We'll Always Have Summer

Cover We'll Always Have Summer
Genres: Fiction
Now that we had our guest list, the next thing I needed to do was mail off our invitations. It almost seemed silly to bother with invitations when we had so few guests, but a mass e-mail didn’t feel quite right either. I got the invitations from David’s Bridal. They were white with light turquoise shells, and all I had to do was run them through the printer. And poof, wedding invitations. Conrad opened the sliding door and stepped into the kitchen. His gray T-shirt was soaked in sweat, so I guessed he’d gone for a run. “Good run?” I asked him. “Yeah,” he said, looking surprised. He looked at my stack of envelopes and asked, “Wedding invitations?” “Yup. I just need to go get stamps.” Pouring himself a glass of water, he said, “I need to go into town and get a new drill at the hardware store. The post office is on the way. I can get your stamps.” It was my turn to look surprised. “Thanks,” I said, “but I want to go and see what kind of love stamps they have.”
We'll Always Have Summer
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Guest a year ago

The whole series was one giant, amazing rollercoaster ride of emotions. The author's impeccable way of describing that teenage angst and unreciprocated first love is just as intense as the very experiences themselves. Despite each of their flaws and imperfections, one can't help but to love, sympathize with and feel for the characters. The twists, the turns, the heartbreaks.. The memories, the joy and the laughter... Truly a journey worth remembering and reliving over and over again. "Infinity."

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