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Now I Know It's Not My Fault
Laurie B. Levine

Author Self-Published
January 2017
On Sale: January 5, 2017
Featuring: Alexandra Geller; Paula Hanover; Amber Klein
352 pages
ISBN: 1535511583
EAN: 9781535511582
Kindle: B01MPX04HO
Paperback / e-Book
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Young Adult | Contemporary

Alexandra Geller is a bright, underachieving fourteen- year-old coming of age in the big hair 1980’s. The sudden death of her mother five years ago, and her relationship with her well-meaning but emotionally unavailable father, leaves her vulnerable as she tries to figure out who she is. Early in her freshman year, she’s befriended by Paula Hanover, a young, attractive science teacher at her high school. Paula’s irreverence and charm attracts the attention of the girls, who look up to her, and the boys, who have crushes on her.

Alex is thrilled to be chosen by this woman and relishes the feeling of finally “belonging” to a mother figure. Paula’s intentions aren’t so benevolent, as she slowly and carefully draws Alex into a relationship designed to meet her own needs, not Alex’s. Desperate for maternal attention, Alex finds ways to ignore the vague sense that something is wrong. Her compelling story sheds light on a common, but rarely talked about kind of trauma which is subtle, and occurs under the radar.

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