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A secret no one dared whisper…


Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid

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Also by Adi Alsaid:

Come On In, October 2020
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North of Happy, May 2017
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Never Always Sometimes, August 2015
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Let's Get Lost, August 2014
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Somewhere Over the Sun, December 2010
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Let's Get Lost
Adi Alsaid

Harlequin Teen
August 2014
On Sale: August 6, 2014
Featuring: Leila; Bree; Hudson
ISBN: 0373211244
EAN: 9780373211241
Kindle: B00I66AA7I
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Young Adult Adventure

Leila is on a journey. She's traveling from Louisiana to Alaska in search of the Northern Lights.

But this isn't Leila's story, not quite. This is the story of a boy named Hudson in Mississippi.

And Bree, a girl who seizes every Tuesday.

It's Elliot's, too, who's trying to write his own story.

And Sonia, who doesn't realize hers hasn't ended just yet.

This is an adventure, a romance, a bedtime story, and a mystery. This is a story about love, hope, and searching for answers. This is the story of your best friend, your neighbor, and that girl you once saw crying in a coffee shop. This is a story about the people who help you find yourself.

This is your story. Are you ready to get lost?

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1 comment posted.

Re: Let's Get Lost

There is a way of seizing the day, without being reckless
about it. You can wake up early one morning, watching the
sun rise, and decide that you're going to tackle a project
that you've been putting off, while enjoying that first cup
of coffee. Then as the day unfolds, you have your first
project under your belt, and you feel empowered, ready to
take on whatever the day throws at you!! You can "caress,"
as you put it, the rest of your day, or you can take the
bull by the horns, and continue on with some projects, or
just do something a little exciting or out of the ordinary.
This helps you to grow as a person, and might even get you
to start a new routine. I can't wait to read your book, so
I can compare how my feelings compare with yours, and how
your feelings play out. It's wonderful that we both have
the freedom to disagree. I found your posting to be quite
interesting and enjoyable.
(Peggy Roberson 10:12am August 19, 2014)

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