If I tell
Janet Gurtler's books have been called "just right for fans of Sarah Dessen and Jodi Picoult" (Booklist) and "reminiscent of Judy Blume" (RT Book Reviews). In this riveting contemporary YA read, she explores the consequences of keeping the ultimate secret.
One small mistake. One giant secret.
Jazz wasn't supposed to have seen her mother's boyfriend that night. Especially not making out with one of her friends! Worse yet, she goes to tell her mom and gets the ultimate bombshell: her mom's pregnant. Now, Jazz can never reveal what she's seen. No matter what.
The only one who seems to understand her is Jackson. Rumors are swirling that he's just out of reform school. But right now-with everything going on-Jazz isn't afraid to live on the edge a little...
Praise for Janet Gurtler: "Gutler's writing unfurls with the exquisite grace of a flower." -- Sarah Ockler, bestselling author of Fixing Delilahand Twenty Boy Summer
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|Last Indexed||2020-01-25 23:50:58PM|
|detailed_location_school||Wright Middle - Teen Fiction|
|display_description||Raised by her grandparents, seventeen-year-old Jasmine, the result of a biracial one night stand, has never met her father but has a good relationship with her mother until she sees her mother's boyfriend kissing Jaz's best friend.|
Conduct of life -- Fiction
Grandparents -- Fiction
Interpersonal relations -- Fiction
Racially mixed people -- Fiction
Secrets -- Fiction
Washington (State) -- Fiction
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If I Tell
If I tell / Janet Gurtler
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Conduct of life
Racially mixed people
Young Adult Fiction
Young Adult Literature