Everything’s great for Harper Isabelle, the most popular girl in grade nine. That is, until she meets Sarah Jamieson. Sarah is a reclusive artist, a loner who wears black makeup and doesn’t have any friends, but for some reason, Harper can’t stop thinking about her.
Sarah isn’t used to people looking her way, especially popular girls like Harper Isabelle. Scared, religious, and unsure of herself, when Sarah begins to realize that her feelings for Harper might go beyond friendship, she is afraid to take the plunge and tell Harper how she feels.
Emotions build between these young women until they both reach their breaking points, and they need to make a choice about coming to terms with who they really are, and what they can and cannot live without.
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Love love love!
I absolutely love this book. I’ve read it three times since I’ve bought it and I can’t get over how cute Harper and Sarah are! The happy ending to complete everything was also great and appreciated giving people like me who were so invested in the characters some real closure. The build up and electricity between Sarah and Harper was so detailed and true it is what made me obsessed with the book. I’d love to know what Sarah’s parents reaction to her coming out of the closet were but love the story give out of five stars