Rock climbing in France! South African teenagers Sean, Kyle, Tamsin and Kelly have no idea of the challenges in store for them as they meet to climb in the French Alps. The teacher leading their trip does something surprisingly foolish, an attractive French girl turns her attention on Sean, while the arrival of foreign climbers threatens to derail the affections of Tamsin and Kyle. In this second book in the series, the twists and turns in the relationships of the teenagers, and the choices they must make, will grip any reader. The author, a freelance lecturer with a PhD in English Literature, comes from a family of avid rock climbers. Gap is a fine novel, with a neatly constructed plot, lots of anticipation and compelling characterisation. The characters have to make difficult moral choices … The author has a real sensitivity to the anguish of teenage love.