Overview - If everyone wants to say I'm trippin', well, that's their problem. . . If you saw my boo Sincere, you'd totally understand why I've dropped everything--even my besties--to be with him 24/7. After all, what girl wouldn't do whatever it takes to show her first-ever boyfriend she's all he could ever want? Read more...
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If everyone wants to say I'm trippin', well, that's their problem. . .
If you saw my boo Sincere, you'd totally understand why I've dropped everything--even my besties--to be with him 24/7. After all, what girl wouldn't do whatever it takes to show her first-ever boyfriend she's all he could ever want? I know I'm a prize, but relationships are tough enough when you're just a high school senior, so I've really had to up my game to keep a college freshman like Sincere interested. And if that means hacking his cell and following him everywhere, I'm down. Because I just know what we have is for always. And I'm going to prove it, no matter how far I have to go. . .
"Hot and poppin' with drama and life lessons. The world of teen lit has never seen anything like this before "--Ni-Ni Simone Amir Abrams
is a regular dude with a dream. Born in Brooklyn, Amir has a thing for fresh kicks, fly whips, and all things Polo. For Amir, writing teen fiction was never something he imagined himself doing until he started working with Ni-Ni Simone on Hollywood High.
Now, he's amped about the endless possibilities. Amir hopes to be an inspiration to others and is determined to make a difference in the lives of teens everywhere.
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Miyah Nicols is a good girl gone bad. A focused student, she has a tight-knit group of friends and her sights set on attending Juilliard as a dancer. After Miyah falls hard for gorgeous college freshman Sincere Lewis, suspicion, obsession, and jealousy take over her life. Soon she's skipping school, stalking Sincere outside his house and online, becoming violent with perceived rivals, and treating everyone badly ("I will wrap my hands up in her weave and drag her through the streets," Miyah thinks to herself after a friend jokes about messing around with Sincere). In his first solo novel, Abrams, coauthor of the recent Hollywood High, offers a drama-filled cautionary tale about getting in too deep. Spoiled and self-obsessed, Miyah isn't always easy to relate to (she's the kind of girl who gets a BMW and gifts from Gucci and Tiffany for her 17th birthday and still has plenty to complain about). But while Miyah's last-minute awakening is abrupt, Abrams doesn't have her make an unrealistic 180 either. Ages 14–up. Agent: Sara Camilli, Sara Camilli Agency. (Dec.)