Complementary and Acute

Complementary and Acute Review

It’s Anabelle Horton’s senior year at Dearington Boarding School, and everything is exactly as she wants it. She’s captain of the Number Ninjas, her schedule is perfect, and her best friend Jacqueline Flores is going to be right by her side for all of it. But on the first day back at Dearington, Jac throws a wrench in Anabelle’s tidy plans. Not only has she rearranged her classes and dropped Number Ninjas, she’s joined the Girls who Like Girls Program, leaving Anabelle’s entire schedule in upheaval.

Jac is never around anymore, and when she is, she’s got new friends (who Anabelle hates) or she’s running off to a lecture on alternative footwear. Anabelle is left to deal with the changes on her own, and suddenly, Jac’s inability to keep their dorm room tidy is the very least of Anabelle’s problems.

Title:Complementary and Acute
Edition Language:English

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    Complementary and Acute Reviews

  • Sue (Hollywood News Source)

    I read it last year and it's the cutest thing. Word: drama, I thrive for it....

  • Lucy

    This is such a fun, sweet read. If you have a soft spot for boarding school stories and cute lesbians you should check it out. You won't be disappointed (except when it ends and you want to read more,...

  • prag ?

    me on december 31st 2017: i'm going to go back to reading actual books in 2018first book i read: 46 page gay fluff with best-friends to lovers...

  • Anna

    this was cute, but i didn't really care about anabelle or jac???...

  • Julia

    4.5 stars. I always love a good friends to lovers story, and this was really sweet....

  • Valerie Anne

    So adorable. My only complaint is that I wish there was more! :) It's fun to watch Anabelle's journey through the story, trying to figure out who her best friend is and how she fits into her life now ...

  • Jaylee

    HELP this book is adorable. I love it so much. The book is told from Annabelle's perspective as she watches her best friend slowly slip away from her and become more and more involved in a "girls who ...

  • Olivia Chanel's Galaxy of Books

    This book was all ever wanted, all I ever needed, *sings like it's the 90s and my heart will go on* and that is basically all you need to know. No, but seriously, the tension, the drama, this is like ...

  • Atlas

    * * * 3 / 5~mini review~A short and sweet little gay novella featuring two seventeen year old girls who are roommates. A little bit of teenage high school, a little bit of underage drinking, a little ...

  • Chasia Lloyd

    Really adorable F/F love story set in a girls' boarding school. Also contains friendships and positive feelings towards math....