I am lightly revising/editing my favourite YA and wondering what to do with it next. 🤔 Like my others, I tackle issues, but it’s about following your passion, discovering what matters, and falling in love. It has all the feels. I’m determined to see it out in the world. Did I mention it’s my favourite YA?😉
Slowly Falling has cross-over appeal!
Couldn't put it down!
Every time I pick up a book by Rose Phillips, I can't put it down, and this one also kept me up late! I loved the pace, the instant attraction between Chloe and Derrick, and the gradual deepening of their relationship. Also that on-tenterhooks feeling of not wanting them to be pulled apart but knowing that things are going to get rocky before they get even better.
A great read for both teens and adults!
I have a fondness for Chloe. Struggling with grief, anxiety, and OCD, she taps into parts of me & people I know.
It's out in the world!
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Chloe uses work to hide from the world, but she can’t escape her thoughts. Since the death of her track-star boyfriend, her panic attacks are sneaking up on her. A lot. And while others may think her odd behavior is because of his loss, the truth is she’s always been just this side of “crazy.” Until now, her compulsive daily rituals kept them at bay. At least in public.
When Derrick walks into her life, she’s distracted enough to back away from the edge of her mental precipice. Convinced he’s her safe haven, she falls blindly into a relationship. With him, she dreams of being like every other seventeen-year-old. It seems so easy, but it's not.
How do you face the future when the past won't let you go?