Float

Float

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Kate Marchant By ToastedBagels Updated Sep 04

Seventeen-year-old Waverly Lyons is from Vermont; she doesn't do sun. But after her divorced parents can't agree on who gets to have her for the summer, Waverly gets shipped off to Holden, Florida to spend a couple months with her aunt, Rachel. Her hopes for the perfect summer seem crushed. Then she meets Blake Hamilton, Rachel's seventeen-year-old neighbor. He's athletic, outgoing, arrogant, tan, and pretty much Waverly's exact opposite. She's eager to avoid him at all costs, hoping to fit in with the other kids in Holden without drawing too much attention to herself. But when Blake discovers that Waverly has been hiding the rather embarrassing secret that she can't swim, he does the unthinkable: he offers to teach her.
          
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  • beach
  • comedy
  • cute
  • drama
  • enemiestolovers
  • family
  • jock
  • love
  • popular
  • romance
  • summer
  • teenfic
  • youngadult
Lol when your boyfriend leaves you to hang with the monks of Tibet
leafjoy leafjoy Nov 06
Ahahahahhah George’s body is going to be Blake’s future body
BabyBubzz BabyBubzz 2 days ago
i’m from england and if i didn’t go on holidays i wouldn’t know what a beach is all we have is slimy green rocks and brown water (or at least where i live)
gauzyhearts gauzyhearts Nov 03
BRUH I'm from New York (near Rochester) and the summers can get pretty hot and humid. It's not cold all the time
Gotta hand it to Rachel. That's hella brave. I could never go freelance. I mean, maybe after I retire.
Okay okay take it easy you’re up here 
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              Imma need you to bring it down here