It’s easy take a gimmick and make a book out of it. It’s hard to make it work. Marisa Calin’s debut, BETWEEN YOU AND ME, is told in the form of a screen play. A screen play in first person that addresses the protagonist’s best friend only as “You.” And the best part is: it works.
High school theater student Phyre is thrilled for the new semester. And as soon as her new theater class starts, her whole world changes. At least that’s what it feels like. Their student teacher, Mia, is unlike anyone Phyre has ever met. And although she’s only dated boys before, Phyre soon finds herself not only intrigued by Mia, but infatuated. She’s thinking about her all the time — at home, hanging out at the coffee shop with her best friend, in class, and, of course, at the theater.~ read more ~