5 out of 5 Stars
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This has twist that I didn’t see coming which gives it 5 stars. This story by the little blurb about it doesn’t to it justice. The characters are great but I have to say I hate Eric and can’t believe I’m the only one going No No No. I can’t wait till the next one come out and can only hope that she is not with Eric. I would love to say more but feel doing to will give you spoilers that will not give you this great book experience!! Read the book.
Reviewed by Brave One
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Seventeen-year-old Sophia Bandell is scared of boys and her biggest fear is dying. Boys make her uncomfortable and itchy and dying is …well …dying.
Sophia is surprised when her long lost friend calls her, inviting her to spend the summer with her on the beach at Charleston.
When a plastic saucer hits her in the head one day as she’s sunbathing, she has no idea it will forever change the course of her life. It is there she comes face to face with the impres-sive Tate Forester.
She is scared and …itchy, but he’s gorgeous and she can’t shake him from her mind. They begin dating and Sophia soon knows he’s the one.
But things turn dark when she finds out Tate really isn’t the person he says he is, and the real reason her friend has brought her here is to teach her about life after death.
This everlasting summer on the beach gives Sophia a taste of first love—the happiness as well as the heartbreak.
About the Author:
L.K. Kuhl lives in Nebraska with her husband Gene of twenty-nine years, young son, Nathan, and Greg, their Black Lab dog. She has two older daughters, Morgan and Brittani and son-in-law, Trevor. L.K. has been writing for over twenty years. She first began writing children’s books and poetry, moved on to writing music, and is now writing Young Adult and Adult novels. She loves spending time with her family, vacationing, writing, reading, and taking long walks. It’s the characters who write their own stories in her novels, and she is just their messenger, sharing it with the world.