Marisa de los Santos’ I’d Give Anything is the fourth in a series of four. I think I have read all of them, but two of them perhaps before I started keeping this blog (Love Walked In, Belong to Me, and I’ll Be Your Blue Sky). In any event, any of you who know me know that even if I did read them all, I can’t remember them! You do not have to have read any in the series to enjoy any of the others. This was the back and forth of Ginny’s high school years (told in journal form), where tragedy struck her best friend in their senior year, and her current life, told from her perspective and the perspective of her daughter. It’s a good story and keeps you wondering until the end. Some of the characters could have been developed more thoroughly, but overall, it’s a decent summer read.