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Set in the 1960's and '70's this is a story of love and betrayal. It begins with the high school romance between Michael, an underprivileged all-star athlete, and Meg, an only child in an upper-middle-class home. Determined to flee an abusive parent, Michael abruptly departs their small hometown in Michigan immediately after graduation to play football for USC. Before he l ...more
Paperback, 311 pages
Published by Willowrose Publishing (first published October 26th 2010)
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Melissa Myers
Jan 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
Good but upsetting book. Yet another tragic tale of why having too much pride is never a good thing. I admit I threw the book a couple of times over frustration at the main characters and the way they acted but I think a good book evokes either an emotion or is thought-provoking and Armstrong definitely made me feel strong emotions. The ending leaves you hanging for the sequel, "Truly, Everything", which I started immediately after finishing this book. Another admission: I read the first 20 or s ...more
Jen
Aug 31, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This was a "can not put it down" book for me. Really enjoyed this book!
Marion Cornett
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Absolutely loved the ending. Inspired.
Gretchen
Feb 19, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Y/A fiction from a brand new author. My daughter read it yesterday too and LOVED it!! Definitely recommend for teens. Can't wait for the sequel!
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J. R. Armstrong was born and raised in Michigan. She found her passion for writing in the 5th grade.
After graduating from Olivet College she got married and lived with her husband in various cities around the United States, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic as he was an athletic trainer in baseball.
They have settled back in Michigan where J. R. continues to write.
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