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The fourth and final book in the beloved Pippa Greene series
It’s senior year, and the college countdown is on. But instead of getting accepted to Tisch’s photography program, Pippa’s been waitlisted. Without a backup plan, and with the pressure from everyone around her to live up to her father’s legacy, Pippa sets out to prove herself worthy of the program by doing the opposite of everything she did to try to get in. But when she runs into her ex, and first love, Dylan McCutter, Pippa has to finally decide if she should follow her head or her heart.
Written with the same humor and heart that made Chantel Guertin’s first three Pippa Greene novels instant favorites, Golden Hour offers a fresh and charming perspective on friendships, family, and first love.
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Praise for the Pippa Greene Series:
Rule of Thirds, Book 1
"It's like that perfect photograph: it might have all the right components but it's up to the photographer to see the art within and rearrange them to resonate for both the artist and the audience. Chantel Guertin has accomplished that for the young adult reader, balancing grief, romance, friendship, angst, ambitions and common sense, in different proportions to produce a picture that works." — Can Lit for Little Canadians
"You'll fall in love with this genuine heroine as she experiences the ups and downs of being a teen while dealing with the loss of her dad." — Best Health Magazine
Depth of Field, Book 2
"Amusingly honest... Frothy yet engaging romance with a snapshot of the photography world to add color." — Kirkus Reviews
"Tight plotting, vivid characters, and an underlying thread of photography know-how make Depth of Field a smart and stylish read." — The National Reading Campaign
"With an upbeat tone, clever dialogue, and an artsy point of view, Depth of Field is one relatable teenage girl's contemporary coming-of-age journey." — School Library Journal
Leading Lines, Book 3
"Effortless, light and rewarding, this is a series that readers could grasp starting with this third book, but it's worthwhile to get all three and get to know the bubbly, endearing, lovable Pippa from the beginning." — Globe and Mail