For most of her childhood Constance has felt like an outcast. She's not quite like other girls: somehow she's 'different'. But when Constance meets new boyfriend Sean, things seem to change. So begins a journey through anger, shame, loneliness - to a gradual realisation that brings both strength and pride. This fast-paced read is dynamic and gripping, perfect for teen readers who want all the characteristics of a long novel, dealing with teenage issues and tough topics, in a strong, condensed book. From a series written by some amazing authors, this book is everything a reluctant reader would want to get them engaged.
Teresa Schaeffer is a poet, novelist, filmmaker and screenwriter. She was part of the foster care system until the age of three and grew up with foster children almost her entire childhood. Teresa has also had two collections of poetry published.