Planned Release for September of 2020
I started this young adult novel because it was a story that I felt needed to be told. Too many teenage girls accept behavior that borders or crosses the line into abuse in their early relationships because they simply don’t know any better.
Society teaches young girls that they are supposed to be sweet and kind. Society says young girls should avoid being rude and should follow the rules. Society sets young girls up to be victims.
This story emphasizes those red flags and the consequences they can have on young girls.
He Loves Me Not by Nenia Corcoran
Sweet and self-conscious Sasha has never had a boyfriend. When the star of the baseball team asks her out, she feels like she’s living a high school fairytale. Everyone, including her mother, constantly remind her how lucky she is to be dating a guy like Adam. But Sasha finds herself battling Adam’s jealousy, mood swings and possessive behavior.
Desperate to keep Adam happy and avoid losing him, she’s isolated and alone. With no one to turn to and unable to avoid upsetting Adam no matter how hard she tries, she slips into depression. She can’t continue to live this way, but she can’t imagine living without Adam, either.