Unlovable by Sherry Gammon

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 Seth is an undercover policeman at Port Fare High school trying to break up a drug ring. Maggie is a high school senior who fits the description of Heroine Chic perfectly and who Seth just happens to be falling in love with.

Gammon, Sherry. Unlovable. Wordpaintings Unlimited, 2011. 363 pages. Paperback. $13.99, ISBN 9781461060529


Maggie is an eighteen-year old student at Port Fare High School. Her mother is an alcoholic. Maggie takes care of her mom when she’s drunk, which is most of the time. Maggie has a 4.0 GPA. Maggie is starving to death because all of their money is spent on vodka. Maggie’s mom takes every opportunity to tell Maggie how unlovable she is.

There have been several drug related deaths in Port Fare over the past few months. Seth is a 21 year old MET officer working undercover as a senior at Port Fare High School in order to find out who is selling the heroin to the teens.

Seth doesn’t think Maggie is using because of her good grades but she fits the image for Heroin Chic. Because there is no money for food, Maggie is down to 90 pounds and because she has to look after her mother, there are a lot of late nights getting her homework done to keep up her grades, thus the dark circles under her eyes.

Seth wants to ask Maggie out. Maggie is seriously attracted to Seth but trying to stay focused on school and surviving. Will they get together? Is Maggie’s mom involved with the drug sales? What about the murders in the local park? Is Maggie safe? Can Seth find out where the drugs are coming from? Will Maggie always be Unlovable? You’ll just have to read to find out.

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Unlovable is going to be a movie!

Click here to read about it in an interview with Sherry Gammon.

Still want to read more?? Click here for a Q&A on goodreads.com with Sherry Gammon.

“I really like to read realistic fiction, although sometimes it can be a bit insulting or trivializing. I like to read crime and law novels.” Megan C. Age 15


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