Temptation, depression, seduction, betrayal … Not what Stephanie was expecting at fifteen years of age. Uprooted from her happy, all-girl high school life with a dream filled future and thrown into an unfriendly co-ed school, Stephanie spirals into depression.
When charismatic high school senior, Jason notices her, Stephanie jumps in feet first and willingly puts all her faith and trust in him, a boy she barely knows.
Every choice she makes and turn she takes leads her towards a dangerous path.
Her best friend is never far away and ready to catch her … but will she push Tabbie too far away when she needs her most?
This novel contains adult themes.
Recommended reading audiences 16+
Targeted Age Group:
16 and over
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
YA contemporary realistic has to be exactly that – realistic. A story that could actually happen.
When your perception is your reality, everyone’s thoughts on a realistic can differ.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never stop reading and never stop learning about your craft. And never, never, never, never, never give up.
Michelle Dennis Evans writes picture books, chapter books, young adult contemporary novels and enjoys dabbling in free verse poetry. Her debut novel Spiralling Out of Control and poetry collection Life Inspired both reached #1 in subcategories on Amazon in their first week of release.
Michelle is married to an awesome man. She spends most of her days educating, socialising and sporting their four children and her nights writing.
She lives on the Gold Coast of Australia and believes you can find healing and hope when you read someone else’s story, fiction or truth. Her life is full and at times overflowing but she wouldn’t have it any other way.What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Many young girls find themselves in devastating situations, I wonder why and how they end up there. And then I see girls and women who have overcome what seems impossible to overcome and I wonder how they did it.