MEETING DENNIS WILSON - Book Five - PDF e-book
PDF e-book edition of Book Five of the serialized novel Meeting Dennis Wilson by Max Harrick Shenk.
15-year-old Margo LeDoux has a crush on Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson, and her boyfriend Scott doesn’t want her to meet him. Margo says (and Scott’s friend Annie agrees) that Scott is “throwing a fit,” but the upshot is, they’re not together...
...meanwhile, Margo’s softball catcher, Tara Longbaugh, has a connection that might help a meeting take place-- Tara’s mom knows Dennis’ brother Carl-- but now it turns out that Tara has a crush of her own: on the (very) uninterested Margo!
“When I say ‘I love you,’” Margo tells Tara, “I don’t mean I’m into THAT.”
Margo insists she didn’t mean to hurt Tara, but when she reaches out to Tara, Tara tells Margo to “leave me alone!”
Will Tara’s distance hurt Margo’s chances at meeting her dream Beach Boy? Worse, with Tara behind the plate catching for Margo, what will happen when Quaker Valley enters the District softball tournament?
Meanwhile, Margo’s best girlfriend Christy and her boyfriend Brian (our narrator) are “taking steps” toward going all the way, steps that get interrupted when Christy and her big sister Kathy make an unplanned weekend trip to Washington DC to see their dad, U.S. Senator Tom Kelly... a trip that makes them miss two school days AND gets them both in hot water.
“Mom just sees me as the accomplice,” Christy says. “Kath is in REAL trouble.”
Still, Christy’s grounded with the prom approaching, and so she and Brian need to sneak steps when they can... including some rainy after-school steps that end up getting Christy in even bigger trouble than before!
Unrequited love... friends who want more than friendship... groundings and detention... a makeout session in a dark auditorium and an unintentionally see-through t-shirt... and a package in the mail, postmarked CALIFORNIA. All of that and more is in Book Five of Meeting Dennis Wilson.
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