Synopses & Reviews
Since coming together at the age of eleven, Nina, Avery and Mel have never been apart. The summer before senior year, however, Nina goes away to a summer program in California. When she returns, she expects to be welcomed back into her friends arms with great excitement. Instead, something has changed in the TriangleMel and Avery are acting strangely. There are in-jokes Nina doesnt get, pauses in the conversations that seem to be full of some meaning that she just cant grasp. Shes suddenly an outsider, and she has no idea why.
Until she wanders into a dressing room and finds Mel and Avery kissing. What exactly do you do when your two best friends in the entire world start dating?
MyracleÆs enchanting first novel will reach teens who are wrestling with identity. . . . [A] gem. (VOYA)
Kate was lissas best friend. theyve shared everything for four years. then one night at a drunken party, Kate leaned in to kiss lissa, and lissa kissed her back. And now Kate is pretending lissa doesnt exist. Confused and alone, lissas left questioning everything she thought she knew about herself, and about life. but with the help of a free-spirit new friend, lissas beginning to find the strength to realize that sometimes falling in love with the wrong person is the only way to find your footing.
One night at a party, best friends Kate and Lissa shared a kiss. Now Kate is pretending Lissa doesn't exist. Confused and alone, Lissa is left questioning everything she knew about herself and about life.
About the Author
Maureen Johnson is the New York Times bestselling author of eleven young adult novels, including the Shades of London series, as well as several coauthored works. She lives in New York City and spends far too much time online.