Summer Girls

Summer Girls

by Hailey Abbott


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Slather on your sunscreen and slip on your shades! The NEW YORK TIMES bestselling Summer Boys series spins off into a hot new era--and an even hotter new summer!

In SUMMER BOYS, Beth, Ella, and Kelsi ruled Pebble Beach. Now it's time for 3 new girls to rock the summer.

JESSICA: Liam is the cutest guy I've ever seen and he loves the beach as much as I do. So how do I show him I'd make a better girlfriend than friend?

GREER I could be tanning on glam French beaches, but instead I'm "family-bonding" in Maine. At least the boys are hot - especially Brady. So what if he has a clingy ex-girlfriend?

LARA: Just my luck. I've fallen hard for the one boy who's totally off limits. If only I could stop kissing him...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780545102681
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 05/01/2009
Series: Summer Girls Series
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)
Lexile: HL700L (what's this?)
Age Range: 14 Years

About the Author

Hailey Abbott is the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of the SUMMER BOYS series. She grew up in California but now lives in New York City...but still loves nothing more than writing while on the beach.

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Summer Girls 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
The Tuttle family makes their way back to Maine for the summer, after the cabins have been rebuilt. Jessie can't wait to spend summer flirting with boys, soaking up the sun, and connecting with her two cousins. She's expecting magic. Magic doesn't come easy. She falls for a guy, who treats her as one of the guys. She's hanging out with his brother in hopes that he will finally notice her. Is she too busy throwing herself at Liam that she completely misses another boy? Her cousin, Lara, is so new to the family that she falls for a boy before she realizes he's her step-cousin. She can't stop thinking about him. Greer is new to the family and only in Maine while her parents work through their marital issues. Usually a heart-breaker, she finds a boy that intrigues her. Immediately, he makes a snap decision about her and she's up to the challenge of proving him wrong. Will it be a summer of disappointed romances and backstabbing cousins, or will it be a summer to remember? Hailey Abbott starts SUMMER GIRLS three years after the fire burned down the family cottage. A new generation of Tuttle girls is ruling the beach and the guys this summer. Abbott again nails the perfect summer novel.
ijustswannadance More than 1 year ago
omg this book was so good.... it makes u laugh,smile,and even make little tears in your eyes this is just the 1st of the new series summer girls and it makes u want more when u get into the book u wont let it down its a must read 4 any girl who luvs boys ,family and gud fun
stephxsu on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
In Pebble Beach, Maine, summer is about to get hot and nasty. Jessica, the All-American athlete with the killer body, has set her eyes on Liam, the local playboy, and is willing to do anything to get to him¿including getting information out of his younger brother, Connor.Jessica¿s cousin, the glam New York fashionista Greer, arrives in Pebble Beach reluctantly while her parents are in the midst of a divorce, but perks up when she¿s challenged to win the heart of Brady, who sees past her airs and looks. However, Brady has an ex-girlfriend who is just a step short of Satan¿s spawn¿And finally, Lara, whose mom has just recently married Jessica¿s uncle, is surprised when she falls for a wonderful guy on the first day of summer. It could be the perfect romance¿except for one tiny little fact: Drew is Jessica¿s older brother, and thus her cousin. How will the summer turn out for the three girls?Let¿s just say off the bat that I don¿t like this type of book. I prefer to read literature that¿s slightly more intellectual than describing the boys as ¿Abercrombie-hot¿ and throwing out a bunch of classy brand names to describe a girl¿s wardrobe. SUMMER GIRLS has both of those and more. The characters are all ¿types¿: the sporty-hot chick, the glam-hot chick, the offbeat-hot chick, the playboy-hot guy, the sporty-hot guy, the wholesome-boy-next-door-hot guy¿have I been clear enough yet?I don¿t even mind character types as long as they are done well, as long as we can put ourselves in their shoes and see where they are coming from in their thoughts and actions. But you don¿t really get to do that with SUMMER GIRLS. Individually I can believe each of these girls¿ stories and maybe even enjoy them, but when you throw them together and insist that they go from practically strangers to BFFs in the course of several very turbulent weeks without adequately exploring the dynamics of their friendships and family, well, I have a problem.Still, the summer is coming up, and Hailey Abbott¿s series has done well in years past. SUMMER GIRLS will find its audience in the hordes of preteen girls who want to live vicariously¿read: have random hookups, get their hearts broken by summer flings, and wrap everything up neatly at the end of the season¿while in reality they¿re stuck on an unexciting beach with their unexciting, same-old, same-old family.
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Best book ever, I read Summer boys and complete fell in love with the saga, so it was only natural that I read summer girls, and I am so glad I did. Abbott has total out done herself with this one.