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Night Sky by Jolene Perry
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Feb 28, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: arcs, e-book, for-review, virtual-book-tour
Read from February 28 to March 03, 2012

This book follows high school Senior Jameson after he lost the only girl he ever loved Sarah, who in turn wanted to date Eric and Jameson helped her achieve her goal no matter how much he felt like his heart was breaking. On the way from the school dance he meets Sky, who shows him brutal honesty and how they get to know each other, and she won't be his rebound from Sarah. Meanwhile Jameson's parents marriage is falling apart Jameson (also known as Jay) finds out his father is having an affair and is in love with another woman and Jay's mom. Jameson does a huge turn around in this book, accepting that what he loved about Sarah in the end wasn't enough to replace Sky, that sometimes love means forgiving the bad things that happen. And how love is about second chances which is what he does with Sky when she reveals a big secret to him. Also what Jay's mom does with her husband. I really enjoyed the relationship between Jay and Sky and Jay and his mom. Was great seeing a book that touched deeply on a love between mother and son. What a great book, I really enjoyed it!
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