Over My Head (Paperback)

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Sang Jumnal jumps into the summer before her senior year with big plans. But she didn't plan on facing her fear of swimming by taking a series of humiliating kiddy lessons. Or falling hard for 20-year-old lifeguard Cameron Cerulli, who is either the guy of her dreams or a player out to stomp on her heart. Or fighting with her dad, who bans her from seeing Cameron. Or discovering a huge secret her parents have been keeping about disappearing money. Suddenly Sang's summer is overflowing with excitement and drama. And she's teetering on the dangerous brink of true love. Will she sink or swim? OVER MY HEAD is a steamy summertime novel filled with sticky situations and a twist that will melt your heart. Praise for OVER MY HEAD: "Marie Lamba brings a fresh, new, and very authentic voice to this fabulous young adult novel. Coming of age has never been done so well " - L. A. Banks, New York Times best-selling author of THE VAMPIRE HUNTRESS LEGENDS series "Marie Lamba strikes gold with OVER MY HEAD - a funny, touching, and at times heart-breaking young adult novel about the search for love. Gorgeous prose, deep insights and a wonderfully rewarding read. Highly recommended " - New York Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry.

About the Author


Marie Lamba (www.marielamba.com) is author of the popular young adult novel WHAT I MEANT... (Random House YA), which was dubbed "an impressive debut" by Publisher's Weekly, and which also features Sang Jumnal, the heroine of OVER MY HEAD. A full-time writer, Marie lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, two daughters and one rather too interesting poodle.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780615500676
ISBN-10: 0615500676
Publisher: Lamba Associates, Inc.
Publication Date: June 27th, 2011
Pages: 298
Language: English

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