What if you were the only girl living in a private boys’ boarding school?
Fourteen-year-old Suzette LeBlanc moves into the Sanford Naval Academy in Florida when her dad becomes its Commandant. Walking through the school lobby, she feels like something on a specimen slide in biology class. It doesn’t help that she’s nearsighted and refuses to wear her ugly glasses.
Suzette struggles to fit in with the older, more sophisticated midshipmen as well as the girls in the Catholic high school she attends across town. In between the pranks—from a riotous cast of characters—and the prom, she’s invited to join the cheer-leading squad and finds a friend in the squad captain, Debbie. Life looks good until a local girl becomes pregnant and a midshipman is believed to be responsible. That’s when Suzette must turn to her parents to save the school from retribution. Will she be in time?
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Award-winning author Renee Garrison was born in Washington DC. Her father was a naval aviator, whose job required the family to move every three years. Though she hated changing schools, Renee loved the freedom to reinvent herself in each new city where she lived.
She discovered her love of journalism while writing for her high school newspaper and graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in Mass Communications. She spent 16 years as a staff writer for The Tampa Tribune.
Most of the time, she writes at home in Florida. But she always carries a notebook and pen so she can scribble thoughts in the car, on beach chairs – she’s even done some pretty good work on the back of vomit bags during long airline flights! (She must have coffee, though, and chocolate seems to help her creative process a lot.)