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Shelves: , next-door , sweet-romance , favorites This is why I read YA books - to get this feeling of joy, of happiness, of love.. Because I simply LOVE feeling my head so light and having my heart skip a beat remembering how it felt to fall in love for the first time and every time after that. I really like stories like this, that get you through every stage of a young relationship; that make you hold your breath for the romantic moments, for the first kiss; that make you smile at all the silliness and cuteness of the couple; that make you This is why I read YA books - to get this feeling of joy, of happiness, of love.. I really like stories like this, that get you through every stage of a young relationship; that make you hold your breath for the romantic moments, for the first kiss; that make you smile at all the silliness and cuteness of the couple; that make you ache for them when they are in trouble and fall apart; that make you love them more when they get back together, much stronger as a couple, much more in love, knowing themselves better, accepting each other with the good and the bad, feeling their love grow with every page, with every word There were so many emotions radiating through these pages, with all that drama and those tangled situations that I almost didn't see a way to end the story well.
When Grace leaves town for a campaign event, Samantha invites Jase to her house, and they have sex for the first time. Although Tim was good at the job, he hated working for Clay because of Clay's manipulative campaign tactics and his plans to destroy the opponent's political career.
Tim feels he has done enough bad things in his life and does not want to add to it by being a part of Clay's plans. Samantha soon discovers that Nan habitually cheats on tests and that all her award-winning papers and essays have been stolen from Tim.
When Samantha confronts her, Nan becomes angry and ends their friendship. Samantha attends a political event a few days later where both Grace and Clay have been drinking.
Since she has had less to drink than Clay, Grace volunteers to drive home, and Samantha falls asleep in the back seat.
She wakes up when the car hits something and Grace screams. Clay exits the car and then instructs Grace to put the car in reverse and pull away. He tells Samantha to go back to sleep and assures her and her mother that they haven't hit anything. A short time later, Jase calls Samantha and asks her to baby-sit the younger children. Samantha learns that Mr. Garrett has been a victim of a hit-and-run and is unconscious in the hospital.
Samantha pushes away the thought that Grace could have hit Mr. Garrett with her car, but a week later, she overhears Clay and Grace talking about the accident. Grace tells Clay that what they have done does not feel right, but Clay assures her that she can do more good for more people if she is re-elected.
When Grace walks away, Clay confronts Samantha because he knows she has been listening. He tells her that the Republican Party is interested in Grace because she has looks, style and substance, and that she could easily become a national candidate. But if anyone finds out about the accident, her mother could be arrested.
After the accident, the Garrett household is in turmoil. Garrett and the older children are frequently at the hospital, and Samantha baby-sits when she can. The younger children start acting out, and Jase is extremely stressed out about his family's situation. Additionally, there are financial concerns because the Garretts have no health insurance, Mrs.
Garrett is pregnant and the hardware store has been struggling to turn a profit. Samantha is wracked with guilt over what she knows. She tries to talk to her mom and Clay again about how wrong it is for them to hide this accident, but Clay threatens to pull some of the Garretts' hardware store contracts if Samantha does not breakup with Jase. This would place the family in even more dire financial straits, so she tells Jase that she can't see him anymore.
After the breakup, Samantha becomes depressed, quits her jobs and spends hours in her room. When Tim comes over to talk, Samantha tells him everything. Tim convinces Samantha to tell Jase the truth, which she does, and Jase forgives her. Clay tries to convince Jase that they should all keep the secret because if Grace suffers, Samantha will suffer, too. Both Samantha and Jase refuse to keep silent, so Clay suggests spinning the situation by planning a press conference where Grace would confess what she did.
He says everyone loves a repentant sinner. Jase doesn't agree to the plan, and he and Samantha leave. When Grace decides to talk to the Garretts, Clay disagrees and they break up.
After Grace confesses everything to Mrs. Garrett, the Garretts hold a family meeting and decide to keep the matter private.
Grace agrees to cover all of Mr. Garrett's medical bills and the additional expenses of hiring someone to work at the hardware store. She also agrees to drop out of the race. When Grace announces that she is selling the house, it doesn't bother Samantha. What she has with Jase is real, and that won't change. While taking the practice SATs at the local high school, Samantha notices Nan wearing several good luck charms, including the cross she received for her communion. Teasing her, Samantha asks Nan where Buddha and Zeus are.
Nan tells Samantha that she would burn sage, embrace Scientology and wear a Kabbalah bracelet if any of it would help her get a high score. Authority Roles Samantha never met her father, who left the family before she was born. Grace Reed portrays a warm and caring image to her constituents but is cold and strict with her daughters. Both Samantha and her older sister realize that their mother finds it hard to be a parent. Grace tells Samantha that her daughters are the best things that ever personally happened to her, but there is more to life than personal things, and she does not want them to be the only things that ever happen to her.
Grace disapproves of their new neighbors, and a few months after they move in, she builds a 6-foot wall between their properties. When Samantha learns that Grace hit Mr.
Garrett with her car, Grace tells Samantha that a scandal could end her political career and that she is very important to the people of Connecticut. Clay Tucker, Grace's political adviser and boyfriend, planned to reveal that Grace's opponent had been charged with drunk driving even though it happened 30 years earlier.
When Tim quits working on Grace's campaign, his mother tells him he is a loser. For Mr. Garrett, spending time with their children is a top priority. Samantha asks Jase what it's like to have two happy parents.
He tells her that having "together" parents is all he knows, and he can't imagine not having them. Garrett openly talks to Jase about sex.
Jesus' name is also taken in vain several times. Profanity used includes the f-word, s, h, d--n, b--ch, and a--hole. The thought usually grosses her out. Grace is unusually agreeable to Clay's suggestions, which prompts Nan to ask Samantha if sex is what caused the changes in Grace's attitude and demeanor. Tim is surprised when he learns that Grace is dating, saying that he thought she had confined herself to a vibrator and the shower nozzle since Samantha's dad left.
Tim teases Samantha and his sister about being virgins, and after he finds out Samantha and Jase are dating, he makes several lewd comments about them having sex. After Grace initially won the election and became a state senator, she spent a lot of time away from Samantha and Tracy. Samantha said Tracy went through a period of rebellion where she experimented with drugs and drinking, shoplifted and slept with many boys. Although she has heard a health-class lecture on sex, seen R-rated movies, listened to her sister brag about how many times a day she and boyfriend Flip can have sex and has read books with sexual scenes, Samantha thinks there is still much she does not know about sex.
She wonders if instinct will take over, if sex will be good right away, if you have to acquire a taste for it, if sex will hurt the first time and how long birth-control pills take to be effective.
Samantha discovers that Flip once dated Jase's sister Alice, but they broke up because Alice had sex with his tennis partner. At the end of the book, Tracy announces to her mother that Flip has transferred schools so he can be with her, and they will be living together during their freshman year of college.
Samantha remembers that her ex-boyfriend Michael was Catholic and would kiss and grope her, but would immediately feel guilty and blame her for his feelings. Her other ex-boyfriend, Charley, was always hoping for sex. Samantha and Jase kiss several times, and as their relationship progresses, they undress. While kissing in their underwear, Jase becomes aroused and is embarrassed by it.
Samantha tells him not be embarrassed because she loves him. He tells her that he loves her, too. Jase tells Samantha that he put a lock on his door, knowing that he planned to have sex with Samantha. His father asked him about it. Then Mr. Garrett tells Jase about being responsible and making sure that both parties experience mutual pleasure.
He is the cutest boy ever!! He is smart and sweet and so damn lovely; I wanted to kiss him, to hug him, to take him home and adopt him. He made me laugh so damn much and he deserves all the love and the fans he can get. He was troubled, but he was such a nice guy.
I didn't know he was supposed to have so much impact in this story, so it was a great surprise and I loved all the moments with him. This brings me somehow back to his sister, Nan - the very opposite of him. We didn't get to know how things eneded with her, but things like this happen all the time.
You have friends until one day you don't have them anymore. This being said, this book was awesome. I loved it and i can't wait to read more from this author. I still wonder what would I do in Sam's shoes. I am definitely not sure. I know that when you fall in love you think that you deserve happiness and you probably do , and when something so dark comes upon your love you need to have all the luck on your side to make things right again. Again not sure if this was the way to do it.
I agree that these things can be handled privately - scandals and fights are so not my thing, but anyways it is a shame that someone might need to get to something like that, that someone might suffer not only one person, but many more; not only one family, but two.
So, let's welcome Huntley Fitzpatrick in this fabulous world of books! I really can't wait for more awesomeness written by her, so Happy writing Huntley and happy reading you guys!