Rebecca Phillips has been a fan of contemporary young adult fiction ever since she first discovered Judy Blume at the age of twelve. After a brief stint writing bad poetry as a teenager, she finally found her niche with realistic, coming‑of‑age YA. Her third novel, OUT OF NOWHERE, was a finalist in the 2012 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. She's also the author of the Amazon best-selling JUST YOU series. Her next YA novel, FAKING PERFECT (Kensington/K-Teen), is set to be released on June 30, 2015.
Rebecca lives just outside the beautiful city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, with her husband, two children, and one spoiled rotten cat. She absolutely loves living so close to the ocean. When she’s not tapping away on her laptop, she can be found vacuuming up cat hair, spending time with her family, watching reality TV, reading all different genres of books, or strolling around the bookstore with a vanilla latte in her hand. Visit Rebecca on her website www.rebeccawritesya.com and on Twitter @RebeccaWritesYA
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Out of Nowhere
At eleven years old, Riley Tate witnessed the death of her father. For Riley, a hypochondriac with anxiety issues, even the simplest things feel dangerous. When she meets fearless daredevil Cole, she realizes immediately that he’s not the type of boy she usually goes for. Dating someone who’s so casual about death has its challenges, but as Riley soon learns, not everyone needs to be saved.
Someone Else (Just You #2)
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When her boyfriend Michael leaves for college, 17 year old Taylor is determined to make their long-distance relationship work. But she can’t deny her growing attraction to Dylan, a cute soccer player, especially when her relationship with Michael starts falling apart. When the inevitable break-up occurs, Taylor begins a rebound romance with Dylan that quickly becomes more than she bargained for.
Just You (Just You #1)
Through witnessing her parents' bitter divorce, sixteen-year-old Taylor Brogan has learned what she believes to be a certainty—men lie, men betray, men can’t be trusted.
Betrayed one time too many, Taylor vows to give up boys for good. But when she meets sweet, gorgeous Michael Hurst, everything she knows—or thought she knew—is about to be challenged.
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