Second Helpings: A Novel - The Fourteenth Summary & Analysis

Megan McCafferty
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The Fourteenth Summary

Jessica says it is harder for her to write about the love she feels for Marcus than it is for her to write about sex. When Jessica tells Hope about losing her virginity, she talks to Hope on the phone, and she wants to make sure that it doesn't affect their friendship. Hope says that it doesn't. Jessica also writes in her journal about skipping Senior Cut Day and spending it in bed with Marcus. They talk about his drug use, which Marcus says was always exaggerated. They also talk about all of the girls Marcus has been with, and Jessica asks if the numbers too were exaggerated. Marcus admits that they are not exaggerated but that he has never felt about a girl the way he feels about Jessica. Jessica insists that they've wasted so much time this year that...

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