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Get Your Copy Now As a therapist, working with tweens for twenty years, I whole-heartedly recommend this book.Amy’s easy-mannered, forward and fun style shines through for the tween who is starting to splash around in the dating pool (and their parents! If you want your kid to get spot-on tips and heads-ups from an informed and powerful female perspective (but don’t have the stomach or parts to do it yourself), this is REQUIRED READING for boys and girls alike; I keep it on the table in my waiting room!Spoiler alert: It does have a happy ending, so you can at least look forward to that.Overall, the book does well getting inside the mind of a typical teenager who struggles to consider the future, easily swept up in what appears to be a whirlwind romance.
Even though the subtitle, “A teen’s guide to breaking free of abusive relationships,” utilizes the often scoffed at misnomer “abusive relationships” (relationships are not abusive—a person is), we’ll let it slide.
The main character may drive you crazy a little bit—she’s hopelessly lost and naïve—but as the story evolves, she does too, and begins to learn from her mistakes. Parker Themes of jealousy, possession and isolation infiltrate Parker’s debut novel about high school senior Zephyr, who falls for the dangerous newcomer, Alec.