Rory Gilmore is sixteen. Her single mom, Lorelai, is thirty-two, but sometimes it's hard to tell who's older. Rory, who dreams of going to Harvard, applies to an exclusive prep school and gets in. Lorelai, who's barely spoken to her own parents in the past sixteen years, must turn to them now for financial help. They agree to pay, on one condition. They want to get to know their granddaughter through weekly family dinners.
In the picturesque New England town of Stars Hollow, Lorelai manages the local inn while Rory gets used to her new snobby school and finds herself struggling with schoolwork for the first time in her life. Mother and daughter share all the highs and lows of daily life, along with the rites and passages of growing up.
Now that things have settled down for Rory and Dean, they're a normal, happy couple at last -- but for how long? A romantic three-month anniversary dinner planned by Dean ends in total disaster. Is this the end of a beautiful relationship?
Lorelai's having romance problems, too. There's Luke, owner of the local diner, Max, Rory's English teacher, and even Christopher, Rory's dad. How can she ever choose between them?
|Mass Market Paperbound Book, 160 pages||English|
|General Children's Fiction|