: Lovesick (): Jake Coburn: Books. Ted’s drunk-driving accident has ruined his life. it cost him his basketball scholarship, ended his plans for college, and forced him into AA. but just when ted has. Jake Coburn starts LOVESICK with a teaser: he writes as if the characters told him their real story. Certainly the story of two addicts trying to.
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In the beginning, the author talks about how he’d heard about Erica’s and Ted’s story actually happening and how he’d decided to turn it inot a novel, which is crazy – the idea for LoveSick is just so unlikely, something that only happens in books and movies. This book was ridiculously good! Ted starts to regret what he is doing, but he has to keep going because he needs the money. I decided to give it another go and actually enjoyed it!
Ted YorkErica Prakers. Rather than alluding to them, he says them up front: Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: And just like that, his scholarship was taken from him.
Ted was forced to choose between money and love and he chose love I guess I can understand jakd reasoning behind it, but to be honest it was my least favorite part of the book.
She couldn’t decide if she was embarrassed by her messy ponytail, or her swollen pores, but she suddenly felt like turning into the bathroom and meticulously inspecting loveskck.
Ted has to secretly keep tabs on his benefactor’s daughter, Erica. Posted by Amy at Please provide an email address. He played basketball and even had a scholarship for college.
Retrieved 7 March A seemingly simple task, with only one minor problem: I am very happy that Erica got some help she needed from someone besides her therapist. Thursday, January 19, Review: Nov 30, Celestasaurus rated it liked it Shelves: After a drunk driving accident his senior year, Ted is left with a busted knee and no college scholarship. Reaching again for the elastic, she yanked it from her hair. I would put an age limit of 13 and up, though, because of the mature content and language.
He has everything going for him, and a college scholarship lined up for him to play ball at a decent college. An attempt of an interesting storyline; was not carried through all that well.
I know people have eating disorders. Johns Hopkins University Press.
What an interesting story line! Story of a Drunken GirlhoodLoveSick impressed reviewers with its unflinching look at self-destructive teens. So I was really happy to see this book deals with college life.
Add to Your books. His life becomes ruined and he loses his basketball scholarship, and ends up being forced to attend AA meetings with other troublesome people. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Despite reading from both of their perspectives, I didn’t feel like I knew them all that well.