Two versions of the same song

Two versions of the same song

by Susan Francis

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What happens when a girl finds herself attracted to a guy who already has a girlfriend, and said guy finds himself distracted from his (almost) perfect relationship and turns his attention to her? The inevitable – they cross the line, right?

Serena and Paul meet through Paul’s cousins, Kai and Kristina Hansen, but barely speak until one night at his New Year’s Eve house party when they run into each other in the corridor. Following the events that occur that night, Serena and Paul find it difficult to ignore the growing attraction they feel for each other. The problem is Paul already has a girlfriend, his first love, Eloise.

Serena and Paul do their best to avoid each other until Kris brings them together to perform a song at her brother Kai’s 18th birthday party.

Serena learns that the course of teenage love doesn’t always run smooth, while Paul discovers that his first love will not necessarily be his last.

Two versions of the same song is a contemporary young adult romance about attraction, distraction, temptation and the inevitable.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015778106
Publisher: Primedia eLaunch
Publication date: 11/23/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 520 KB

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Two versions of the same song 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
purpinkrose More than 1 year ago
I received the book in order for an honest review. The story is about a bunch of residents of Aintree. All Different lives and families but the story is about the teenagers, Mainly Ree and Paul, Will they wont they get together. I really struggled with this book. I lost interest half way through, I just didn't get the past, present about me lines. I struggled to read the remainder of the story. There was too many plots and stories going on. I lost which one was the main plot and what the actual story was about. Im sorry Susan, I didn't enjoy this.
BPerlin More than 1 year ago
Two Versions of the Same Song (Tales from Aintree Court) This is the second of my Tales from Aintree Court series. I loved the first and the second did not disappoint. Susan Francis has an ease with words that make you feel you are a part of the story. It is hard not to get attached to certain characters and wish for certain things to happen. The story is told from the position of the male and female which made it all the better. It was so great to get more than one perspective. This story is about being attracted to someone while being in a relationship with someone else. A love triangle that adds a struggle to these teenagers lives. This book also confronts the issue of classism and touches on the ‘in crowd’ vs what the author refers to as the 'out crowd,’ which was really well done. Susan Francis' writing is so crisp and natural. Most of the time I felt like I was a teenager again feeling all those raw emotions that had once flooded my young psyche. It brought me back to a more uncertain time in my life. "I could see it looked suspicious and I was concerned about what people thought. I was convinced that they would think we were sneaking around and that a rumor would spread, blaming me and labeling me a cheater. I'd seen it happen before: girls at school turning on each other. Cat fights because one girl had supposedly tried to steal another girl's boyfriend, while the boyfriend remained unscathed; the whole thing being played out as entertainment for onlookers."