Eventually you have to discover who you are, and who you love.
Academics have never been Sofie's strong point; shes too busy spending all of her free time with her boyfriend, Paul, the captain of her Surrey high school's soccer team. When her English teacher implements a new program that pairs her with straight-A student Clea, Sofie worries about how Paul will react to her hanging out with the only out lesbian at school. Sofie is as surprised as Paul at how close she and Clea quickly become.
When Sofie discovers that Clea is planning a road trip to check out some American colleges over the winter break, she invites herself along, causing more issues with Paul. But it's only after a college student asks if Sofie identifies as a "femme" lesbian that she starts to question her own sexuality and her relationship with both Clea and Paul.
About the Author
METTE BACH was born in Denmark and raised in Delta, British Columbia. She lives in Vancouver where she teaches ESL to high school students. Femme
is her first young adult novel.
"Very well written and this book has a tentative and sweet feeling to it. . . [The author does an excellent job of showing us the struggle Sofia feels. Very well done."
Tina Avon,, NetGalley Reviewer
"I really enjoyed this title, and would probably try others in the series. The main character's struggle with her sexuality was believable and the romance between the two girls was really sweet and supportive. Although hard to read, the bullying aspect was realistic."
Amber Mann,, Educator at AEA 267, NetGalley Reviewer
"Read this enticing page turner that everyone, young and old, should read, of how one person discovers her true self you will learn a lot about life about yourself and others."
Bill Baker,, Educator at York Schools, NetGalley Reviewer