In the town of Riverbend, four friends laugh together, lean on each other and seek the Lord as they face the pressures of family relationships, self-image issues, social media and more.
In Real, Not Perfect Tessa has lived a trouble-free life as the only child of two loving parents—she is well-liked, gets straight As, is on the competitive swim team, and is active in her church youth group. It’s a pretty perfect life! That is, until she comes home from swim practice one day to find that her parents are divorcing. Along with that, her BFF has moved to Florida, and Tessa gets stuck in Intro to Drama—possibly the worst class ever!
In Searching for Normal
six months ago Shay Mitchell’s life changed forever. Now she’s just trying to survive school bullies, drama class, and living with her Aunt Laura above the bookstore. No one, not even her new friends, knows her real story or the reason she’s living with her aunt in the first place.
In The Me You See w
inter break is usually Izzy’s favorite time of year, but this year all it does is make her feel lonely. She adores her brother Sebastian, but she’s stuck at home taking care of him ALL. THE. TIME. And her squad—her friends from Drama I—are too busy with their own exciting plans to get together with her. So of course her phone is her lifeline!
In Chasing the Spotlight Amelia’s feeling a bit lost these days. Her parents are very involved (make that over-involved) volunteering as marriage counselors with their church. Her big brother Josh, the only one who truly understands her, just got married. And her big sister, Maggie? Let’s just say they don’t exactly get along. Maggie is perfectly pretty, perfectly smart, and dates the perfect guy.
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