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A moment can change everything...Charlotte Gates is tired of being Charlie Rae. She loves the lake she was raised on, their rental cabins, and spending her nights under the stars…but inside she yearns for more. After his freshman year, Nathaniel Chase’s family spends their first summer at The Village. From the beginning Charlotte intrigues him. She’s the girl who always says what’s on her mind, wins at night games, and gets lost in the sky, each time she looks through her telescope. Over the course of four summers together, Charlotte and Nathaniel become best friends, share firsts, mend broken hearts, protect each other’s secrets, overcome tragedies…fall in love. And say goodbye…Charlotte wants out of The Village. Nate wants her to have her stars. And they dream of being able to do it all together. But life isn’t as easy as their summers. Each summer is told in alternating points of view between Charlotte and Nate. Journey with the pair, and their friends, as they share their story about growing up, discovering who they are, making tough choices, and falling in love again and again.

©2013 Nyrae Dawn (P)2013 Audible Inc.

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  • Wanda Haithcock
  • 06-02-21

awesome

Best Book I've read or listened too in a long time. Awesome read highly recommended.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-01-21

love love love

this book was so sweet and gave my stomach wonderful butterflies, the narration was perfect!!

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  • Ryan Mauricio
  • 28-03-20

A little corny but a decent easy read

The author tried putting a lot of serious subjects into the story and then kinda fell short of the depth needed to reinforce the seriousness of the topics. Its a cute story with a HEA for teens and it reads at a teen level of maturity.