From the author of Losing Faith, a novel about two sisters and the eating disorder that threatens to destroy their family.Loann’s always wanted to be popular and pretty like her sister, Claire. So when Claire’s ex-boyfriend starts flirting with her, Loann is willing to do whatever it takes to... show more
From the author of Losing Faith, a novel about two sisters and the eating disorder that threatens to destroy their family.Loann’s always wanted to be popular and pretty like her sister, Claire. So when Claire’s ex-boyfriend starts flirting with her, Loann is willing to do whatever it takes to feel special…even if that means betraying her sister. But as Loann slips inside Claire’s world, she discovers that everything is not as it seems. Claire’s quest for perfection is all-consuming, and comes at a dangerous price. And Loann is frightened she could lose the sister she’s always idolized. As Claire increasingly withdraws from friends and family, Loann struggles to understand her and make amends. Can she heal their relationship—and her sister—before it’s too late?
Publish date: July 10th 2012
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
It started out dealing with one issue, a more simple issue and the book ended on a more deeper level and the way the two emerged was like opening a door. Loann wants to be more like her sister Claire, popular and outgoing. She watches and takes mental notes so if her chance comes along she will no...
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