Return to Me by Justina Chen

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I’ve come to expect a certain amount of self-discovery and female empowerment from your novels. It’s one of my favorite things. But that doesn’t really happen until later, and I think that hurt my enjoyment of the novel when a large chunk of the book is devoted to the dad’s shitty behavior...
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Rebecca Muir is weeks away from starting college-at a school chosen specifically to put a few thousand miles of freedom between Reb and her parents. But her dad's last-minute job opportunity has her entire family moving all those miles with her! Then there's the matter of her unexpected, amazing boyfriend, Jackson, who is staying behind on the exact opposite coast.
If that isn't enough to deal with, Reb's dad drops shocking, life-changing news. Reb started the year knowing exactly what her future would hold, but now that her world has turned upside down, will she discover what she really wants?
 

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Justina Chen grew up near Buffalo, NY and San Francisco. After attending Stanford University she spent time in New York and Sydney, Australia before settling near Seattle, Washington, where she currently lives with her two children. Her first book, Nothing But the Truth (and a few white lies), was a Book Sense pick, and her second novel, Girl Overboard, won praise from Olympic Gold Medalist and fellow snowboarder Hannah Teter. Her third novel, about a teen's quest for beauty, North of Beautiful, was critically acclaimed with starred reviews fromPublishers Weekly, Kirkus, and Booklist.
 
Published January 15, 2013 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 354 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jia on Feb 06 2013

I’ve come to expect a certain amount of self-discovery and female empowerment from your novels. It’s one of my favorite things. But that doesn’t really happen until later, and I think that hurt my enjoyment of the novel when a large chunk of the book is devoted to the dad’s shitty behavior...

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