A Girl Named Summer

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Pocket Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 163 pages
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Julie Garwood's tales always sparkle with the magic that comes from falling in love. Now her talent shines brighter than ever in an unforgettable tale about young love meant especially for younger readers.

Summer never meant to lie. She just wanted to keep the most perfect guy she ever met interested in her. She had been surprised when David began hanging out with her every day... and dizzy with happiness when he kissed her. David seemed to like her unconventional Irish family, even her eccentric Grandpa. Everything was going great-- until Ann entered the picture. She collected boys like trophies. How could Summer compete with someone like that?

Before she knew it, Summer was boasting to David about her passion for long-distance running. She never dreamed he'd enter them in a six-mile race. Summer dreaded the moment when he would discover the truth: she couldn't run six blocks. And the flirtatious Ann was already working on David. Then Summer's Grandpa came up with a plan that was just crazy enough to save the day...

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User Review  - cranberrytarts - LibraryThing

This was a sweet young adult novel. This is Garwood's first novel and it feels a bit dated. I still enjoyed it, however. There is a romantic thread that rubs through the books, but the story is really about Summer's journey in finding herself. Read full review

Review: A Girl Named Summer (Wildfire #79)

User Review  - -*Angela*Morgana*- - Goodreads

A good book(; Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
12
Section 3
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About the author (1998)

Julie Garwood has enchanted readers since her first novel was published in 1985; today there more than thirteen million copies of her books in print. In addition to Come the Spring and her #1 New York Times bestselling Clayborne Brides trilogy (One Pink Rose, One White Rose, One Red Rose), her previous novels include eleven other New York Times bestsellers: The Bride, Guardian Angel, Honor's Splendour, The Gift, The Prize, The Secret, Castles, Saving Grace, Prince Charming, For the Roses (which was adapted as a Hallmark Hall of Fame television special, "Rose Hill"), and The Wedding. Ms. Garwood is currently working on her next novel, to be published by Pocket Books. She is the mother of three children.

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