"That William Lewis really thinks a lot of himself," I said. "He's such a smartarse."
"Hhmm,"said Lucy, grinning. "That's what he said about you too."
"He did? What a cheek! God, he annoys me. I really hate him."
Lucy, TJ, and Izzie exchanged knowing looks. "Yeah sure," said TJ. "You hate him."
Nesta's life is thrown into upheaval when she gets involved in charity work thinking that it might be a cool way to meet people (mainly boys). But as her eyes are opened to the plight of the world, she begins to want genuinely to get involved and help others.
On top of this, Nesta meets William, a boy who questions her motives. At times, she's convinced he hates her and the feeling is mutual. But Izzie, Lucy, and TJ think it is something more like love....
Cathy Hopkins lives in North London with her handsome husband and three deranged cats. She has had nineteen books published. The fifth book in the Mates, Dates series, Mates, Dates, and Sole Survivors, was recently released in the U.K. Piccadilly Press has launched a new series from Hopkins, based on the classic sleepover game of Truth or Consequences.