Lesbian Young Adult
Paperback: 166 pages
Publisher: Sapphire Books Publishing (April 1, 2015)
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One fateful evening in 1996, only child and latchkey kid 14-year old Brenna Bianco caves into peer pressure and blatantly ignores her parents request to remain home while they are out. Venturing on an apparently harmless neighborhood bike ride with her cousin Sara and their mutual friend Mary, Brenna wakes the next morning to realize Mary never returned home. When an overzealous police officer accuses Brenna of foul play, she must rely on her amateur police skills and ingenuity to redeem herself. On a personal level, Brenna is struggling with being an only child, her over-protective, work-a-holic parents, and her unwelcome, yet growing interest in members of her same sex. Who ever said being a teenager was easy?
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