Miss Me Not by Tiffany King

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From USA Today Bestselling author Tiffany King

Everyone at some point has probably done something they wish they could take back. Madison Hanson's past mistakes have made her feel like a shadow. Her grades suck, her social life is non-existent and her home life isn't much better. Just when she thought things couldn't get any worse, the sudden and tragic death of a fellow student forces Madison to reevaluate everything she thought she believed in.

Fate intervenes in the form of Dean Jackson, a popular "Mr. Everything" at school whose life is the polar opposite of Madison's. What starts as a simple tutoring session blossoms into an unlikely relationship, proving that opposites do sometimes attract. With Dean's help, Madison discovers a new life outside of the darkness she has cloaked herself in, and the power of forgiveness, acceptance, caring and love.

Other works by Tiffany King
The Saving Angels Series
Meant to Be (book 1)
Forgotten Souls (book 2)
The Ascended (book 3)
Wishing For Someday Soon
Forever Changed
Unlikely Allies
Jordyn: A Daemon Hunter Novel Book 1
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About Tiffany King

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Hi, my name is Tiffany King, the author of the Paranormal/Romance YA novel "Meant to Be," and I'm practically a native Floridian. My family and I have been here for the last fourteen years and have gotten quite used to the mild winters and scorching summers. During the process of writing "Meant to Be," I discovered just how much I love to write and I have many story ideas tucked away. I'm glad you made it and hope you will follow me and "Meant to Be" as we navigate through the wonderful world of reading. Welcome Aboard.
Published November 22, 2012 by A.T. Publishing LLC. 317 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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