In this contemporary YA for fans of Becky Albertalli, one girl decides it's time to be really be herselfbut will that cost her the best friend who once meant everything to her?
Ever since her mom died and her family moved to a new town four years ago, sixteen-year-old Vetty Lake has hidden her heart. She'd rather keep secrets than risk getting hurteven if that means not telling anyone that she's pretty sure she's bisexual.
But this summer, everything could change. Vetty and her family are moving back to her old neighborhood, right across the street from her childhood best friend Pez. Next to Pez, she always felt free and fearless. Reconnecting with him could be the link she needs to get back to her old self.
Vetty quickly discovers Pez isn't exactly the boy she once knew. He has a new group of friends, a glamorous sort-of-girlfriend named March, and a laptop full of secrets. And things get even more complicated when she feels a sudden spark with March.
As Vetty navigates her relationship with Pez and her own shifting feelings, one question looms: Does becoming the girl she longs to be mean losing the friendship that once was everything to her?
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.30(d)|
|Age Range:||14 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Orlagh Collins is the author of No Filter. Born in Dublin, she left Ireland after university to break into the film industry in London, and worked on productions such as Calendar Girls, Ali G, and Separate Lies before taking over as head of physical production at Pathé Films. While at Pathé she supervised production on the Academy Award-winning movie The Queen and a host of others. She co-produced the BIFA Award-winning documentary Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten and Mary Shelley, starring Elle Fanning. Orlagh lives in Somerset, England, with her husband and their two children.