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a novella

-October 2020-

The "Perfect" series is expanding! Take a look at all these upcoming novels:

-January 2021-


Gina's life was finally coming together--learning to stand up for herself, making real friends, dating the best guy. And then everything changed.

Now she's starting a new life in rural Tennessee, hundreds of miles from everyone she's ever known and loved.

Is God really all she needs to get by? When things start slipping from her grasp, old ghosts appearing, Gina has to make a decision--figure out things alone or admit that she needs help.

The heartbreaking novella of Gina's life between the bittersweet ending of Perfect and the new adventure coming in Different.

Good girl Gina is gone. But who is she now?

Gina has been looking forward to getting away from the past that's haunting her at home, starting a new life far away at college. But she never expected that her past would follow her there. Having to meet all new people in a brand new place, all she can do is pretend that she's as normal as everyone else and try to fit in with her new friends. Because who knows what would happen if they found out who she really is?

Different dives into the crazy, convoluted world of Christian college with some of your favorite characters.

The end is coming...

After a tragic event the previous semester, the band fractures, sending Gina and her friends into unknown territory. When Gina's friends start moving on, looking toward graduating and pursuing other futures, she has to figure out a way to get the band back together.

But how does one get back to the way things were before tragedy? And what will happen to Gina when everyone moves on and she's left with nothing and nobody... again?

The last book of the Perfect trilogy, exploring themes of growing up, loss, and letting go of control.



I’m going to get straight and to the point: SEQUEL! This book needs a partner really really bad. When you’re available, our class should meet and discuss topics; we’ve got lots of ideas. Thanks for such a relatable book! Our entire class enjoyed it so much <3


—  Madison

© 2020 by Nancy E Wood