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Publisher's Summary

They’re fun! They’re quirky! They’re Sweet Seasons—unlike any other girls’ books you’ve ever read. You could call them alternative, God-honoring chick lit.
Join Candace Thompson on a sweet, lighthearted, and honest romp through the friendships, romances, family, school, faith, and values that make a girl’s life as full as it can be.
Will Candace survive the shift from cotton candy to candy corn?
Fall is in the air, and without completely knowing why, Candace Thompson has signed up to continue what was supposed to be a short-term summer job at the local theme park. Working with Kurt doesn’t hurt, but a surprising kink involving her youth group, as well as the shock of an unexpected setback, threaten to be more painful. Candace’s autumn holds as many surprises as her summer as her rousing romp through the seasons continues.
©2010 Debbie Viguié (P)2010 Zondervan
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By T on 06-01-15

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It was a good sequel as in seeing candace grow into her own more- though I think she is a little too precious at times.

Halloween was fun to read but had the tendency of feeling like an episode from scooby doo at times.

I'm sorry to say the narration ruined it slightly for me. Laura's reading voice is nice but the character voices was quite distracting. So much so that sometimes I missed the words as I was paying too much attention to her voice instead and going huh/ that's not how I imagine bla.

I think tamara is called tamara literally but the narrator kept saying tamera- I haven't seen text so can't say but in book one it was pronounced differently. Also,sorry, but tamara sounded like a 40 year old ghetto queen/ not what I imagine her to be.

Overall it's a good addition/ but found the narrator a bit distracting.

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