Someone to Love by Francess Lin Lantz

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When her parents arrange to adopt a second child, fifteen-year-old Sara befriends Iris, the mother of her sibling-to-be, and wonders if life with Iris would be preferable to life with her parents.

About Francess Lin Lantz

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Lantz, a graduate of Dickinson College, has worked as a children's librarian, a rock-and-roll musician, and a book reviewer. She lives with her husband and young son.
Published February 1, 1997 by Avon Books (T). 247 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sara, 15, is the only child of her 40-something parents, who own a successful steak-and-seafood joint on the California coast.

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when they decide to adopt the child of the unwed, 18-year-old Iris, Sara sets about becoming Iris's friend, even though Sara's parents do not want Iris to play an ongoing role in their lives.

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