Who I Am

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Bold Strokes Books, Apr 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 189 pages
7 Reviews
Discovering who you are is the hardest part of growing up.

Devin Kelly is an Air Force brat, band nerd, bookworm, and loner. After the untimely death of her father, she and her mother move to Los Angeles to start a new life. Devin is welcomed to her new school by an arrogant bully named Jason who promises to make the rest of her senior year miserable.

Things turn around, however, when a beautiful and intelligent young woman named Melanie Parker, who happens to be Jason's sister, comes to her rescue. As the relationship between Devin and Melanie grows, Devin finds herself becoming more and more drawn to her new friend's vivacious spirit. It's not until an unpleasant confrontation with Jason that Devin must admit to herself that her feelings for Melanie are far more than platonic.

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User Review  - Dej'a - Goodreads

I think it was an okay book, but it had a cheesy story line. It was almost like the writhers of LOGO and Lifetime movies came together and made this book. Read full review

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User Review  - Robert Gamboa - Goodreads

I can totally relate to this story! Thank you! Read full review

About the author (2011)

M.L. Rice was born and raised in the plains of Texas. She graduated with a degree in Radio/TV/Film from the University of Texas at Austin where she was a proud member of the Longhorn Marching and Basketball Bands. After college she moved to sunny Los Angeles where she currently lives with her wife and three cats. She enjoys scuba diving, hiking, kayaking, swimming, spending too much time on video games, going to the theater, and playing in Disneyland. She volunteers for various non-profit organizations, travels whenever she can, collects and plays multiple instruments including the trumpet, cello, and great highland bagpipes, and is also a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.

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