Is there a difference between first love and true love? Judy Blume’s groundbreaking novel about teen sexuality has a fresh new look.
The bed is brass, covered with a patchwork quilt, and “nice and firm,” Michael says, “in case you’re interested.”
Katherine is interested.
Katherine and Michael are in love, and Katherine knows it’s forever—especially after she loses her virginity to him. But when they’re separated for the summer, she begins to have feelings for another boy. What does this say about her love for Michael? And what does “forever” mean, anyway? Is this the love of a lifetime, or the very beginning of a lifetime of love?
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I read this book and though it was okay. Some parts were inappropriate though, so it should be a 15+ book. I got it at the library in the kids section!! Five year olds could be reading about this stuff! I do recommend it though.
DO NOT GET
The main character,Katherine never learned a valuable lesson,anything in her old life practically disappeared and replaced with her boyfriend, Michael which in the end they broke it off,and there isn’t any obstacles in there relationship that strengthens it and there for result in their easy break up and in the end it is not worth the $9.73 removed from your hard earned money.
I did not like this book at all. Too many privileged rich kids with toxic personalities. None of the characters were like-able. I finished it in 8 hours because I thought that eventually it would get better but it actually got worse. Not worth it. VERY VERY outdated.