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#4. A Midsummers Nightmare By Kody Keplinger

Posted: by Jaydon on August 16, 2016

Hey Readers! The review for "A Midsummer's Nightmare" is finally here! Don't forget to subscribe to my blog if haven't already! Keep an eye out for my next review, "DUFF" By Kody Keplinger.

#4. A Midsummers Nightmare By Kody Keplinger

Hey Readers!  Don't forget to subscribe to my blog if haven't already!

This book has gotten me completely hooked on all of Kody Keplinger’s books! I loved it because it’s a perfect story about overcoming obstacles in your life and no matter how big they are you can get around them if you try.  I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!

Whitley Johnson isn’t a “Good Girl” by any standards. In fact, she is anything but that. When Whitley goes to her Dad’s for the summer before going off to college, she realizes her Dad’s left out a few key details about this summer and Whitley’s not too happy about that. Why isn’t she happy you ask? Maybe (just maybe) it’s the fact that he’s getting married that fall or that maybe his fiancée’s son was Whitley’s one night stand from graduation?  Whitley doesn’t know how to deal with that, actually she doesn’t know how to deal with anything so she parties until she can’t party any harder.  Maybe it won’t be that peachy summer that Whitley was expecting after all.

Find out what Whitley has in store for her in “A Midsummer's Nightmare”!

Happy Reading!

~ Jaydon

 

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