What was your Senior Superlative?
Most likely to succeed,
Most likely to win an Olympic gold,
Most likely to snag a billionaire?
Me? If the administration at Westerly High would have allowed the student body free reign, full creative control, I would have been voted:
Most likely to turn tricks for a living,
Most likely to screw you over,
Most likely to—hopefully—die a slow and painful death.
In the weeks leading up to graduation, I was the single-most hated member of my senior class. I was the girl who had driven the school’s golden boy to his demise. I was the girl who’d done something sordid and shameful. Exposed in a cruel and very public way, I was the girl who got what she deserved.
I’m Carolyn. This is my story, and believe it or not, there’s a happy ending—even for someone like me.
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With her character-driven plot and fast-moving storyline, Foster easily keeps readers engaged. The journey towards resolution is fraught with unexpected twists. An involving tale of love and redemption that will satisfy discerning fans of the new-adult genre. -Kirkus Reviews
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My name is Dylan Cole.
Twelve years ago I ruined my life.
I let her go.
Now I've become everything I once despised.
Everything they say about me? It's true.
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With her character-driven plot and fast-moving storyline, Foster easily keeps readers engaged. Although the ending isn’t surprising, the journey toward that resolution is fraught with unexpected twists. Foster’s prose is easygoing and readable, but she still tackles weighty issues in this romantic story, ranging from bullying and sex shaming to mental illness and living with learning disabilities. An involving tale of love and redemption that will satisfy discerning fans of the new-adult genre. -Kirkus Reviews
Smart and attractive Carolyn Harris and academically-challenged football star Jeremy Rivers find their lives intertwined in a wealthy Connecticut town in this gripping tale that effectively straddles the line between young adult and romance. Both the sweetness of young love and the dark underside of high school cliques are effectively depicted by a well-developed cast of characters shadowed by tragedy but reaching for independence and happiness. Readers will find themselves deeply engaged by Carolyn and Jeremy and the twists and turns of this genuinely engrossing story. -Publishers Weekly The Booklife Prize in Fiction