ABOUT: How do you cope when the people you care for hurt you the most? When the way you feel on the outside, smothers you on the inside. And when you are left to face your demons alone, will you learn that only you have the power to overcome them?
Charlie has never had it easy. Between the constant moving and the incessant fat comments and jokes from her father, her self-worth is nonexistent. Her reflection in the mirror shows her nothing but a plain Jane. Music is the only thing that keeps her sanity in check.
Charlie catches the eye of the town star quarterback, Maverick. With her curves, her brunette hair, and the voice of an angel, Maverick has never met anyone like her. Everything that is different about Charlie just makes Maverick like her more. Unfortunately, Charlie doesn’t see it herself.
Proving it to her may deem harder than he thinks, especially when tragedy strikes and tears them apart.
Now standing on her own two feet she may finally learn exactly who she is, what’s she’s capable of and how very un plain Jane she really is.
I’m surprised I didn’t like this because there were many good reviews on goodreads and amazon. I think a part of it was the grammatical errors that popped up every couple of sentences. The author seems to love “at the moment” or something like that because she used it five times in one chapter. The characters were unbelievable and while I understand the importance to bringing awareness to bullying, I felt like it didn’t match up. The author seemed to have an idea, which was good, I think, but she didn’t achieve heart. I don’t know. Maybe these characters were just too young for me. Anyways, I probably won’t be reading her other work because I feel that the grammatical errors were way too frequent and not worth my money.