When tall, gorgeous Brody asks Olivia to the prom, she's ecstatic--until he suggests that she use the two months before the dance to lose some weight. But how thin is thin enough?
"This is a really thought provoking work that calls out the pressures and stresses surrounding the cult of image for young girls. Even if you don't have experience with eating disorders, this book is powerful and will resonate personally." By Jennifer M.
Named a finalist in the 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards in the Young Adult category.
"Standing ovation! Thank you for sharing your talents to help girls with their body image." - Judge, 24th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
When a close family member loses a child, eighteen-year-old robotics geek Kansas sees how she could fix everything. But is she willing to give up her MIT acceptance to carry this unwanted pregnancy to term—and will she really be able to give the baby away in the end?
"With some teen romance on the side, this is an absolute must read for any book lover." - InD'tale
"Wow! I love how you tackle really difficult subjects with grace and compassion. Once again, your characters are flawless." - Judge, 24th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
Eighteen-year-old Adriana is a girl with secrets: she refuses to text; she’s drinking her dead mother’s extensive wine collection; and she doesn’t drive. It’s up to Ian to find out why.
"...readers of all ages who like a heart tugging, coming of age story, laced with mystery, murder, and suspense, will enjoy this story." - Reader Views
First Place Winner (Young Adult) - 2015/2016 Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award
"Your storytelling is superb. You tackle difficult subjects with style and grace. I can see your books helping many young girls with real problems that they face in their lives today." - Judge, 24th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards
With report cards coming out soon, anxiety threatens to overwhelm Kim, and she makes secret preparations to commit suicide if she doesn’t get straight A’s. Can a poet help her realize that a B isn’t the end of the world?
"Absorbing and intriguing. A great book about a troublesome subject." By momof3infl
"This book actually inspired me because some of the events she was living were similar to my own world. I've come to realize that straight a's isn't everything in life. Thank you Khristina Chess for writing this inspirable book." - By TinkerBell