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The Locker Letter

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They say the truth will set you free; in her case, she hoped they were right.

High school senior, Hayley Banks, has been living her life under the radar, in Nashville, for almost a year. She has to come to terms with letting go of her past and embrace who she is now. Hayley’s made two friends, but even they don’t know the whole truth about her. Her friends suggest that Hayley send a cute boy a letter in his locker inviting him to prom. After all, what could go wrong?

Michael Rivers is the school’s stereotypical bad boy, and the last person Hayley thought the letter would go to. He quickly takes an interest in Hayley while she tries her best to hate him. Despite herself, she finds them growing closer.

Their relationship grows complicated when Hayley finds herself wanting to tell him the truth about everything; her past and the letter. Soon, all truths are brought to light when she agrees to take the stand.

197 pages, ebook

Published February 20, 2020

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D.C. Cook

5 books6 followers
D. C. Cook is a YA/NA contemporary author. She writes fun stories about romance and family. Each story is part of her and she has loved sharing them with the world.
When she's not writing, she's reading or watching movies.
She is from East Coast, Canada.

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April 5, 2020
Oh man, I couldn’t put this one down!! It sucked
Me right in first page!! I am not a fan of contemporary at all... but I picked it up because this author is from my hometown and I wanted to support her.. and by gosh I’m so glad I did!! I had so many emotions. From laughing to crying... I was intrigued by Hayley and just wanted to know more and more about her!! I definitely will be picking up everything that D.C. Cooks puts out!! I am a believer!!
March 19, 2020
Well I finished reading "The Locker Letter". It was an excellent read. I seem to relax reading it because the pages flowed, easy to read, interesting plot with mini plots all around. It conveys that you are not define by an event or a moment in time but you are the sum of all your parts, phsyical, emotional, past, present, future goals, etc. And in the end you define who you are and want to be. I am very interested is reading more of D. C. Cook.
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May 26, 2020
I really enjoyed this easy to read book and had a hard time putting it down. This book has a little bit of everything that has been integrated into a great story. From romance, crime, comedy and heroism, this book touches on it all. Definitely worth a read!
May 21, 2022
I haven’t finished a book in a day in a long time but I did with this one! The characters had me hooked and I just needed to know every detail of who they were. An easy read that sucked you in, so good. I can’t wait to read more of her books!
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47 reviews1 follower
April 16, 2020
I am not typically for contemporary YA but I LOVED this book!
I was able to get an ARC from the author and I can not wait to real more from her!!!
I’m not a fast reader unless I am really interested and this one had me wanting to know more about Hayley, I was very intrigued by this character.
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