Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB

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Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB ã ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Masks By Patricia Caviglia ⚣ – Berkingmad.co.uk Masks tells the story of two teenagers struggling to be normal together despite their dysfunctional families Rebecca Jacobs is an unremarkable teenage girl at least that [PDF / Epub] Masks By Patricia Caviglia Berkingmad.co.uk Masks tells the story of two teenagers struggling to be normal together despite their dysfunctional families Rebecca Jacobs is an unremarkable teenage girl at least that is what she wants the world to Masks tells the story of two teenagers struggling to be normal together despite their dysfunctional families Rebecca Jacobs is an unremarkable teenage girl at least that is what she wants the world to belie.

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Ve But her private life is made public when her verbally abusive father embarrasses her at a school dance and soon gossip and whispers buzz throughout the school One of the witnesses to Rebecca's public humiliation is David Miller the high school bad boy Unsure about how to help her he settles for becoming her friend Rebecca and David grow closer with each passing day eventually falling in love Rebecca's main priority is keeping her relationship with David a secret from her overprotective pa.

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Masks author Patricia CaviglRents but there are other problems she must also confront First Rebecca's best friend tries to steal David away Then Rebecca is forced to face David's violent behavior which closely resembles her father's temper Rebecca's worst enemy though is herself In her desperate need to keep her home life separate from her love life she lies to her parents and to David When the truth is exposed she must confront reality alone She uickly learns that sometimes secrets are harder to live with than the trut.

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  • Glenda

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglI won this on Goodreads give away Masks tells the story of two teenagers struggling to be normal together despite their dysfunctional familiesRebecca Jacobs is a teenage girl Her private life is made public when her verbally abusive father embarrasses her at a school dance and soon gossip and whispers buzz throughout the schoolDavid Miller the high school bad boy witnesses the incident between Rebecca and her father and reaches out to her They grow closer with each passing day eventually falling in loveRebecca's main priority is keeping her relationship with David a secret from her overprotective parents so she lies to her parents and David When the truth is exposed she must confront reality aloneThen Rebecca is forced to face David's violent behavior which closely resembles her father's temper She uickly learns that sometimes secrets are harder to live with than the truthThis is definitely a YA book so some of the romance


  • Brittany

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglMasks had a lot of potential to be a great contemporary YA read Unfortunately Patricia’s writing style didn’t flow as well as I expected and things that should’ve taken pages to develop happened within the space of a sentence I was unable to like either of the main characters and disagreed heavily with a lot of the issues and how they were dealt withI entered a giveaway for this book on goodreads and was drawn in by the overall plot I was thrilled to hear I won the novel and was delighted by Patricia’s little note and a signed copy of the book It was the first time I’ve won anything in a book competition and I couldn’t wait to get startedA few pages in however and I was uickly discovering that Masks wasn’t a ‘me’ book I’m sure and judging by the


  • Rose

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglMasks a Novella was a uick easy read with its heart in a distinct riveting place but I found the novella as a whole lacking in its execution even for a story of its respective length It touches upon some noteworthy themes and trials in the lives of two teens and that's something I found refreshing when it came to its theme Becca is a sixteen year old girl with unreasonably overprotective parents especially with a father who practically drags her out of a dance in front of her classmates and accuses her of bein


  • Beth Peninger

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglThis was a book that has been on my to read list for at least 3 years I'm sure what initially drew me to it was the description I'm up for a YA novel as long as it is good and engaging I think I thought this sounded like it fit the crite


  • Tara

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglMasks tells the story of two teenagers struggling to be normal together despite their dysfunctional families Rebecca Jacobs is a teenage girl Her private life is made public when her verbally abusive father embarrasses her at a school dance and soon gossip and whispers buzz throughout the school David Miller the high school bad boy witnesses the incident between Rebecca and her father and reaches out to her They grow closer with e


  • Susan Winlaw

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglWhat a great book especially for young adults Patricia really knows how to capture the dialogue so say 3 of my nieces who are in their early 20's who also loved it I also passed it to a daughter of a friend to read She is 17 and really liked the story I am sure the message was not lost on her either And of course the story of needing to be honest and showing mutual respect in your relationships is universal This makes it a great book for adults to read as well Congratulations Patricia on your book and I look forward to your next one Maybe you are thinking of a seuel I'd like that S


  • Lisa (Bookworm Lisa)

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglI won this book Looking forward to receiving it in the mailI'm pretty sure I reviewed this book I was just scrolling down my to read list and saw it I'm confused I must have reviewed another postingThis book deals with two teens who come from abusive homes One verbally and emotionally the other neglectThey are drawn to each other but they have many issues In order to make their relationship work they have a lot of things to work outI loves the thought behind the book there was a little too much sexual activity for me to be a great YA book


  • Danielle

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia Cavigl Masks tells the story of a 16 year old girl Rebecca who has to deal with her extremely strict and verbally abusive parents while keeping her relationship with her new boyfriend David a secret I enjoyed reading it I liked David's character I felt terrible for Rebecca most of the story because she has to put up with a lot from her parents abusiveness to her best friend trying to steal her boyfriend The novel is a very uick read not even 120 pages and I enjoyed it overall


  • Patricia Sands

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglI saw this book at Toronto's Word On The Street an amazing annual literary festival and purchased it to give to a friend whose teenage daughter was having some issues It's a very uick read a novella so I decided to read it myself and was glad I did The author is a new voice in this genre and a skilled writer whose words resonate with adults as well as teens


  • Revati Ragini

    Masks author Patricia Caviglia review º eBook or Kindle ePUB Masks author Patricia CaviglOf all the cheap books I've downloaded for kindle this definitely had the worst writing Nothing was believable the style was terrible and there was obviously no weight as there were many repeated words or words left out Don't waste your money The premise was good not even one sentence lived up to it though