Family, abandonment, and forbidden romance are at the core of SM Koz’s powerful and emotionally charged novel about a teen who falls for her foster brother.
When Hailey Brown is removed from her home and put into foster care, all she wants is a safe, comfortable place where she can finish school and move on with her life. It’s not easy adjusting to a new school and a new life, but Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and their teenage son, Brad, welcome Hailey with open arms.
As Hailey begins to adjust to her new life, she and Brad grow closer. For the first time, Hailey feels like she might have a real shot at a future. Soon, however, Hailey realizes her relationship with Brad has crossed the line from friendship into something more. But being with Brad would mean giving up the perfect life that Hailey has waited so long to have.
Can Hailey and Brad resist the feelings that are developing between them—or will they risk it all to be together?
Chosen by readers like you for Macmillan’s young adult imprint Swoon Reads, SM Koz delivers a powerful debut about the ups and downs of being a foster child.
Praise for Love Me, Love Me Not:
“Hailey's history is real and true.” —LydiaBeach, reader on SwoonReads.com
“I could feel every emotion through the author’s words.” —AnnaBanana, reader on SwoonReads.com
“ Gripping and pulls at the heart strings.” —R. Turner, reader on SwoonReads.com
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In my honest opinion, this is a great book. I enjoyed it so much. I have read this book a million times and I love it more and more each time. I can go back to it at any time and know it’ll give me the same joy, all that would make it better is having a part 2! I wishhhhhh
Love me, love me not
Love the book, but wouldn’t have spent 10 dollars on it. It’s the same thing as the first one that was released!
Started off good
Let me start off with I never write reviews so this book was pretty disappointed for me to take the time out of my day to write one.This book started off good and then it sprinkled down to being a juvenile unstructured mess. I assuming it was written for a 13-14 year old but if you out of the the range of watching Disney this book isn’t for you.