Lessons in Love

Lessons in Love

by Emily Franklin
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Overview

Lessons in Love by Emily Franklin

It’s Love’s final year at Hadley Hall—has she learned all she needs to get by?
Who said senior year was simple? No longer a day student at Hadley Hall, Love Bukowski’s about to move into the dorms—with none other than her archenemy, Lindsay Parrish. Love must deal with Lindsay’s rules as head monitor; her handsome boyfriend, Charlie, returning to Harvard; and her ex Jacob giving her the cold shoulder. On the bright side, Love has a new look, a new feel, and best of all, she’s going to be reunited with her mom and half-sister, Sadie. The boys of summer (or fall) may come and go, but Love’s faith in family and her passion for writing stay steady. It may be the end of high school, but there will always be lessons in Love . . . 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781480452275
Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween
Publication date: 11/12/2013
Series: Principles of Love , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 12 - 18 Years

About the Author

Emily Franklin is the author of Liner Notes and a story collection, The Girls’ Almanac. She is also the author or coauthor of over a dozen young adult books including The Half-Life of Planets (nominated for YALSA’s Best Book of the Year) and Tessa Masterson Will Go to Prom (named to the 2013 Rainbow List). A former chef, she wrote the cookbook-memoir Too Many Cooks: Kitchen Adventures with 1 Mom, 4 Kids, and 102 Recipes to chronicle a year in the life of new foods, family meals, and heartache around the table. Her fiction and essays have appeared in the Boston Globe, Monkeybicycle, the Mississippi Review, Post Road Magazine, Carve Magazine, and Word Riot, as well as on National Public Radio, among others. Her recipes have been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, and on many food websites. She lives with her husband, four kids, and one-hundred-sixty-pound dog outside of Boston.
Emily Franklin is the author of Liner Notes and a story collection, The Girls’ Almanac. She is also the author or coauthor of over a dozen young adult books including The Half-Life of Planets (nominated for YALSA’s Best Book of the Year) and Tessa Masterson Will Go to Prom (named to the 2013 Rainbow List). A former chef, she wrote the cookbook-memoir Too Many Cooks: Kitchen Adventures with 1 Mom, 4 Kids, and 102 Recipes to chronicle a year in the life of new foods, family meals, and heartache around the table. Her fiction and essays have appeared in the Boston Globe, Monkeybicycle, the Mississippi ReviewPost Road Magazine, Carve Magazine, and Word Riot, as well as on National Public Radio, among others. Her recipes have been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, and on many food websites. She lives with her husband, four kids, and one-hundred-sixty-pound dog outside of Boston.

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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
Love's just about to start her senior year. She's feeling nostalgic and thinking deeply of all the last firsts passing her by. Love's also trying to cope with dorm life after living with her father.

Love's focused on her writing and wonders if she's got what it takes to be a writer. She's dying to get into a super-exclusive writing class, but first she has to write a short story that will change the professor's mind.

Now that Love's found her family and is sorting out those relationships, she's starting to focus on her love life. LESSONS IN LOVE forces Love to ask herself questions about her relationship with Charlie and also her feelings for Jacob. In asking so many questions, Love forgets to live in the moment, especially as it's not the moment she's imagined.

Emily Franklin writes another thought-provoking episode in the saga of Love.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is not a let down for all those fans who have been following this series. Sadly, its the end. It leaves so many questions left open like, what happens with her and dalton? the beverly award? college? lindsey, but overall its a great book as is usually provided. I guess its almost better she leaves it up to the readers imagination because then we can take love's life where we want it to go.