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Beyond Summer (Large Print) (Center Point Premier Fiction)

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Synopsis:

When soon-to-be college student Tam Lambert learns that her family's finances are collapsing, the privileged life she's known is forever changed. Tam and her family must move to a tiny house owned by her father's company, Householders, in the Dallas neighborhood of Blue Sky Hill. Shasta Williams and her husband have just purchased their first home in Blue Sky Hill, and it's the perfect place to raise her children. Even better is having a great neighbor like Tam, who lives across the street. When news of a corrupt mortgage scheme breaks, and Blue Sky Hill neighbors realize they could soon lose their homes, new friendships and old loyalties are tested. And two young women will discover the strength and maturity to do the impossible.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781602858695
Publisher:
Center Point
Subject:
General
Author:
Wingate, Lisa
Subject:
Young women
Subject:
Large type books
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Edition Description:
Large Print
Large Print:
Y
Series:
Center Point Premier Fiction
Publication Date:
20101031
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
480

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Beyond Summer (Large Print) (Center Point Premier Fiction)
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"Synopsis" by , When soon-to-be college student Tam Lambert learns that her family's finances are collapsing, the privileged life she's known is forever changed. Tam and her family must move to a tiny house owned by her father's company, Householders, in the Dallas neighborhood of Blue Sky Hill. Shasta Williams and her husband have just purchased their first home in Blue Sky Hill, and it's the perfect place to raise her children. Even better is having a great neighbor like Tam, who lives across the street. When news of a corrupt mortgage scheme breaks, and Blue Sky Hill neighbors realize they could soon lose their homes, new friendships and old loyalties are tested. And two young women will discover the strength and maturity to do the impossible.
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