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The second book of Lauren Barnholdt's exiting Moment of Truth series: three books, three girls, one life-changing senior trip. When the email arrived in Quinn Reynolds's in box on the morning of her flight to Florida, she sent it straight to her trash folder. The last thing Quinn needed was to be reminded of the pact she made with her ex-best friends--the one where she promised she would do something crazy before graduation. But that was before everything on the trip went wrong. Now, after a lifetime of playing it safe, Quinn figures that she might as well get a little wild...after all, what does she have to lose? When Abram, a local boy she met on the beach, asks her to hang out, she says yes. But while a vacation romance could be the best way to fulfill the pact, it might be the worst thing for her heart.... Each book in this trilogy is told from the perspective of a different girl--Lyla, Aven, and Quinn--former best friends who, back in freshman year, wrote emails to their future selves about the one thing they hope to accomplish before they graduate. Over the course of the series, each girl will learn about life, love, and the truth about the fight that ended their perfect friendship.
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Before graduation, I promise to . . . do something crazy. When the email arrives in Quinn Reynolds's inbox on the morning of her senior trip to Florida, she sends it straight to her trash folder. After everything that happened between her and her former best friends Lyla and Aven, the last thing Quinn needs is to be reminded of the pact they made back when they were still speaking--the one where they agreed to each do the thing that scared them most before graduation. The craziest thing she's ever done is get highlights (at a salon), and quite honestly she doesn't feel the need to do something wild, now or ever. But that's before everything on the trip goes wrong. Not only is Quinn forced to share a room with her ex-best friends, her real friends are nowhere to be found, and she just learned that she's been rejected from her dream school. So when Abram, a local boy she met on the beach, asks her to hang out, she says yes. After a lifetime of playing it safe, Quinn figures that she might as well get a little wild . . . after all, what does she have to lose? But while a vacation romance could be the best way to fulfill the pact, it might be the worst thing for her heart. . . .