10 Weeks [NOOK Book]

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(New Adult)
10 weeks, 3 counselors...summer love shouldn't be this complicated.

Kay-Kay has known Alex since she was first a camper. He's always been her friend, the guy who gets her more than anyone else. Now, she's nineteen and suddenly he's become more. But with so much of her life still ahead of her, Kay-Kay isn't sure if risking her heart will be worth risking her ...
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10 Weeks

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Overview

(New Adult)
10 weeks, 3 counselors...summer love shouldn't be this complicated.

Kay-Kay has known Alex since she was first a camper. He's always been her friend, the guy who gets her more than anyone else. Now, she's nineteen and suddenly he's become more. But with so much of her life still ahead of her, Kay-Kay isn't sure if risking her heart will be worth risking her future.

Jody is not the girl who goes after the hottie. She's the girl who sits in the corner with her steady boyfriend and observes. But when her boyfriend unexpectedly dumps her, and the Irish bartender seems interested... This might have to be her summer of firsts.

Sam doesn't do love. She's tested those waters and has no interest in nearly drowning again. But a summer away from the perfect guy isn't doing anything to heal her heart. Memories of Nate along with his constant texts lead Sam into a self-destructive spiral. And it's only when he forces his way back into her life that she learns the only way to save herself is to open her heart
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015122763
  • Publisher: Next Door Books
  • Publication date: 9/1/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 160,429
  • File size: 486 KB

Meet the Author

JOLENE PERRY wears juvenile T-shirts, worn-out chucks, and eats too much chocolate. She's a mostly YA author of lotsa books, and a shameless maker-upper of words.
JANNA WATTS Writer. Pen name abuser. Rule breaker. Trouble maker. Corrupter of youth ;-)
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  • Posted December 1, 2012

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    Three great stories about life, love and letting it all go! I re

    Three great stories about life, love and letting it all go! I really loved watching all three girls learn and grow. One is bold, the other scared, and the other girl just doesn't care anymore.

    There are three different stories from each girls point of view. My fave was Kay-Kay stories. The reason I love it so much because it was really outside the box. The age difference between the two is not something seen in New Adult. So reading about these two love is really something different.

    Jody learns about herself and others. She finally steps out of her box, doing what she never done before and takes a leap. I love reading about Jody and her life. She put all of her security in others that she doesn't know who she is. The new guy lets her discover who she is and what she wants :)

    Sam is the girl that has seen it all and is done. She doesn't care anymore. I loved that girl struggled so much. And watching her fight and win the struggle is the best. She is running away from a past, scared silly. Of course, running away from your past, it will always come back.

    My only grip, there SHORT! I wish I had more insight on each of there lives. It may be short, still each story is fulfilling

    If you want three great short stories about love, read this book. It has three great girls, all different, all facing unique situations. There are always there for each other and all win in the end. 10 Weeks is a sleek and sexy read that you can not miss. The brilliant collide of three different lives all turn upside down by love takes my breathe away! 10 Weeks is an welcoming romance!!

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  • Posted October 26, 2013

    A well written story of friendship and love told in 3-peice tale

    A well written story of friendship and love told in 3-peice tales, very enjoyable! Kay-Kay, Jody, and Sam are counselors at a summer camp but find true love through their bad pasts

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  • Posted December 10, 2012

    Good Summer Read!

    This was a fun read.

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  • Posted September 18, 2012

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    10 Weeks is part of a new emerging genre called New Adult. I am

    10 Weeks is part of a new emerging genre called New Adult. I am sure you have already heard about this genre and Jolene Perry even discusses above. 10 Weeks is set during 10 weeks of summer camp and is about three girls who are counselors. We’ve got Kay Kay who is 19 and is in love with a man that is 40. Then we’ve got Jody who can’t get over her two-year boyfriend breaking up with her because they now moved in different “directions”. And lastly is Sam, the girl who is running away from the love she thinks she doesn't deserve. Each girl’s part is 60 pages long.

    We start off with Kay Kay. She’s this 19-year-old independent girl who doesn’t care about what anyone thinks. She does what she wants and when she sets her mind on something, or shall I say someone, she usually gets what she wants. Over here it is Alex, the 40-year-old counselor. I enjoyed Kay Kay’s story the most out of all of them because it was definitely unique from the usual YA novels I read. Kay Kay’s story is for the span of all 10 weeks, you also see her conversing with Jody and Sam and you get hints of what is going on in their time at the camp. The next story is about Jody, we go back to the first day of camp. She’s heartbroken over the breakup. However when she lays eyes on the new bartender at The Little Minnow Bar and Grill close to camp. He’s Irish and maybe the distraction she needs? But Jody is a commitment kind of girl and adding in a heartbreak? This relationship was full of hiccups and frustration for me, though I really enjoyed it. Again you can relate to these girls in how they make their decisions; Jody is 20, she’s not reckless and impulsive. She thinks of the consequences and I sometimes miss that in YA novels.

    The last 60 pages stat again at the beginning of camp and this time we see Sam, a clichéd 21-year-old bad girl who is running away from what truly makes her happy because she thinks she doesn’t deserve that. Now here… this is a story I’ve read many times in YA novels, with a little less swearing and bad attitude. I personally enjoyed this story the least since I find it very frustrating, in a bad way, that someone would think so little of themselves that they think they don’t deserve happiness. Overall I really enjoyed 10 Weeks, this is told from three very different girls. Jolene Perry and Janna Watts have written a great New Adult novel that breaks the usual stories of YA novels. I hope they continue on writing more NA novels together or alone because I need more of the NA genre!

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