A "touching, witty, and suspenseful" (American Bookseller) romance from the acclaimed author of The Bear's House and Fran Ellen's House. Sixteen-year-olds Beebe Clarke and Mark Driscoll both live in San Francisco with a single parent, have serious dispositions, and long for a close relationship with a member of the opposite sex. Now, if they could just meet. . . . An American Bookseller "Pick of the List".
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CIRCLESUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Beebe Clarke (named for Boat_rice in Much Ado About Nothing) longs to play Juliet in the school play—until the director has a heart attack, and the substitute (a thoroughgoing philistine who teaches ... Read full review
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