Summer Constellations, by Alisha Sevigny
Julia Ducharme is ready for a fresh start. Her little brother has
finally recovered from a serious illness, and now she just wants to enjoy peak
season at the campground her family owns. Maybe this will be the year her
annual summer fling with Dan Schaeffer becomes something more?
Sevigny's (Kissing Frogs, 2014) portrayal of the emotional and financial struggles that can accompany illness in America ring true. Julia is a brave, independent, and competent female character who shows that you don't need to be a femme fatale to be lovable. A pleasant coming-of-age story for fans of teen romance. – Kirkus review