This wasn’t the first BSC book I read, but it’s the one that made me cry. Stacey moved back to New York, and the pain was as real to me as it was to the book’s characters. These girls were my friends. One reason I loved the BSC books was because they were published every month. Once I figured out that out, my mom was great about taking me to the bookstore to get the latest book. Yay mom!
My fourth grade teacher read a chapter of this book to us every day. I was so engrossed in the story that I had to know how it finished. He was going too slow! I jumped for joy when found the book in the school library, parked myself in a chair, and read it right then and there.
I remember it like it was yesterday instead of 1994. I bought this book at the B. Dalton at Town East Mall in Mesquite, TX. To know me is to know that I adore sports as much as I adore romances. That day at the mall, those two worlds collided. My mind was officially blown. This is still one of my all-time favorite novels.
5. Could It Be Magic by Gina Wilkins – My very first adult romance. ‘Nuff said.