[[ Audiobooks ]] Whenever Im with You Author Lydia Sharp – Vansonphu.com

Whenever Im with You A Missing Boy A Road Trip Into The Alaskan Wilderness A Week That Will Change EverythingAfter Gabi S Parents Divorce, She Moves From California To Alaska With Her Dad At First, It Feels Like Banishment Until She Meets Kai He Welcomes Her Into His Life, Sharing His Family, His Friends, And His Warmth But As Winter Approaches, Kai Pulls Away For Seemingly No Reason At All He S Quiet, Withdrawn Then One Day, He Disappears.Kai S Twin Brother, Hunter, Believes Kai Is Retracing Their Missing Father S Steps In The Wilderness North Of Anchorage There S A Blizzard On The Way, And Kai Is Alone Out There Gabi S Frustration Over His Emotional Distance Quickly Turns To Serious Concern This Is The Boy Who Saved Her From The Dark She Can T Lose Him To It.So Gabi And Hunter Agree To Head Out Together On A Wild Journey North A Trip That Will Challenge Them Physically And Emotionally, As They Try To Convince The Boy They Love To Return Home.

About the Author: Lydia Sharp

Lydia Sharp writes young adult novels with lots of kissing and adventures.

10 thoughts on “Whenever Im with You

  1. jv poore jv poore says:

    Gabi s natural grace is fascinating Poise, pragmatic manner and confidence rarely coexist in mere human beings but this 17 year old possesses all three Of course, she doesn t realize that Her Alaskan acquaintances see only the novelty of a rich Latina from L.A and they don t even have as much information about her as the tabloids do.Kai is not like that, but he isn t living the typical teen age life either When

  2. Lydia Sharp Lydia Sharp says:

    While writing WHENEVER I M WITH YOU,I listened to Rachel Platten s Stand by You My favorite color is blue.I like pink and purple too.This is not a review,but every sentence is true.And rhymes Except these two.

  3. Debbie Debbie says:

    An Alaska Native reader who is Tlingit wrote to me Debbie Reese, at American Indians in Children s Literature to share concerns with Sharpe s book As regular readers of AICL may recall, I get email from people who prefer not to be identified Some worry about backlash on them or their children I respect their requests and am grateful for their careful readings of children s and young adult books.The Tlingit reader s concerns are

  4. Erin Erin says:

    Not that I m not enjoying the view of his lean, muscled body all those square inches of bare skin in a shade that closely resembles his Canadian mother than his Tlingit father but this is not the scenario in which I imagined seeing him next to naked for the first time pg 5 6Not that I m not liking this book I HATE THIS BOOK ALREADY How did this rubbish get published What color skin do Canadians have I would suggest looking at Debbie R

  5. Sarah Reese Sarah Reese says:

    While the story moved decently and was interesting enough, it seemed like it was forcing itself to be some sort of deep revelation about how people cope and need to move past their demons Also, they were in the Alaskan wilderness yet somehow these twin teenage boys are able to survive so easily The way they hunt and make fire so easily just seems too fake Yes, they had basically...

  6. Britt Blythe Britt Blythe says:

    Eh This story had a wonderful premise, but the overall plot kind of lacked for me I ve never been to Alaska, but I have a hard time believing this journey was as simple as this story made it Sure, things kept going wrong but there was always a convenient solution to make sure everything was quickly resolved It just wasn t realistic Also, I felt this story attempted to be diverse with the mentioning of various minorities I mean, how cool would it have

  7. Amena (Nerd in New York) Amena (Nerd in New York) says:

    What I was expecting based on cover A cute swoony story about two teenagers falling in love, while on a journey to save someone What I got ALASKA IS DANGEROUS My reaction wut.

  8. Mary Fan Mary Fan says:

    Fun read An adventure through the Alaska wilderness in search of the truth behind a man s disappearance but it s the ones uncovered about the teen characters inner selves that really matter There s fish out of the water Gabi, who moved to Alaska from SoCal to escape the scandal of her movie star mother s divorce And her boyfriend, Kai, a survivalist with a twinkle in his eye And Kai s somber brother, Hunter, who doesn t say a lot but knows what matters This trio is

  9. Barbara Barbara says:

    Book reviewer Debbie Reese has already addressed some of the cultural concerns that plagued me when I was reading this book, set in Alaska In some respects, it seems to me that the author has gone to great pains to show just how naive and culturally unaware the book s protagonist is Not only is she unaware of her own culture and her feelings, but she is disdainful not deliberately so, but still, it is there of anything that is different from the familiar world with which she

  10. Samantha Samantha says:

    I wanted to love this book because the premise really appealed to me A YA compared to Into The Wild my all time favorite , sign me up.That said, I was terribly disappointed in this book for so many reasons For starters, I would have loved for Kai and Hunter s Tlingit heritage to be than just a quick line in the book If not for that one sentence, I would have never guessed they were native Their heritage seemed like a fun quirk than a full bodied culture, and it was disappointing t

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