What Are the Chances? by D. R. Graham
  

What Are the Chances?

Written by D. R. Graham
Illustrated by
Part of the Britannia Beach Series

RRP £7.99

Synopsis

What Are the Chances? by D. R. Graham

The second book in the Britannia Beach series. 'Oh, there's a point to a summer fling. Trust me.' The Inn is sold and Derian Lafleur has been accepted to two universities-one close by and one across the country. Before leaving Britannia Beach for good Deri wants to enjoy one last summer of sun and fun. However her best friend, Sophie Sakamoto, is more interested in making sure Derian has one last summer romance. The question is, with whom? Deri has had a crush on childhood friend Trevor Maverty since forever. But he's already taken. And Mason Cartwright is back in town after a year abroad. But will he remember her? Faced with tough choices, emotional revelations, and heart-breaking goodbyes, Derian knows that whatever happens it's definitely going to be an eventful summer...

About the Author

My name is Danielle. I write both Young Adult and New Adult novels under the author name D.R. Graham. I am a child and family therapist and prior to going into private practice I worked as a social worker with at-risk youth. The novels I write deal with issues relevant to young and new adults in love, transition, or crisis. I am also an award winning columnist for the Richmond News. I currently live in Vancouver, British Columbia with my husband.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
188 pages

Author

D. R. Graham
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Publisher

HarperImpulse an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Publication date

3rd November 2016

ISBN

9780008145200


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