Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now

Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now

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I've got seven days to come clean to my new dad. Seven days to tell the truth... For sixteen-year-old Tiffany Sly, life hasn't been safe or normal for a while. Losing her mom to cancer has her a little bit traumatized and now she has to leave her hometown of Chicago to live with the biological dad she's never known. Anthony Stone is a rich man with four other daughters--and rules for every second of the day. Tiffany tries to make the best of things, but she doesn't fit into her new luxurious, but super-strict, home--or get along with her standoffish sister London. The only thing that makes her new life even remotely bearable is the strange boy across the street. Marcus McKinney has had his own experiences with death, and the unexpected friendship that blossoms between them is the only thing that makes her feel grounded. But Tiffany has a secret. Another man claims he's Tiffany's real dad--and she has only seven days before he shows up to demand a paternity test and the truth comes out. With her life about to fall apart all over again, Tiffany finds herself discovering unexpected truths about her father, her mother and herself, and realizing that maybe family is in the bonds you make--and that life means sometimes taking risks.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : Harlequin Teen, 2018
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781335994134
Branch Call Number: TEEN FICTION DAVIS
Characteristics: 332 pages ; 22 cm


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Aug 09, 2019

This book is very inspiring because whenever I think about the first time I moved in with my father and his wife and children, I think wow look how much I've grown since that day. I just love the feeling of being with my new family.

Jun 23, 2018

Honestly one of the greatest books ever!

OPL_AmyW Apr 13, 2018

A very engaging read with an original premise and very authentic main character, Tiffany Sly -My only critique is that the author, Davis, seems to make a point of having her characters discuss or argue about many important, and often divisive, subjects: race, religion, death, mental illness, autism, etc. However, in many cases, it feels like she only scratches the surface of these topics, and characters' quick turn around in opinions can seem forced and too easy.

OPL_AutumnH Apr 08, 2018

This was a refreshing read - easy to keep reading and very engaging. It didn't feel like a storyline, family or main character I'd read about before. Tiffany's struggles to understand what family means to her while dealing with anxiety were easy to relate to.


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