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Sun-Kissed Christmas (Summer Novels)by Katherine Applegate
Synopses & Reviews
All she wants for Christmasand#8230; andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Summer is headed to the Keys for winter break, but what should be a fun-in-the-sun holiday is becoming unbearable. Summer hasnand#8217;t been able to stop thinking about her ex-boyfriend, Austin, since their summer romance fizzled, and she canand#8217;t stand seeing him at the beach with his new girlfriendand#8230;. andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Now Austin is everywhere she goes. Sheand#8217;s reminded of how much fun they had, how gorgeous he is, and what she really wants is what she canand#8217;t have. Will it take a Christmas miracle for Summer to survive this holiday season? Or will the mistletoe work its magic?
More summer fun in the series that includes Beach Blondes and Tan Lines by Katherine Applegate.
In this companion to "Tan Lines," it's Christmas in paradise, but Summer Smith is missing Austin Reed, who now has a new girlfriend. Then suddenly the two are thrown together in a reckless plan to reunite two lost lovers.
It’s Christmas in paradise and Summer Smith is living the picture-perfect life on Coconut Key with her brother, Diver, and her best friends, Marquez and Diana. There’s just one thing missing from Summer’s life: Austin Reed, the guy she loves. The guy she can’t stop dreaming about. The guy who is now her ex, and who has a new girlfriend. Then suddenly, unexpectedly, Summer and Austin are thrown together in a reckless plan to reunite two lost lovers. Can Summer rekindle her own lost love in the process? Or will Austin say good-bye forever?
About the Author
After andlt;bandgt;Katherine Applegateandlt;/bandgt; graduated from college, she spent time waiting tables, typing (badly), watering plants, wandering randomly from one place to the next with her boyfriend, and just generally wasting her time. When she grew sufficiently tired of performing brain-dead minimum-wage work, she decided it was time to become a famous writer. Anyway, a writer. Writing proved to be an ideal career choice, as it involved neither physical exertion nor uncomfortable clothing, and required no social skills. andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Ms. Applegate has written more than one hundred books under her own name and a variety of pseudonyms. She has no children, is active in no organizations, and has never been invited to address a joint session of Congress. She does, however, have an evil, foot-biting cat named Dick, and she still enjoys wandering randomly from one place to the next with her boyfriend.
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