A Little Help From My Friends by Anne Dayton and May Vanderbilt (Miracle Girls)

Synopsis:
Shy girl Zoe can’t handle her parents’ separation and looming divorce, and she doesn’t know what to do about the attention she’s getting from hot new guy Dean.

Review:
A Little Help From My Friends was more plot-lite than the previous installments, which I kind of liked. Nothing super dramatic happened, and instead the drama focused on Zoe’s burgeoning independence. The writing is breezy and accessible, as usual, though God played a much smaller role than in previous books. At one point, Ana tells popular girl Ashley not to call her “God Girl,” because it’s mean. I found myself wishing she’d stood up for her faith instead. Looking forward to what senior year will bring for the Miracle Girls!

Many thanks to Hachette Book Group for the review copy.

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