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Two Nights A Week - Tekla Senior High - cover

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Two Nights A Week - Tekla Senior High

Leigh Jarrett

Publisher: Steambath Press

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Summary

Love at first sight, everlasting throughout time 
Chad Parker, privileged son of a wealthy hotelier, has made the decision to transfer to Tekla Senior High for his graduating year. Events during the summer have made it far too dangerous for him to remain at his old school. But on the very first day, he meets Derek Steeple, and finds himself in exactly the same situation, except this time, the consequences of his actions will forever change the lives of those he loves. 
What readers are saying: 
"Just finished the first three books in the Tekla Senior High series. OMG, emotionally drained right now! Leigh Jarrett, never stop writing!" 
 
"Loved it! Two Nights A Week is romantic, heart-breaking, and beautiful at the end."  
 
"Just read Two Nights A Week and my lord I've not cried so much in so long. Like full on ugly sobs!"

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