Wondering ‘What should I read next?’ My (Not So) Secret Crush by Meg Danale.
I've always figured the girl next door is just as much of a bee as her mean girl older sister, and I'm not sure if I should trust the sweetness that is proving me wrong.
Raven plans on spending his senior year avoiding people as much as possible, building his name as a graphic designer, and placating his parent's worries that he'll have a repeat of the same depression he had three years ago. What he doesn't count on is the smexy telephone prank call that turns into a surprisingly solid, if anonymous, friendship, or the girl next door turning out to be completely different than he expected.
Lucy is used to being invisible to next door neighbor Raven since he happens to loathe her older sister. Who could blame him when Emily makes herself so easy to dislike? It's just her luck that Lucy's stupid heart chose him to bestow her affections on when they moved in four years ago. Now, with Raven in his senior year, her friends remind her that this is her last chance to get his attention. Too bad she's a chicken. And that she's firmly committed to the two year commitment she has as Tim's non-kissing girlfriend. Isn't she?
In this tale of insecurity and love, Meg Danale explores how people can surprise us in all the best ways and how faith in our fellow humans can sometimes lead to something more.
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