By Bobbi Hoaglund
Nicholas grey knew this might be his worst summer time ever, along with his mom and dad sending him away to stick on the Lanes for the summer season. Parker Lane could have been his ally years in the past, yet that used to be then.
How may perhaps issues no longer move from undesirable to worse?
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A Mystery Summer: June (Mystery Lane Book 1) by Bobbi Hoaglund