a guy in a wheelchair--is that any way
to start a romance?
was complicated enough for Sivia before
Keeley came into her life.
parent's divorce did not wipe out their
traditional family values. Dad is still
way too self-centered, Mom is still
resentful, Russ is still shoving food in
his mouth and Sivia doesn’t need any
more drama. But when the new student,
obnoxious and legless Keeley, becomes
her project partner, her life becomes
even more complicated.
friction, peer pressure and her overly
controlling father are threats her
she never knew she had and doesn't want
to acknowledge are the biggest hurdle of
Nobody's Perfect is
a story about serious issues told with
both sensitivity and humor.