The C Word
Secrets have a way of getting out.
And I, Addison Parker, am the queen of secrets.
Really, I’m the queen of the entire school, but that’s one label I never wanted.
After an injury leaves me benched from cheerleading, it’s a relief.
I can spend time with my two best friends: yoga pants and books.
That’s secret number one.
Secret number two? Well, I’d have to kill you if I told you.
The only person I want to tell is Bookboy, my anonymous online friend. In my head, he’s perfect, a dashing prince straight out of one of my romance novels.
Whoever he is, he’s not the one person I can’t even look at. Because Julian Callahan is definitely not a prince.
But maybe a prince isn’t the answer because my life has never been a fairytale.
I have a secret.
Really, I have a few.
I am not my twin. Okay, that’s more fact than secret. My brother is dead, and I don’t miss him. That juicy enough? I think I’m supposed to wish he were here, but he did something terrible that night.
I’m writing a romance novel. Love is kind of cool, sue me. But that’s not the secret. That’s about a girl I’ve known for years, and I’ve never been able to stop thinking about her.
I also have this new online friend. LitGirl makes me smile a lot these days. And yet… she’s not the one I want. At least, I don’t think she is.
How do I choose between the only girl who knows me, the one leaving her hilarious comments in the margins of my book, and the girl I’ve loved my entire life?
One is anonymous. The other, only a dream.
But these secrets… they just might hurt us all.
Book 3 in the Redefining Me series, The C Word is a full-length, standalone YA romance with all the feels.