Sex, Life & Hannah volume 3 The Summer Season by Dorota Skrzypek fit the bill perfectly. I always enjoy checking in with Hannah. Life isn't a storybook for Hannah. It's messy; it's real. Though, I'm starting to hope that Jack can get through to her. Her decision making skills leave a lot to be desired.
I read the first two volume in this series pretty close together. But it's been a while since I read them (read my reviews of volume 1 and volume 2), and I was a bit confused by the timeline. Once I got past trying to figure out where this fit with the other two and just enjoyed the story for itself I got pretty engrossed. So engrossed in fact that when I got done in the pool I didn't stop reading it. Like the other two, I read this book in a day.
Now, it looks like I have to wait until next year for another installment of Sex, Life, & Hannah.
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Book Info: ebook & paperback, 190 pages, July 2012 by Concept Publishing
Read: May 2013
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