Dixie didn’t used to be popular. But when she got the chance to hang out with Heather and Tammy a few years back, she jumped at the chance. Ever since she’s been a part of the in crowd. The girls who matter. Her life is filled with shopping, parties, and gossip. She might have to bend the rules every now and then, but that’s just the cost of cool, right?
At least that’s what Dixie tells herself when Heather and Tammy talk her into getting a fake ID. The girls sneak into a bar to see a local band and Dixie falls in love instantly with the band’s lead singer: the handsome, mysterious, and talented Vince.
There is nothing Dixie won’t do for Vince because she knows that this is true love. But before long, things start to change. Dixie’s fun isn’t so fun anymore. Vince doesn’t give her as much attention as he used to. A creepy guy keeps hanging around. And what’s with Vince and that new lead singer, Pamela?
Dixie is sweet, naive, and totally loveable. At first it annoyed me that she hung around with Heather and Tammy, who were not the best of friends even when they tried. But as Dixie experienced heartbreak, I fell in love with her humanity. None of us are perfect and every girl is looking for true love. Dixie’s journey is a real eye-opener for girls to get to know a guy before they allow their heart to attach. If now, they might find out the hard way that they didn’t really know him at all. Recommended.
Age Range: 12-16
Part of a Series: book two in the Pathway Collection
Publisher: Th1nk Books (A division of NavPress)
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