Publication Date: September 1, 2020
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Ages 14 And Up, Grades 9 And Up
From the authors of Unpregnant (soon to be a movie from HBO Max!), this stand-alone teen twist on the cancer love story is dark humor mixed with quirky fun—think Dirty Rotten Scoundrels meets The Fault In Our Stars. When perennial nice guy Cam learns the girl of his dreams's boyfriend, Steve, has a potentially terminal illness, he decides the way to win her heart is by saving Steve's life.
Steve Stevenson is an asshole. That might not be a cool thing to say about someone with cancer, but it’s true. Yeah, he throws legendary parties and is the most popular guy in school, but he also loves humiliating pranks, Cardi B, and doesn’t recycle. Worst of all, he’s dating Kaia—the girl of nice guy Cam’s dreams.But when a desperate Kaia asks Cam to help her raise money to pay for Steve’s experimental treatment, Cam offers to organize the biggest, most viral fundraising campaign—SaveSteve.org. Maybe then Kaia will finally see Cam as the perfect, thoughtful, altruistic, good guy for her. But Steve’s no fool. He’s totally on to Cam’s plan. And to stop him from stealing his girlfriend, he’s going to do whatever it takes to make Cam’s life as miserable as his own.From Jenni Hendriks and Ted Caplan, authors of Unpregnant, comes a quirky, funny story about the pressures of who others expect you to be and what it really means to do the right thing.
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