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About Abigail Johnson
Abigail Johnson was born in Pennsylvania. When she was twelve, her family traded in snowstorms for year-round summers and moved to Arizona. Abigail chronicled the entire cross-country road trip in a purple spiral-bound notebook that she still has, and has been writing ever since. She became a tetraplegic after breaking her neck in a car accident when she was seventeen, but hasn’t let that stop her from bodysurfing in Mexico, writing and directing a high-school production of Cinderella, and riding roller coasters every chance she gets. She is the author of several young adult novels including If I Fix You and Every Other Weekend. Visit Abigail online at abigailjohnsonbooks.com and follow her on Twitter @abigailswriting and Instagram @abigailjohnsonya.
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Adam’s life used to be awesome. Straight As, close friends and a perfect home life. Then his oldest brother died. Now his mom cries constantly, he and his middle brother can’t talk without fighting, and the father he always admired moved out when they needed him most.
Aspiring director Jolene’s life is nothing like the movies she loves—not the happy ones anyway. With her divorced parents at each other’s throats and using her as a pawn, no amount of mental reediting will give her the love she’s starving for.
Forced to spend every other weekend in the same apartment building, the boy who thinks forgiveness makes him weak and the girl who thinks love is for fools begin an unlikely friendship. The weekends he dreaded and she endured quickly become the best part of their lives. Have Jolene and Adam found something real? Or is their connection doomed from the start?
They’ll find out…every other weekend.
When sixteen-year-old Jill Whitaker's mom walks outwith a sticky note as a goodbyeonly Jill knows the real reason she's gone. But how can she tell her father? Jill can hardly believe the truth herself.
Suddenly, the girl who likes to fix thingscars, relationships, romances, peopleis all broken up. It used to be, her best friend, tall, blond and hot flirt Sean Addison, could make her smile in seconds. But not anymore. They don't even talk.
With nothing making sense, Jill tries to pick up the pieces of her life. When a new guy moves in next door, intense, seriously cute, but with scarson the inside and outthat he thinks don't show, Jill finds herself trying to make things better for Daniel. But over one long, hot Arizona summer, she realizes she can't fix anyone's life until she fixes her own. And she knows just where to start
A year ago, Brooke Covington lost everything when her beloved older brother, Jason, confessed to the murder of his best friend, Calvin. Brooke and her family became social pariahs, broken and unable to console one another. Brooke’s only solace remains the ice-skating rink where she works, but she no longer lets herself dream about a future skating professionally.
When Brooke encounters Calvin’s younger brother, Heath, on the side of the road and offers him a ride, everything changes. She needs someone to talk to…and so does Heath. No one else understands what it’s like. Her brother, alive but gone; his brother, dead but everywhere. Soon, they’re meeting in secret, despite knowing that both families would be horrified if they found out. In the place of his anger and her guilt, something frighteningly tender begins to develop, drawing them ever closer together.
But when a new secret comes out about the murder, Brooke has to choose whose pain she’s willing to live with—her family’s or Heath’s. Because she can’t heal one without hurting the other.
IF I FIX YOU
When sixteen-year-old Jill Whitaker’s mom walks out—with a sticky note as a goodbye—only Jill knows the real reason she’s gone. But how can she tell her father? Without her best friend/secret crush, she is broke. And for what seems like the first time, she is faced with something that cannot fix.
When a new guy moves in next door—intense, seriously cute, but with scars that he thinks don’t show—Jill finds herself trying to make things better for Daniel. But over one long, hot Arizona summer, she realizes she can’t fix anyone’s life until she fixes her own. And she knows just where to start…
THE FIRST TO KNOW
When Dana secretly does a DNA test for her dad, hoping to find him some distant relatives for his birthday, her entire world implodes. Instead of a few third cousins, Dana discovers a half-brother her age whose very existence means her parents’ happy marriage is a lie.
Dana’s desire to know her half-brother, Brandon, and the extent of her dad’s deception clashes with her wish not to destroy her family. But the opportunity to get to know Brandon is irresistible. But the more she finds out about Brandon, her father’s past and the irresistible guy who’ll never forgive her if he discovers the truth, the more she sees the inevitable fallout from her own lies.
Titles originally published in 2016 and 2017.
Dana Fields’s father never knew his parents. When Dana secretly does a DNA test for her dad, hoping to find him some distant relatives for his birthday, her entire world implodes. Instead of a few third cousins, Dana discovers a half brother her age whose very existence means her parents’ happy marriage is a lie.
Dana’s desire to know her half brother, Brandon, and the extent of her dad’s deception clashes with her wish not to destroy her family. When she sees the opportunity to get to know Brandon through his cousin, the intense yet kind Chase, she takes it. But the more she finds out about Brandon, her father’s past and the irresistible guy who’ll never forgive her if he discovers the truth, the more she sees the inevitable fallout from her own lies. With her family crumbling around her, Dana must own up to her actions and find a way to heal the breach—for everyone—before they’re torn apart for good.
En ese preciso instante, pierde a su madre y a su mejor amigo… A la mañana siguiente, la madre de Jill ya ha desaparecido y se ha despedido de ella y de su padre con una nota. A la protagonista le espera un verano lleno de incertidumbre, decepciones y descubrimientos, y pasará de ser “la chica que siempre arregla los problemas de los demás” a la chica que tiene que arreglar sus propios problemas. Jill y su padre intentan salir adelante, ella se esfuerza en retomar su relación con Sean, y parece que poco a poco las aguas se van calmando… Pero en realidad Jill está devastada.
La llegada de un nuevo vecino, Daniel, un chico de veintiún años muy atractivo, supone un soplo de aire fresco para Jill, que volverá a dejar sus problemas a un lado para intentar solucionar los de su nuevo amigo, que vive una complicada historia familiar. Sin embargo, pronto comprenderá que no puede arreglar la vida de nadie si no se ocupa primer de la suya.
Ahora, su madre, amante de la diversión, llora constantemente. Él y su otro hermano no consiguen hablar sin pelearse y el padre que siempre admiró, demostró ser un cobarde al marcharse cuando más lo necesitaban.
La vida de Jolene Timber no se parece en nada a las películas que tanto le gustan, al menos no a las felices. Como aspirante a directora, debería saberlo, pues lleva desde niña reintentando su vida constantemente. Con padres divorciados peleándose y usándola como peón, ningún tipo de juego mental le dará el amor por el que se muere.
Obligados a pasar fin de semanas alternos en el mismo edificio de apartamentos, el chico que cree que el perdón le hace débil y la chica que cree que el amor es para los tontos, forjan una amistad poco probable. Pero cuando la vida de uno empieza a recuperarse mientras la del otro se desmorona, se dan cuenta de que, enamorarse mientras se está rodeado de caos no asegura nada bueno.
El deseo de Dana por conocer a su hermano Brandon y la gran decepción con su padre se enfrentaban al deseo de no separar a su familia. A pesar de ello, en cuanto Dana ve la oportunidad de descubrir más sobre su hermano a través de su primo, el intenso pero amable Chase, la aprovecha. Sin embargo, cuanto más investiga Dana sobre Brandon, el pasado de su padre y ese chico irresistible, quien no le perdonaría si descubriera la verdad, más inevitables se vuelven los efectos colaterales de sus propias mentiras. En una situación en la que el pilar de su familia se derrumba, Dana debe asumir la responsabilidad de sus acciones y encontrar la forma de curar las cicatrices abiertas antes de que el daño sea irreparable.