Werlin can WRITE. The cover pulled me in and I was thrilled to discover there were fairies in this YA novel (to be published in September).
Phoebe Rothschild, a descendant of the famous rich Jewish family, has never thought of herself as ordinary. With two parents who love her, she's grown up pampered, privileged and eager to please. But at the start of a new school year, she leaves her petty spoiled friends behind and takes pity on the new girl. The two quickly become best friends. When Phoebe becomes attracted to her best friend's brother years later, trouble occurs. Mallory and Ryland aren't human, yet are trying to convince or trick Phoebe into their fairy world. Why? What makes Phoebe extraordinary?