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Summary

Seventeen year old Kayleigh is on vacation with her parents and her sister Rylie. They spend the whole summer at Myrtle Beach, SC. That is when she meets him... All Kayleigh wants before Summer ends is one dance. Just one dance with him before she never gets to see him again. Will she ever get her dance? This book is a great love story for Teens and Young Adults Everywhere!!

©2013 RyAnn Adams Hall (P)2014 RyAnn Adams Hall

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Couldn't Even Get Through the First Chapter

Would you try another book written by RyAnn Adams Hall or narrated by Hope Caree Bromley?

No

Would you ever listen to anything by RyAnn Adams Hall again?

Not sure, the narration is terrible on this one!

How did the narrator detract from the book?

As above, really not enjoying the narrator

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

As above, not going to finish listening...

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