The Fling by Julian F. Thompson

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Reality and fiction blend as Felicia Gordon writes a story for her English class that resembles real life--except that her unusual plot has been written before it actually occurs. By the author of Shepherd.

About Julian F. Thompson

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Thompson has been a high school teacher, a football coach, and a speechwriter for a U.S. Senate candidate.
Published July 23, 2012 by Curtis Brown Digital. 201 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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David and Al sneak out for midnight skinny-dipping, Malcolm and Felicia make out in a garden maze, and the mystery of who David actually is deepens as he and Kate deliver conflicting stories about his scars.

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Day, like many very pretty girls, was not disposed to speculate too much.'' Soon Felicia moves into Kate's house, too, joining Allison and suave, BMW-driving Malcolm, and the mysteries multiply when their hostess introduces obnoxious David, her teenage brother.

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