For better, for worse, forever
In this companion toTill Death Do Us Part,grief-stricken April Lancaster is devastated by the loss of Mark Gianni, and she and her parents have gone to the island of St. Croix for an extended vacation. One day on the beach, April meets bitter, lonely 18-year-old Brandon Benedict. Brandon blames his father for his mother's recent suicide. April is still trying to come to terms with her own grief. The two get very close...but April doesn't tell Brandon about her medical problems. Then April's headaches return, and she and her parents quickly fly back to New York, leaving an angry, bewildered Brandon behind. April is dying. Can she bring herself to tell Brandon that he'll soon lose another person he loves?
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|Full title||for better for worse forever|
|Last Update||2018-05-03 01:19:13AM|
|Last Indexed||2018-05-23 03:25:19AM|
|detailed_location_salida||SRL Young Adult Fiction|
|display_description||After Mark dies April feel alone. When Brandon comes into her live they find they both have a lot in common. Their closeness helps them both to heal, but April cannot tell Brandon about her illness. When April's medical problems suddenly return, she must decide what to tell Brandon. Can the strength of the love she's felt before help her now?|
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|owning_library_salida||Salida Regional Library|
|owning_location_salida||Salida Regional Library|
|record_details||ils:.b11557461|Book|Books||English|Bantam Books,||198 pages ; 18 cm.|
|subject_facet||Brain -- Tumors -- Patients -- Fiction, Fiction, Romance fiction, Terminally ill -- Fiction|
|title_display||For better, for worse, forever|
|title_full||For better, for worse, forever / Lurlene McDaniel|
|title_short||For better, for worse, forever|
|topic_facet||Brain, Patients, Terminally ill, Tumors|