Unforgettable Summer: So Inn Love and Better Latte Than Never
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Summer is supposed to be a time for sun, friends, and independence . . . but for two teenage girls in this bind-up of two irresistibly romantic novels it's also the season for drama. Between new friends, demanding bosses, and potential first loves, it's sure to be a summer to remember.
In So Inn Love, Liza McKenzie has landed her dream job working at the Tides Inn. But fitting in with the "inn" crowd isn't always easy, especially when the hotel's cutest employee keeps sending mixed messages. . . .
And in Better Latte Than Never, Peggy Fleming Farrell didn't plan to spend the summer as barista in a gas station coffee shop because she owes her parents money after crashing two cars. She is determined to make the best of a bad situation, though, and the first step to saving her summer is getting the boy she's been pining for to finally notice her. After all, at this point what does she have to lose?
This bind-up features two repackaged fan-favorite novels that are sure to delight readers of Stephanie Perkins, Jennifer Echols, and, of course, Catherine Clark.
“Really,” I said. “Come on, let’s go to the top deck.” “We can’t get up there,” I said. Never mind the fact that I don’t know if I’m even talking to you. The deck was connected to the Inn’s biggest and best room, the honeymoon suite, and could only be used by guests who were staying there or for private parties. I’d never even seen it, not on our tour, because Miss Crossley said it was off-limits. “The room’s not rented tonight. I have a pass key,” Hayden said. I considered my options as we
picked up my backpack from the sand and tossed it to me. “Unless you’d rather swim in your clothes? Or without them?” “Fat chance. I’ll be back in a minute,” I told him. We raced each other to be first into the ocean. It was becoming a tradition with us—except this time, for once, I won. I wasn’t sure if that was a good thing as I came up gasping for air. I’d definitely chosen a cold spot to dive into. “Did they lose their lease on decent temperature water, too?” I asked. “The current must
I had a little accident. Dropped my tray. Screeched when I did it. Fortunately it was on carpet, but I got splashed.” “So you’re in here recovering from spillage?” Claire asked. “You could say that.” I brushed a speck of lint off my black skirt, part of my official catering gear uniform. “You could also say that I’m recovering from seeing Hayden with Zoe. I mean, what is that?” I wandered over to the kitchen doorway and looked out at the scene. Yup, Hayden and Zoe were still sitting next to
caught them. “Oh, well. I’m not going to worry about it, I’m sure he’ll call. Let’s head back. Unless you want to grab an ice cream first?” “Aren’t you worried at all?” I asked as I climbed into the van through the sliding door. Hayden turned around from the front seat, a puzzled expression on his face. “Aren’t you going to sit up here?” “No, I hadn’t planned on it,” I said. “Well, it just feels weird, like I’m a taxi driver.” “Well. Aren’t you?” Hayden narrowed his eyes at me. “You know,
house the same way again,” Richard said. “I had thought it was a bunch of old money, but now it’s a lot creepier.” I thought of the time Caroline and I had met a Crandall cousin when we were taking a kayak class offered by the yacht club. Afterward we’d decided to go visit him, so we’d gone up to the Crandalls’ house, rung the doorbell, and then ran away when we chickened out. I think a butler came to the door. I’m not sure, because my view had been blocked by the hedge I’d hid behind. I