By Melody Carlson
She suggestion she'd left the summer time in the back of . . .This 12 months might be the simplest of Sophie Ramsay's lifestyles. She's acquaintances with all of the correct humans, she's a shoo-in for editor of the college newspaper, and she's controlled to show the pinnacle of 1 of the most popular men in school.But something's no longer rather correct. Sophie has a secret--one she can't hold lower than wraps much longer.
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Sophie heard the girls laughing as she made her way out of the store. They were probably just laughing for the sake of laughing. That’s what girls her age did. But it sure felt as if they were laughing at her, as if they had known what she’d been up to, as if they could read her like a book. She threw the detestable Walgreen’s bag into the backseat and started her car again. Maybe she should just give up this fool’s errand. Maybe being the queen of denial wasn’t such a bad thing after all. Maybe her suspicions were totally wrong.
4. High schools—Fiction. 5. Schools—Fiction. 6. ] I. Title. C216637Any 2010 [Fic]—dc22 2009025389 This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, or persons, living or dead, is coincidental. ” Carrie Anne stepped out of the fitting room and performed a quick 360-degree turn. She patted the backside of the slim-fitting jeans and then frowned. ” Sophie rolled her eyes.
Carrie Anne cried. ” Sophie reached up for Carrie Anne’s extended hand, letting her friend help pull her back to her feet. ” Carrie Anne looked worried. ” Sophie reached for her chin, which was throbbing like someone had just smacked it with a sledgehammer. ” Carrie Anne’s eyes were huge. ” Carrie Anne gently led Sophie toward the day camp area. “Oh, Sophie,” Mrs. Vincent called as she hurried over to meet them. ” “She fell down in the gravel,” Carrie Anne said. ” Mrs. Vincent frowned. “There’s a first-aid kit in the boat.