A Margaret Ferguson Book
Holly McCormack has a lot to hide, like that she’s dating a girl, even though as far as everyone else is concerned, she’s not a lesbian. She also runs a support group for survivors of sexual assault at her high school, but she was never a victim. Between hearing the stories of the survivors and trying to be worthy to date the prettiest girl in school, Chastaine Rollo, Holly’s drowning in stress. She’s also dealing with her negative body image by starving herself.
When Holly’s anxiety over keeping her relationship with Chastaine from her parents reaches the breaking point, her eating disorder gets worse. She needs help, but keeping secrets for so long has left her with nowhere to turn.