Publisher Description

*Where YOU choose the ending!*

“Just try it one time. It won’t hurt you.”

HIgh school junior and avid swimmer Kate Walker has decided to try something new this year. She leaves the comfort and freedom of open water and secures a spot on her school’s swim team. She soon becomes obsessed with practice and exceling at the championships in pursuit of a college scholarship.

When Kate’s friends encourage her to do something illegal to get through her events at the most important swim meet of her life, she must choose between letting down her teammates by doing the right thing or risking it all no matter the consequences.

What will Kate do? What will YOU do?

Making Waves is part of the What Now? collection where teens like you get to make the choices about  hot topics like drinking, relationships, stealing, drugs, cheating, and purity. Written especially for girls like you facing difficult decisions and lots of peer pressure, the What Now? Collection allows you to step right into the life of the main character and choose your own ending.

"It's evident that Nicole is a rare author. She has a tender heart for teenage girls and has poured that care into her stories. May her tribe increase! And may her books lead many readers to make wise choices."
--Robin Jones Gunn best-selling author of the Christy Miller Series and the
Katie Weldon Series

MAKING WAVES is a solid story with interesting teens that shows the consequences of choices—good or bad. This book is not only a good read for teens, but would also make a foundation for a discussion in a Sunday School Class, Youth Group or between parents and teens. Faith element: medium. Recommended.
(Carolyn R. Scheidies Author's Choice Reviews 2010-03-31)

Young Adult
December 4
Choose NOW Publishing
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Gracie sommer ,

2-18-15 8:56 pm

I think that this book made me realize a true friendship between family. A friend can be your mom or sister, or even your brother! This made me feel how much of a purpose I have and that God is always ready to let you start over. My favorite line was from page 252 when it said,"But thankfully, God doesn't expect you to be perfect. He just expects you to get back on the right path when you realize you've veered off." This really helps us get a glimpse of our live meaning. I encourage you all to be praying as you read through this in the future.😘

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