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Letting Go - Full Hearts Series #25 - cover

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Letting Go - Full Hearts Series #25

MJ Summers

Publisher: Gretz Corp

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Summary

The touching & hilarious short story prequel to Breaking Clear & The Break-up 
Readers of Breaking Love (Full Hearts Book 2) fell in love with Harper Young, as Megan Sullivan’s feisty, fun, and foul-mouthed best friend. Now is your chance to travel back in time to meet the two best friends as gawky teenagers trying to navigate the choppy waters of adolescence, betrayal, and heartache. 
It’s 1994, and Harper Young is a typical fifteen-year-old girl in love with two things: fashion and the boy next door, Evan Donovan. Counting down the days until summer vacation, she plans to spend the next three months laying out in her backyard in her bikini, just in case Evan happens to come outside. 
Little does she know that her mother is about to cause a shocking scandal that will rock the entire state of Colorado and change the course of Harper’s life forever. Now instead of trying to get noticed, Harper needs to hide. 
Join Harper as she learns that the best way to protect herself is to run from her past and never fall in love.

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