Edinette's Reviews > Tan Lines: Sand, Surf, and Secrets; Rays, Romance, and Rivalry; Beaches, Boys, and Betrayal

Tan Lines by Katherine Applegate
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Jun 26, 11

bookshelves: contemporary, young-adult-romance
Read from June 24 to 26, 2011

** spoiler alert ** Slightly peeved that I read this out of order, seeing this is the 3rd book, not the 2nd.

Although I was a bit confused at the start about who was Austin and when did Diver and Marquez get together, overall I was still able to follow and keep up.
It was a great addition to the series and the ending was nice and sweet, as I expected.

My favorite twist in the plot was finding out that Jared, the supposed injured man that Summer companions for, turns out to be Adam, the son of the rich senator she dated briefly in the fist book.

I liked the different conflicts, for they kept things interesting.

I suppose reading the actual 2nd book Spring Break would have been of great benifit and cleared up some things, but in all, it was good.

Off to read the 2nd book now!
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