secret can change everything.After witnessing her twin brother's death, sixteen-year-old Callie shuts down. Forced to go to her family's summer beach house, she resolves to erase the pain any way she can. Enter the "Perfect's"--the Gold Card group of girls who offer escape in the form of parties, booze and boys. Things change when she meets Ethan. Callie does her best to convince herself she couldn't care less if Ethan looks like he just stepped out of a magazine and is completely adorkable to boot. Despite trying to keep her distance, Callie is drawn to his sweet ways and sexy smile. She falls hard--but her world comes crashing down when she discovers he's been hiding a secret that could change everything. Ethan came to the beach to escape, to live without the label. Because his label... is the kid with Hodgkin's disease. Callie is left with the choice of standing by Ethan's side and watching another person she loves die, or running and abandoning the one person who helped her to believe in love again. Callie's decision ends up putting her own life in danger, and changes the lives of everyone around her, forever.

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Chick Lit
  • Fiction
  • Romance

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Summer of Hope is about a girl named Callie. She had a twin brother who died. Her mom and dad bring her to their summer cabin. It's one of the places she loved to go with her brother. She has a lot of friends there, but the one person she spends the most time with is Ethan. They have a lot of fun together, but then they get into a fight and don't see each other as often, but then something terrible happens to Callie. And what happened to Callie's brother? Read this exciting book to find out. 

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