Someone to Love (First Time Trade)

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Harlequin Teen
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5.3 X 8.1 X 1.0 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

MELISSA DE LA CRUZ est l'auteure de nombreux romans pour les lecteurs de tous les âges, acclamés par la critique, lauréats de divers prix et portés en tête du palmarès du New York Times, du Publisher's Weekly et de IndieBound. Plusieurs de ses livres se sont aussi retrouvés en bonne place aux palmarès des livres à succès du USA Today, du Wall Street Journal et du Los Angeles Times. Melissa a grandi à Manille et vit maintenant à West Hollywood avec son mari et sa fille. Melissa de la Cruz is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of many critically acclaimed and award-winning novels for readers of all ages, including her most recent hits: Disney's Descendants series; the Blue Bloods series; the Witches of East End series (which was adapted into a two-season television drama on Lifetime); Alex & Eliza: A Love Story; Something in Between; and Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe. Melissa is the co-director of YALLFest (Charleston, South Carolina) and the co-founder of YALLWest (Santa Monica, California). She grew up in Manila and she now lives in West Hollywood, California, with her husband and daughter. Learn more at


"Filled with a great deal of teenage angst, this tale will be relevant to many young adults trying to survive daily pressures. De la Cruz might be best known for her fantasy work, but her realist work is strong as well."

"De la Cruz has a good handle on the details of eating-disordered behavior, particularly the disjunction between mindset and reality and having to hit bottom before getting help. Other plot points, though...end up feeling more contrived than realistic."
-Publishers Weekly

"Descriptions of Liv's disordered eating and self-harm never feel gratuitous or glorified; instead, her first-person narration provides both a mirror and window into an experience of bulimia-a form of disordered eating relatively rare in contemporary young-adult novels. Readers will root for Olivia. Well done."
-Kirkus Reviews

"Paired with resources on how to get help with eating disorders, anxiety, and depression, this book is a welcome addition to any library that services teens."
-School Library Journal