This Strange and Familiar Place by Rachel Carter
(So Close to You)

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...Lydia and Wes’ irritating pushmi-pullyu romance...Lydia or Wes continually worries the other’s undying love has suddenly died—a ham-handed contrivance that does not noticeably amp romantic tension.
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This thrilling sequel to So Close to You explores how far we'll go to save the people we love—and what happens after you change the future.

These are the things of which Lydia is now certain:

The Montauk Project has been experimenting with time travel for years.

The Project's subjects are "recruits" from across time. Recruits like Wes: Lydia's ally, friend, and love.

The Project is now responsible for the disappearance of two members of her family. . . .

And they're coming for Lydia next.

 

About Rachel Carter

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Rachel Carter grew up among the cows, the trees, and the maple syrup in the woods of Vermont. She is a graduate of the University of Vermont and Columbia University, where she recently received her MFA in nonfiction writing. Rachel has been a teacher, a nanny, a caterer, and a bellhop and is currently at work on her next book in Brooklyn, NY.
 
Published July 2, 2013 by HarperTeen. 277 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult. Fiction
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Below average
on May 15 2013

...Lydia and Wes’ irritating pushmi-pullyu romance...Lydia or Wes continually worries the other’s undying love has suddenly died—a ham-handed contrivance that does not noticeably amp romantic tension.

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