Knee Deep
Knee Deep
Knee Deep
Shawn is the guy Ronnie Bird promised her life to at the age of fourteen. He's her soul mate. He's more uptight every day, but it's not his fault. His family life is stressful, and she's adding to it. She just needs to be more understanding, and he'll start to be the boy she fell in love with. She won’t give up on someone she’s loved for so long. Luke is her best friend, and the guy she hangs with to watch girlie movies in her large blanketopias. He's the guy she can confide in before she even goes to her girlfriends, and the guy who she's playing opposite in Romeo and Juliet. Now her chest flutters every time he gets too close. This is new. Is Ronnie falling for him? Or is Juliet? The lines are getting blurry, but leaving one guy for another is not something that a girl like Ronnie does. Shawn’s outbursts are starting to give her bruises, and Luke’s heart breaks as Ronnie remains torn. While her thoughts and feelings swirl around the lines between friendship and forever, she’s about to lose them both.

Book Details


  • Chick Lit
  • Fiction
  • Romance

Age Level: 

  • Mature Young Adult
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The novel, Knee Deep, portrays a high school teenage girl named Ronnie, who has to face the demons of her current boyfriend Shawn. She finds herself in this problem when she notices that he seems distant, but he won’t say anything. The problem only worsens when she tries out for the school play, Romeo and Juliet, when she gets the part as Juliet’s understudy. As the play starts, Ronnie and her best guy friend Luke begin getting real cozy with each other, and she begins to start having feelings for him.

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