Spring Break Reunion

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Pocket Books, 1996 - Interpersonal relations - 216 pages
15 Reviews
Summer Smith is heading to the sun, surf, and excitement of Crab Claw Key for the most romantic vacation ever. After months of desperately missing her boyfriend, Seth Warner, she'll finally be in his arms again, soaking up the warm Florida rays...and Seth's hot kisses.

But when Summer saves the life of gorgeous, mysterious Austin Reed, she ends up with more heat than she can handle. Will it be the spring break of a lifetime -- or an unforgettable spring breakup?

One girl. Two guys.

One steamy spring break.

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Review: Spring Break (Summer #4)

User Review  - Jessica - Goodreads

Read when I was a teen and here, 15 years later, I still recall the entire book. Perhaps my tumultuous teen years caused me to dive into the world of fiction or perhaps it just was a great summer ... Read full review

Review: Spring Break (Summer #4)

User Review  - Toria Moir - Goodreads

It was a fun but boring read :D There was this one point in the novel when i absolutely LOVED it!! ARGHHH! Best part in the book hahaha :D Its halfway through the novel and its such a great read (but ... Read full review

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Section 3
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About the author (1996)

Katherine Applegate was born in Michigan on July 19, 1956. Her works include science fiction, young adult romances, and pop-up books. She writes the Making Waves, Making Out, and Roscoe Riley Rules series. She writes the Animorphs, Everworld, and Remnants series under the pen name K. A. Applegate. She also writes under the pen names of C. Archer, Catherine Kendall and Elizabeth Benning. In 1997, she won a Golden Duck Award (Eleanor Cameron Award for Middle Grades) for The Message. Home of the Brave won the SCBWI 2008 Golden Kite Award for Best Fiction and the Bank Street 2008 Josette Frank Award.

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