Every Other Weekend

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Inkyard Press, Dec 29, 2020 - Young Adult Fiction - 512 pages
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A sparkling, nuanced, and emotional read for fans of Morgan Matson and Julie Buxbaum.

Heartbreak pushed them together. Will love pull them apart?

When Adam Moynihan's oldest brother died, his life fell apart around him. Now his mom cries constantly, he and his remaining brother can't talk without fighting, and the father he always admired moved out when they needed him most.

Jolene Timber is used to being a pawn in her divorced parents' war. But when she develops an unlikely friendship with a boy who spends every other weekend in the same apartment building that she does, suddenly the future seems less bleak.

Can the boy who thinks forgiveness makes him weak and the girl who thinks love is for fools find something real together? They'll find out...every other weekend.

"A must read!" --Samantha Young, New York Times bestselling author of The Fragile Ordinary and On Dublin Street

Also by Abigail Johnson:
Even If I Fall
The First to Know
If I Fix You

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User Review  - ReadingBifrost - LibraryThing

“It was a love story. Not romantic exactly, but the kind of love that maybe lasts beyond passion and heartache. It was a story of friendship, with all its possibilities laid out in front of it ... Read full review

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User Review  - HeatherLINC - LibraryThing

3.5 stars "Every Other Weekend" was more than the fluffy romance I was expecting, although the slow developing romance between Adam and Jolene was touching and realistic. Both had complicated family ... Read full review

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About the author (2020)

Abigail Johnson was born in Pennsylvania. When she was twelve, her family traded in snowstorms for year-round summers and moved to Arizona. Abigail chronicled the entire road trip and has been writing ever since. She became a tetraplegic when she was seventeen, but hasn't let that stop her from bodysurfing in Mexico, writing and directing a high-school production of Cinderella, and becoming a published author. Visit Abigail at abigailjohnsonbooks.com and on Twitter @AbigailsWriting.

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