Lo Thackery had spent his whole life in North Carolina with his mom, Lillie, until they'd come to Ann Arbor a few years ago so she could earn her PhD. Though Michigan still didn't feel like home, Lo would've moved all over again because his mom had raised him on her own, and she'd been there regardless of what he'd done or what she'd had to give up, and that made her the best mother on the planet. So when Lo woke up on his bedroom floor just after his thirteenth birthday with a killer headache, covered in dirt, and completely naked, he wasn't surprised that Lillie was calm and comforting. What did surprise him was the story she told him afterwards.
Logan Michaels figured life was about as good it was going to get. He wasn't twenty-one anymore, but he still had his pick of women, and he was head of the family business now, so he'd been dealt a pretty good hand. After all, he'd gotten out of Asheville, which meant his father wasn't constantly looking over his shoulder. His life was logical and organized-or it had been until he opened his door and found a kid whose face could have been his own from twenty years before.
Lillie Thackery made a choice nearly fourteen years ago to keep a secret she had never meant to tell. But now Lo's life was threatened, and she had no choice. She had to unearth the memories she had purposely buried and all that came with them-the questions, the guilt, the pain. She'd barely survived the first time. She wasn't sure she could do it again.
The story that first fascinated YA readers in Three Seventeen concludes with To Catch a Wolf.
|Publisher:||Savannah Street Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.69(d)|
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