Sam and his mates enjoy boasting about their success with girls, until Sam meets Priya. Suddenly, girls are no longer just sex objects or trophies. He can actually talk to Priya and he cares about her. But of course he fancies her too, and Priya feels the same way about him. Making love feels right for both of them. But what happens when Priya discovers she is pregnant?
Jean Ure was still at school when she had her first novel published. After finishing school she took on a variety of jobs to support herself while she continued to write: cook, floor-scrubber, translator, temp, trainee nurse, usherette and shop assistant. Then after spending two years in Paris, she enrolled at the Webber-Douglas Academy of Drama where she trained as an actress. With over 100 books under her belt, Jean Ure is widely recognised as one of the most successful and popular authors in this country. Jean has written the following books for Orchard: Just Sixteen, Love Is For Ever, Boys Are OK!, Girls Are Groovy!, Pink Knickers Aren't Cool!, Girls Stick Together!, Stevie Silver: Stage Struck, Stevie Silver: Star Light. Jean lives in a 300-year-old house in Croydon with her husband, seven dogs and four cats.