Some Girls Do by Jennifer Dugan Overview: Morgan is starting over well into the second semester of her senior year. She had a college commitment to a D1 school and everything was working out. Then her Catholic school decided to take everything away from Morgan for liking girls. This launched a lawsuit, a move-in with her brother 3 hours away, and completely starting over with track and college being a huge question mark. Ruby is a lifer in the town, and Morgan is an inconvenience. Ruby just wants to work on cars and endure the parents her mom makes her attend. She does not have time to crush on the new girl who may or may not be confirming her hunch that she may or may not be bi. Not that anyone can ever know that. While Morgan and Ruby have plenty to deal with as individuals, they can't seem to stop crossing each other's paths. Overall: 5 Characters: 5 The characters in this book are so vibrant. We get to read from both Ruby and Morgan's points of view, which makes the
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