Bayleigh graduates from high school and with her boyfriend Jace by her side, she feels like life can't get any better. That is until Jace and her mom suggest some plans for Bayleigh's future that she's not too thrilled about. As long as she can win them over to seeing things her way, life will be great again. Or so she thinks.
Bayleigh is addicted to her cell phone and her mom has had enough. After catching her sending a less than ladylike photo to a boy who barely knows her, Bayleigh's mom sends her away to her grandparent's house for the summer - sans cell phone, laptop, and iPod. Bayleigh thinks the summer will be torture without social media - that is until she meets the boy next door.
This book is about a magical event that has been around for centuries: candle spells. Those who practice Wicca are very serious about this simple ritual. This book is not only for those who practice Wicca but also for those curious about how to attract a desired occurrence by magic when the motive is right, the desire is pure, and the belief is strong.
After a summer grounded from technology, Bayleigh is back home and rebuilding her relationship with her mother. Her boyfriend Jace keeps his promise and stays in Texas, where he works at a local motocross track. Knowing her relationship with Jace is something special and not like all the guys before him, Bayleigh is determined to keep their love strong, despite his notorious fame in the motocross world and the dozens of girls throwing themselves at him in his new job.
When Jace accepts a job that has him traveling all over the country, Bayleigh wonders how their relationship can survive on random text messages and intermittent phone calls. Frustrated by his popularity on Facebook and jealous of all the parties he's attending, she finds comfort and friendship in Chase, the guy who just moved in next door.
All four novellas of the Summer Unplugged series in one book. Summer Unplugged: Bayleigh is addicted to her cell phone and her mom has had enough. After catching her sending a less than lady-like photo to a boy who barely knows her, Bayleigh's mom sends her away to her grandparent's house for the summer - sans cell phone, laptop and iPod. Bayleigh thinks the summer will be torture without social media - that is until she meets the boy next door.
Word power in one week! To the uninitiated, it might sound like a lofty dream. To those who dare to reach beyond the stifling miasma of everyday vocabulary and who aspire to sound more intelligent than their compeers, it is now within reach. Good luck, and may your vocabulary grow and grow with each passing day!
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