by e. E. Charlton-Trujillo
After so many years of being called Fat Angie, Angie can only think of herself this way. Years of abuse by classmates and neglect and cruelty by her family, added on to the fact that she's the only one who believes her sister, a soldier taken hostage during the Iraq war, is still alive, lead Angie to a very public suicide attempt. Her therapist doesn't get her, her mother is part of the problem, and she has no friends to speak of. Enter the new girl, KC Romance. KC and Angie connect as people--both knowing there is more to each of them than the fat and scars on the outside. Full of ups, downs, heartbreak and heartache, you'll want to join Angie on her journey.