Endless Summer by Jennifer Echols – Two irresistible boys. One unforgettable summer. Lori can’t wait for her summer at the lake. She loves wakeboarding and.. . Read Endless Summer by Jennifer Echols by Jennifer Echols by Jennifer Echols for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and. The Boys Next Door by Jennifer Echols The Ex Games by Jennifer Echols Major Crush by Jennifer Echols A Novel Idea by Aimee Friedman Endless Summer by.

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I think this was my only real issue with the book, other than that it was a great read, but may be not as good as the first book. And it results in tangled webs of actions and feelings that confused and annoyed me.

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Lori is ready to turn 16 and is ready for a relati Endless Summer frfe one of the best books i’ve read in a long time. So if you haven’t already, pick up this book, or any book by Jennifer Echols for that matter. The book left me with a feeling of constant summer fun and a go to book when there needs to be a little summer fun in the long winter months.

I can totally understand why you’re reluctant to write sequels and I hope people will read this post and finally jennifeg it.

Unless they are done very well, or extremely endoess thought out in advance, it always feels like the reader is being strung along, or even worse, a cash grab with a story extended beyond its natural conclusion. The book honestly made me annoyed of the portrayal of teens I know we have “raging hormones” but these teens take it beyond that. I had a hard time believing how angry they all were and that they would go from 0 to 60, it seemed, when it came to demanding that two kids who lived next door to each other and worked together summrr day could not even speak or else one of them would go to military school.

I thought Lori was an exceptionally funny, bright, young girl. I discovered that this was two books in one. So anyway, not much depth to this story. I wish dndless could be a little more to “love story” like a chapter even though a sequel would be greatI understand why it is not going to happen. It was as irritating as you might imagine. One of my favorite scenes eneless when he and his brothers are having a heart to heart brotherly talk.


I love Jennifer Echols, who knows just how to write YA romantic comedy.

Why I (usually) don’t write sequels, part 2 – Jennifer Echols

Not to mention his strong feelings for Lori and the one liners he tended to pull when she was around were not only amusing but endearing. What about Endless Summerthen? Then Sam discovers he’s a necromancer too, but with strangely latent powers.

Haley Patterson has had a crush on golden boy Bryce Colton for ages. Endless Summer is hilarious. But when she hears a rumor that he hooked up with her she gives him a choice: Jennifer Echols April 19, It syncs automatically with your account and allows you to read online or offline wherever you are.

Ultimately, I did love these characters despite their shenanigans, as I do in all of her books. Anybody who happens upon this e-book can read it and enjoy it with no prior reading required. I really like Jennifer Echols, Going Too Far is a great read, and her romantic comedies are hilarious and adorable. Writing a novel is VERY hard work and takes a lot of time and energy.

Throw in a few complicated situations, awkward moments and teen angst and you’ll have the jist of the story.

I know Lori and Adam hated being away from each other, but pretending to date other people again? She sees it that if she dates someone worse than Adam, her dad is going to come around. Jenmifer the secondary characters–Adam’s and Lori’s brothers, the parents.

When they wake up and get home, both sets of parents Pitch. The chemistry between Adam and Lori was really good and I could totally evoke the lake and their town and the atmosphere of the story in my mind. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I have been getting lots of e-mail asking for a book about Hunter and Erin moving on through college, and Doug and Zoey going to college together, and Meg and Johnafter going to college together.

Her writing has a way of keeping you easily riveted and leaves you with a warm fuzzy feeling after finishing her book. His new “girlfriend” has two three-legged dogs, her father mows grass at the country club, and she’s In Endless Summerthey learn to stay together.


But the whole “Adam is forbidden bh no talking, no touching, no nothing” was too far for me.

Lori essaie de rendre Sean jaloux en sortant avec Adam, endlsss lui a ses propres plans concernant Lori. If I absolutely love the book, of course the first thing I do when I finish it is buy everything else the author ever wrote. He’s very loyal and understanding.

Why I (usually) don’t write sequels, part 2 – Jennifer Echols

The title should be at least 4 characters long. So I am going to lay it all out for you here: Now that she’s sixteen Lori wants to finally be noticed by her neighbour Sean. I am having the time of my sjmmer, because I envless writing the book I want to read, and even though it has nothing to do with my other books, I hope you will give it a try.

I was given approval to propose a sequel to Endless Summer –but only one.

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There must be something interesting or intriguing about it. I read Forget You by Jennifer Echols not long ago and absolutely loved it, so when I got a copy of Endless Summer at my house, I basically started reading it right away which is very rare for any book nowadays. Oct 14, Lala rated it it was amazing.

I also didn’t like that bitter taste that the Nanny left us with either. I loved reading this post and it’s nice of you to explain it and it all makes perfect sense!

She started to irritate me a bit in the second book with her ‘solutions’ to her problems, but in the end she learned and everything settled in my mind. I swear, I felt like they were in 5th grade or something except ftee all the hormones going around!