Monday, 23 September 2013

The Summer of Me & You by Rae Hachton The Summer of Me & You

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Kaleb has loved Kayleigh ever since first grade, even if he's never admitted it to anyone. Not even himself. But this summer, that's about to change. 

Kaleb's had a troubled past, and Kayleigh's life has always been perfect. He'd love nothing more than to be the guy who ruins it all, and make her fall for him against her mother's wishes. 

Kayleigh is a complete nerd. She's got the glasses to prove it. She just knows that a guy like Kaleb would never really want to be with a girl like her. So she's going to avoid him at all costs. 

But then why do they always end up hanging out together? 

When a secret that both their parents kept from them comes out, it will define the true meaning of love. 

But when this summer ends, will Kaleb and Kayleigh have to say goodbye, or is this just the beginning of many more summers to come?

The Summer of Me & YouThe Summer of Me & You by Rae Hachton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was such a beautiful tale. Of Growth in every aspect of the main characters lives. Of family, struggles and overcoming them. Perfectly captured the back and forth of a teenage romance. Wonderfully written as expected from Rae Hachton. A great addition to any book fanatic who loves romance with a little more than the traditional soppy stuff. Written from both the main characters point of view - keeps it real and interesting!

Favorite quote
"In Life, there is this thing called probability.
Out of all the uncertain there lies a chance, no matter how small, that maybe - just maybe, whatever it is you want will be yours.
You're a dreamer and dreams come true. That's their purpose. But sometimes, you realize its more like stardust. Let me tell you about what I know.
Stardust - the dreams of the universe that didn't come true were held so tightly in the hearts of the cosmos that they incinerated and became ash - but not just ash, they'd ignited into glittering magic dust because the dreamer still believed in their dreams enough that he was still able to hold something beautiful in his hands at the end."

Beautiful isn't it?

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