Making A Play by Abbi Glines

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift? Here’s a Tales Before Bedtime recommended book gift.

Making A Play

Written by Abi Glines

Perfect for KS4 and above…

Ryker Lee is finally enjoying his senior year – he has great friends, hangs out with hot girls, and is on track to get a football scholarship that will set him up for college.  despite this, a small part of him wonders if there’s more to life than parties and meaningless hookups – and if football even means as much to him as it does to his fellow teammates.  When he meets the new girl at school, his world totally changes…

Amora Maclay is new to Lawton.  She’s grateful that her twin brother, Hunter, is the star of the football team and can help her adjust to her new school, but she’s not grateful for how overprotective he is when she meets anyone new.  Just because she is deaf does not mean people have to treat her differently.  When she meets Ryker, the two of them have instant and intense chemistry that proves to be controversial, not only because of Rykers’s reputation as a player, but also because of Auurora and Hunter’s father’s bigoted views about who Aurora can and can’t date.

Aurora and Ryker know in their hearts that they are meant for each other.  But can their relationship endure the turmoil of rumors and prejudice?

You can follow Abi on twitter at @abbiglinesbooks

or visit her website here.

Making A Play is published by Simon and Schuster


Categories: 14+, Christmas 2019, Fiction, KS4, Relationship Stories, Teen, YA, Young Adult, Young Adult Fiction

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