"You don't believe in love?" she asked.
He swallowed hard. How exactly had he ended up here, in the pool with the neighbor girl, talking about love? And why when she looked at him like that did he feel … funny? "I … I do," he said. "I'm glad they worked it out …"
Because you're here. The words formed on his tongue, but he didn't say them.
Remington Saddler is hanging around with the wrong kids in the neighborhood. His parents argue all the time, and he feels ignored. So what's a little harmless fun if it takes his mind off his problems?
Then he's caught in the act of vandalizing the neighbor's lawn, and, forced to clean up the mess, he runs into the owner's daughter. Literally.
Shylar Raymond aggravates him at first. Plus, she has funny ideas about being kind to others. Yet, the more he hangs around her, the more he learns she's right, and maybe … just maybe … he has the best neighbor of all.
A sweet middle-grade YA from best-selling author, SUZANNE D. WILLIAMS. Heroes girls can dream of and parents can trust.