Rebel Ferguson's life is changing at the tender age of 16. Her mother has abandoned her, her father has started drinking and her two best friends, the Garret cousins, Will and Sully, are suddenly looking at her through different eyes. Rebel can't accept her mother's choice of a rock star over her father and herself. She vows to hate her mother's new love interest. She knows her father still loves her mother, and if her mother would just return, everything would be all right. ...Rebel in Blue Jeans
is a book teens will love. It's fun, exciting and very identifiable. Ms. McClure has done an outstanding job with this novel. It's a book readers will want to read more than once. --Fran Shaff, Romance and Children's novelist
About the Author
Beverly Stowe McClure is the author of two other novels for teens: Listen to the Ghost
and Secrets I Have Kept
. A native Texan, she lives in the country with her husband and two cats. She is a former teacher and was selected 1988 Conservation Teacher of the year in her district.