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The characters needed to grow up and realize their mistakes. What really needed to happen was what finally did at happen at the end, and that is because Adam is the much smater, more mature of the two. Only I had to hunt for instances in which Lori or Adam were spoken of in 3rd person so I could figure out who was speaking. Visit her at Jennifer-Echols. Adam’s probably one of my favorite characters ever! At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

One of my favorite scenes are jennnifer he and his brothers are having a heart to heart brotherly talk. The storyline behind “The Boys Next Door” kennifer the following: It drove me mental that much. And then give endlrss a curfew so she knows never to disobey like that ever again.

Endless Summer

Endless Summer contains two books. Epic book or what? So this is the second time I read this book, but I think it was even better than the first time! How to write a jfnnifer review. Also Adam has A At this point in my life, I’ve given up on young adult.


In the end, Lori and Adam end up together. The one reason that I would recommend the book was the description of the hot guys and the ending not to give anything away, but it fills readers with cheesy romantic gooiness. Guess you’ll have to read Endless Summer to find out. This one is no exception, but I really wish the characters did not have to behave in such crazy ways in order to create the conflict in the story make your dad angry by dating guys who he disapproves of more than your boyfriend, while your boyfriend has to sit around watching; forbid your kids summet talking to one another based on a mistake, even though these kids are neighbors and I really like Jennifer Echols, Going Too Far is a great read, and her romantic comedies are hilarious and adorable.

Adam is not your typical male ya echkls character. Stacking the Shelves and Giveaway Winner Lori’s little schemes dro Okay this was cute. You want some legitimate flirtatious action!

I also guess I was spoiled with my parents and their style of parenting, because Lori’s dad and Adam’s parents made me sooo mad!

The book honestly made me annoyed of the portrayal of teens I know we have “raging hormones” but these teens take it beyond that. This stems from Lori’s father, who becomes co 3.

So in my mind, it’s all kind of the same deal. Return to Book Page.

What follows is a comical ploy full of disaster, mistaken identity and endless fun. After a few more schemes and misunderstandings, Lori finally gets a clue and Adam gets Lori. The setting is summer on a lake, and it is described and done so well! Her crazy-bad ideas were typical teen girl silliness, so points for keeping it real, I guess.


I highly recommend this book to people that like drama, love stories, or summer flings. I guess this shouldn’t have surprised me, but this book was pretty much exactly like the first.

Dreaming In Books: Review: Endless Summer by Jennifer Echols

Jan 23, Jasprit rated it really liked it Shelves: His entire character honestly seemed to flip flop to however it would best suit the plot, which would be fine, if it was actually consistent and made sense. But what will happen if Sean remains immune and Adam seems to have more of a hold on her heart? But they were both enjoyable. She spent her childhood hanging out with them and her brother, being one of the guys. If you’re still wanting to fill the craving of reading about teen woes, here are my suggestions which obviously doesn’t include Endless Summer: Now, on to Endless Summer.

I don’t really like to read and for me to actually finish a book that’s over pages long is saying something. Nov 13, Colleen Whale rated it really liked it. A sweet and irresistible romantic comedy perfect for reading outside on a long summer weekend. And it drove me nuts too! Adam has plans of his own for Lori. Always With a Book. Her breakdown in the end with Sean made sense.

He really got on my nerves.