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Author: Loryn Stone
210 pages | 77462 words
Date of publication: 08/03/2018

If only we could have met sooner…

Orly Kochav likes nerdy things. A huge fan of Japanese animation, cosplay, and playing the bass, she’s convinced she can use her natural charisma and swagger to get anything she wants.

Including beautiful girls.

But when her judgmental mother catches her kissing one of her girl-crushes and asks her a hideous question, Orly shuts down and goes into a state of emotional hiding. She grabs her nearest male friend, Spencer James, declares him her boyfriend, and lives in a quiet bubble.

That is, until her mom suddenly dies.

Now sixteen, Orly is itching to reclaim her prior life. And when her new friend, Serena Karl, informs her that a secret club dedicated to their favorite Japanese Anime, Lovely Starlight Fighter, is at their high school, Orly thinks she’ll be able to slip back into the world of fandom without issue. Until rising tension between the club president, Marcus Powell, and vice president, Danielle Cohen, threatens to tear the club apart. And a rising attraction to Danielle threatens to make Orly question every choice she’s about to make.

Read Chapter 1 here.

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About Loryn Stone:
<p>Loryn Stone is a Los Angeles native who is more than a little bit obsessed with Nerd Culture. A life-long anime and heavy metal fan, Loryn actively writes about Nostalgia and Fandom. She continues to reside in LA with her husband, two children, and their cat. Her work has appeared on Cracked.com and she is the founder and Executive Editor of the Pop-Culture comedy website &quot;PopLurker&quot;, a writing collective that helps showcase the writing talents of site readers by encouraging them to just take that first jump.&nbsp;</p>