Name: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Rating: 4.6 stars over 17 reviews
Description: Sophomore year. Woo. Christine Lee couldn’t be less excited.
It’s only been a year since her mom died--not that her dad seems to remember. He’s proposed to his girlfriend, Candace, aka The Bimbo. Even worse, she and her daughter Emma are moving in and taking over. Christine can’t bear to see her mom replaced so quickly, and she has a plan: stop this stupid wedding. But none of her schemes seems to be working. Can she help her dad see the truth before the big day?
At least she’s got the Miracle Girls. But as the pressures of sophomore year build, they find themselves drawn in different directions—Ana’s obsession with beating Riley at school, Riley’s bad-news older boyfriend, Zoe’s new neighbor who’s always hanging around. Will the Miracle Girls be pulled apart? Can Christine fight hard enough to keep them together? In this, the second young adult novel in The Miracle Girls series, these four friends discover that the faith holds them together is stronger than anything that could tear them apart.
Reviews: "I enjoyed this delightful teen novel. Written in the voice of Christine, the story peels away like an onion--layer by layer--as she moves through the grieving experience from experiencing the recent death of her mother, to the idea of a new step-mother. Added to the mix are driving, dating, and her roller coaster relationship with her friends, the Miracle Girls."
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