Faking Perfect de Rebecca PhillipsFaking Perfect de Rebecca Phillips

Faking Perfect

deRebecca Phillips

Couverture souple | 30 juin 2015 | Anglais

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When Lexi Shaw seduced Oakfield High's resident bad boy Tyler Flynn at the beginning of senior year, he seemed perfectly okay with her rules:

1. Avoid her at school.

2. Keep his mouth shut about what they do together.

3. Never tease her about her friend (and unrequited crush) Ben.

Because with his integrity and values and golden boy looks, Ben can never find out about what she’s been doing behind closed doors with Tyler. Or that her mom’s too busy drinking and chasing losers to pay the bills. Or that Lexi’s dad hasn’t been a part of her life for the last thirteen years. But with Tyler suddenly breaking the rules, Ben asking her out, and her dad back in the picture, how long will she be able to go on faking perfect?
Rebecca Phillips has been a fan of contemporary young adult fiction ever since she first discovered Judy Blume at the age of twelve. After a brief stint writing bad poetry as a teenager, she finally found her niche with realistic, coming‑of‑age YA. Her novel, Out of Nowhere, was a finalist in the 2012 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award co...
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Titre :Faking PerfectFormat :Couverture soupleDimensions de l'article :272 pages, 8,25 × 5,5 × 0,65 poDimensions à l'expédition :8,25 × 5,5 × 0,65 poPublié le :30 juin 2015Publié par :KensingtonLangue :Anglais

Les ISBN ci-dessous sont associés à ce titre :

ISBN - 10 :1617738808

ISBN - 13 :9781617738807

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"Edgy and honest, Faking Perfect is the real thing."

–Huntley Fitzpatrick



"Poignant, edgy, and real, Faking Perfect is an honest look at the courage and strength it can often take simply to be yourself."

--Julianna Scott, author of The Holders