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Fifteen-year-old Ana has big plans to be a writer. Just, not a romance writer. She's seen what love does to people, and she wants no part of it. When a writing contest pairs her up with serial-dater Alejandro, Ana is skeptical. Her doubt fades, however, when she realizes he's a talented writer. Ana is grudgingly impressed. But despite their new connection, she’s not going to fall for Alejandro's charm. No way. Definitely not…

Mia just found out her family is moving across the country, which would be tough news for any teenager. But Mia is autistic. All her life, she's coped with her autism by relying on the familiar. How will Mia survive when she has to leave behind everything she knows?

Angela has been training on a trapeze since she was a kid. She loves the dizzying heights and acrobatics, but she doesn’t love the constant pressure to be perfect. When Angela’s best friend introduces her to boxing, she's thrilled! For once, she doesn't have to be graceful. But the more time she devotes to boxing, the more she puts her reputation for perfection at risk. And if she’s not perfect, then who is she? 

Maya’s mother immigrated to the US from Guatemala before Maya was born, but she still clings to her roots and traditions. When lacrosse star Josh Williams expresses interest in Maya, she’s excited to go on her first real date. But her mother isn’t on board. Can Maya make her mother see she’s ready to grow up and have more freedom? And can she do it before Josh loses interest and moves on to someone who isn’t held down by their Guatemalan heritage?

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