G-rated YA romance with family dramaRosalie, Connor and Harley are all 16-year-old high school juniors.
Al books are stand-alone, HEA romances, but since Harley is introduced in the memoi as an important subcharacter, it should definitely enhance the experience of reading her novel by reading anothe one first.Connor 's father abandoned him and his mother years ago, and his siste has very recently remarried.
orse, because of his father 's job, their blended family has had to move across the country, and Connor and Harley are both struggling with starting a new school.It is shocking to Harley and Connor at the new high school when they revea themselves entirely reversing their former social standings.
And only if she pretended to get out with him, her ex and her best friends, who are fellow cheerleaders and the resident Mean Girls of the chool, would never support her doing that.In addition to the main romance plot, th engaging YA novel contains compelling, YA, social-drama and family-drama plots.
I even enjoyed Connor 's relationship with Harley as they maneuver the treacherous waters of becoming a blended family and figuring out how to be functional step-siblings and potentially friends.This book is mostly G-rated.