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Rebecca Breese is entering her last year of middle school, but is so not looking forward to her first day. She quickly bonds with three girls, and a near tragic incident happens to bring them even closer. With her new friends, maybe things won’t be so bad after all.
Meet Rebecca Breese. She’s a fourteen-year-old middle school student who hates her last name. The sound of someone mentioning it, especially fellow students, makes her skin crawl. At home, she has two loving parents in Robert and Vanessa, but she has to deal with her poetic brother Seymour, whom she thinks is often on another planet, and an agitating, annoying little sister in Carol. Rebecca’s considered by some to be “pushy,” “too smart for her own good,” and “something else.” Today is the first day of her last year at Richmond Jr. High, and she’s so not looking forward to it.
She meets Stephanie Curry, a transfer student from another school, later Kayla Thompson, and finally Andrea “Drea” Green. The four of them click almost instantly. A near tragic incident finds a way to bring the four of them closer, creating an even stronger, unbreakable bond. Because of their physically mature figures, they’re known around the school by boys as “Bona-Fine.”
With three close-knit friends in Stephanie, Kayla, and Andrea to confide in, laugh with, cry with, to be there for each other through thick and thin, perhaps the year won’t be so bad for Rebecca after all.