Can she hold up under the pressure, or will Harper learn the hard way that the turf isn’t always greener on the other field?
Laura Chapman is the author of sweet and sexy romantic comedies, including Playing House, the Queen of the League series, and The Marrying Type. A native Nebraskan, she is the Lincoln-area municipal liaison for National Novel Writing Month and is a member of Romance Writers of America and Romance Authors of the Heartland. She previously served on the boards for the Nebraska Literary Heritage Association and Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy and Research Association. When she isn't creating her next story, Laura works at a museum and loves football, Netflix marathons, and her cats, Jane and Bingley.
Put an atheist in a strict Catholic school? Expect comedy, chaos, and an Inquisition. The Breakfast Club meets Saved! in debut author Katie Henry’s hilarious novel about a band of misfits who set out to challenge their school, one nun at a time. Perfect for fans of Becky Albertalli and Robyn Schneider.
When Michael walks through the doors of Catholic school, things can’t get much worse. His dad has just made the family move again, and Michael needs a friend. When a girl challenges their teacher in class, Michael thinks he might have found one, and a fellow atheist at that. Only this girl, Lucy, isn’t just Catholic . . . she wants to be a priest.
Lucy introduces Michael to other St. Clare’s outcasts, and he officially joins Heretics Anonymous, where he can be an atheist, Lucy can be an outspoken feminist, Avi can be Jewish and gay, Max can wear whatever he wants, and Eden can practice paganism.
Michael encourages the Heretics to go from secret society to rebels intent on exposing the school’s hypocrisies one stunt at a time. But when Michael takes one mission too far—putting the other Heretics at risk—he must decide whether to fight for his own freedom or rely on faith, whatever that means, in God, his friends, or himself.