Book Description (from Goodreads):
As the leaves turn golden, everyone's favorite beach girls are dealing with romantic dramas in their respective hometowns... Everything comes to a head at an eventful Thanksgiving, and the four cousins come away wiser about life and love.
Kelsi talked about growing apart as if it were inevitable. No blame. No fault. Just what happened, like autumn after summer.
For a change, the story is told during school after summer is spent. But it still revolves around the usual Tuttle girls.
While it isn’t the best one in the series, it’s still rather enjoyable. The girls experience new things, meet new guys and begin to change. The drama and the hook ups never stop.
The downside to this book is -- I’m feeling less interested in the series after reading it. I am, however, going to finish this series. But not just yet. I feel that I can wait a while before reading the very last one. Although I’m eager to find out how the story of the Tuttle girls ends, I somehow have the patience to wait a little longer. Maybe until summer...which is always the perfect time to read these books.