Play Me, I'm Yours

Play Me, I'm Yours

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by Madison Parker
     
 

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Fairy Tate. Twinklefingers. Lucy Lu. Will the taunting ever end? Lucas Tate suffers ridicule because of his appearance and sensitive nature. When he’s not teased, he’s ignored, and now he doesn’t know which is worse. His one comfort in life is his music; he feels unloved by everyone. What he wants more than anything is to find a…  See more details below

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Fairy Tate. Twinklefingers. Lucy Lu. Will the taunting ever end? Lucas Tate suffers ridicule because of his appearance and sensitive nature. When he’s not teased, he’s ignored, and now he doesn’t know which is worse. His one comfort in life is his music; he feels unloved by everyone. What he wants more than anything is to find a friend.

Much to his dismay, both his mom and a schoolmate are determined to find him a boyfriend, despite the fact Lucas hasn’t come out to them. His mom chooses a football player who redefines the term “heartthrob,” while Trish pushes him toward the only openly gay boy at Providence High. But Lucas is harboring a crush on another boy, one who writes such romantic poetry to his girlfriend that hearing it melts Lucas into a puddle of goo. All three prospects seem so far out of his league. Lucas is sure he doesn’t stand a chance with any of them—until sharing his gift for music brings him the courage to let people into his heart.

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ISBN-13:
2940016456157
Publisher:
Harmony Ink Press
Publication date:
04/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
244
File size:
924 KB

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Play Me, I'm Yours 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BooksRMyFood More than 1 year ago
All too often young adult/high school books tend to make the young adults act/think older than their true ages. This book doesn't fall prey to that. Lucas is subject to all of the angst that teen years fall prey to, as well as the good and bad decisions that high school years tend to have. the story rings true and the relationships between Lucas and his final love works really well. Recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago