More Than Words
When something seems too good to be true, it usually is. Or is it?
I’m tired. Tired of being bullied, ignored, and tired of my dysfunctional parents. I clean out my locker, so no one else has to do it for me once I’m gone. But when someone knocks my books out of my hands, it sets off a motion of events that makes me feel more alive than I’ve ever felt before.
Andreas is the best friend of one of my bullies, but he’s nothing like any of them. He’s kind and compassionate and charming—and he doesn’t seem to mind my scars. When he reveals he’s bisexual and interested in me, it all seems too good to be true.
But who am I to look a gift-horse in the mouth? It’s not like I can’t postpone my plans, after all, and go along with him for as long as he’ll have me.
This novel was first released in 2015. The 2019 edition includes better formatting, as well as some added scenes.