By C. D. Payne
So what precisely occurred to these teenager fugitives, Nick and Sheeni, after that fateful final day in Paris? a brand new new release of Twisps and Saunders discover those mysteries and extra during this rollicking end (Book 6) of the Nick Twisp saga. Like Nick, younger Noel Wescott strives for romance and get away, yet quickly unearths his existence veering wildly off target. The laughs multiply as Noel needs to hit the line to sidestep the law enforcement officials and confront ever extra Twispian demanding situations.
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Revoltingly Young: The Journals Of Nick Twisp's Younger Brother by C. D. Payne