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Publisher's Summary

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.

©2012 Amy Sparling (P)2014 Amy Sparling

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Not for me


Honestly, this is a DNF.

I really like the narration of this and felt she did a really good job with the character, but the plot and storyline just wasn’t it. Like I stopped right before Bayleigh could make the rash decision.

Some people may enjoy this, but I just can’t stop thinking about all the misguided behavior of Bayleigh, and this just didn’t work for me.











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Disclaimer: I received a free code from audiofreebies.com. All opinions are my own.

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Great book

Summer Unplugged: Summer Unplugged, Book One was a great read by Amy Sparling. Bayleigh is rebelling against her moms rules and is very addicted to her cell phone. Her mom has reached her breaking point and takes her phone away when she finds her sending photos to her "boyfriend". She decides to send Bayleigh to her grandparents house without her cell phone, laptop or ipad. Bayleigh believes that her summer will be pure torture until she meets the boy that lives next door to her grandparents. I enjoyed reading Bayleigh's story and thought this was a great quick read.

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A flirty read!

She thinks the summer will be torture without social media - that is until she meets the boy next door...

A cute and flirty read. Love the love story. Perfect and cute.

Narration was absolutely fantastic.

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Cute

Love the narration! She did absolutely fantastic! The story embodies an annoying teenager but played out well. Surface level writing which is my favorite because it’s short so no wasted words on trying to understand a part of the character that you don’t really need to know. Good job!

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how cute

This is such a cute little love story. It is perfect for a young adult. The narrator was great.

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the narrator was great but the book had a very boring story line! very disappointing!

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What?

I have never bothered to review an audiobook before but this is necessary. This is hands down the worst audiobook I have ever listened too. The readers voice is grating. Wrong enunciation, no pause when there should be one, and just generally not enjoyable.

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Fun little story

The story was sweet. The performance fluctuated between brilliant and grating but suited the main character overall, who also fluctuated between grating and lovely, which was realistic and relatable.