This Entangled Teen Crush book contains references to missed connections, mistaken identities, and lots of misbehavior. It may give you all the swoony feels. Can the write guy be the right guy? Dakota McCloud has just been accepted into a prestigious art school. Soon she'll leave behind the artists' colony where she grew up-hippie dad, tofu since birth, yurt-and join her boyfriend and best friend on the East Coast. It was the plan...until Dakota finds out her boyfriend and best friend hooked up behind her back. Hurt and viciously betrayed, Dakota pours out her heart on a piece of paper, places it in a bottle, and hurls it into the ocean. But it doesn't quite go where she expects...Jack Sauvage finds the bottle washed up on the shore and responds to Dakota's letter. Except what if his straight-laced life doesn't jive with the free-spirited girl he's only seen from afar? As Jack creates a persona he believes she'll love, they slowly fall for each other with each new letter. Now Jack is trying to find a way to make this delicate, on-paper romance happen in real life...without revealing his deception.The dappled light washing over my windshield and the curves of Bodega highway lull me into a reckless complacency. ... Finally I park the Volvo and turn off the engine. Slipping my laptop out of my bag, I slide it under the passenger seat. I check to make sure Ia#39;ve got my journal and a pen in my bag, get out of the car, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Truth About Jack|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2015-04-14|