Synopses & Reviews
Raina is happy and relieved that her friends Kathleen and Holly found volunteering at the hospital rewarding. They loved their summers at the hospital so much they will be working for credit during their junior year.
Raina is also looking forward to spending as much time as possible with Hunter during their last year of high school together. Kathleen is still dating Carson, but they are at different schools and she's worried it won't last. And poor Holly's still waiting for her parents to let up on their rules so she can actually go out on a date.
Everything is going well until Raina's old boyfriend Tony shows up and threatens to ruin the thing that matters to Raina the most--her relationship with Hunter. But she isn't the only one with a secret. When Raina's mother reveals her family secret, Raina feels betrayed. Luckily she has Holly and Kathleen to lean on.
Its the summer after sophomore year and Raina has convinced her best friends since the sixth grade, Kathleen and Holly, to spend their summer as “pink angels” in Parker-Sloan General Hospitals summer volunteer program. Kathleen is reluctant to do it—she has enough responsibility at home caring for her sick mother. But when she meets Carson, a cute and flirty fellow volunteer, she is happy that she joined the program. Or, at least, she thinks she is. Carsons “old friend” Stephanie keeps showing up at all the wrong times. And Kathleens mother keeps complaining that she needs Kathleen at home. But with friends Raina and Holly by her side and her Pink Angel t-shirt on her back, Kathleen is able to realize that helping others also allows you to help yourself.
From the Hardcover edition.