Both Sides NoweBook - 2013
"Both Sides Now is the story of Dawn, a young girl who moves from Southern California to rural Washington State in the mid-seventies. She is initially concerned with fitting in at her new school, but in time, meets and falls in love with Shawn, the boy next door. Their romance is sweet, intense and, ultimately, short. When Shawn goes to college, Dawn's parents forbid them from seeing each other. They don't - for 27 years, until a chance meeting brings them together. They are left dizzy with emotion and an unanswered question: Can a first love truly last through three decades of separation and misunderstanding? Both Sides Now invokes small town life in the 1970s - the music, the fashion, the mores. If you've ever lived in a small town where everyone knew your business and struggled to do the right thing, you will find much to relate to in Both Sides Now."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] :, Pertime Publishing,, 2013
Characteristics: 1 online resource data file,rda