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vicariously through 17-year-old Pippa as she jets off on a solo trip to Italy.
Pippa is supposed to be spending her summer in an Italian art program but she
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go as planned—especially when she meets her dream Italian guy…and an equally charming American dude.
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The Distance Between Us by Kasie West
This novel is a must if you wanna prepare yourself for your
next summer fling. The story follows Caymen Meyers and her romance with rich
boy Xander. Caymen believes Xander is like all the other rich folk she’s
studied from her mom’s porcelain doll shop, but she starts to see a new side of
him and begins to change her mind. She definitely doesn’t want her mother to
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Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy
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she decides to spend her remaining time ticking off boxes on her bucket list.
But these aren’t just any ordinary items. She has ulterior motives to get revenge
and redeem herself. Alice sees it as her one shot to do things right but when
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Royally Lost by Angie Stanton
If you think your family vacays are crazy, then you haven’t
read this book. Becca would rather be anywhere than on a lengthy trip with her
dad, mom and brother. But then she meets a boy…who happens to be a prince…who
happens to be on the run from his responsibilities. Not your normal family getaway,
right? By the time you finish this book, you won’t have a worry in the world
about your own family road trip.
Open Road Summer by Emery Lord
Imagine hitting the road with your favorite musician, then
add a cute, talented boy to the mix. That’s exactly the kind of summer Reagan
O’Neill is having when she joins her country star bestie Lilah Montgomery on
tour after breaking up with her abusive, untrustworthy boyfriend. Reagan isn’t
exactly a golden girl, so she sets out to create a new image for herself. But
all that’s put on hold when the opening act on Lilah’s tour, Matt Finch, turns
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Past Perfect by Leila Sales
The school year may be coming to a close but that doesn’t
mean you can’t still learn a thing or two, right? Chelsea wants a relaxing
summer full of good hangs, yummy treats and heart healing. Her relationship
with her ex-boyfriend Ezra didn’t end so well, and she was looking forward to
getting over him for good. But when she shows up at her summer job and finds
out that Ezra is working there too, it seems like she’ll be spending the summer
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