Riley is a student at Billa-Aid high school where the girls whisper about boys smiling at them in the hallway and the student’s stay up all night stressed about marks on papers. She has built her life and identity based on the expectations and requirements of the world around her and the people in her life. Riley’s love for competition and enjoyment of success drives her passion to be the best. She can find this success in sports and builds her life based on her athletic abilities. Plus it seems that gyms and fields are great atmospheres for good-looking boys to hang out. Riley doesn’t realize her impact and unseen identity aside from her athletic forefront until one day all of this, all she has ever known is stripped away. She no longer has the opportunity to feel the success of a winning shot, basket, goal, tri, or birdie hitting the court. Riley realizes the love for people and life goes much deeper then she could have ever known. Riley learns to see the light of the world from this new darkness she is forced into.
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by Kristyn A. Wagner
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by on September 29, 2016
- AuthorHouse, October 2011
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