"And Teddy - gosh he is magnificent!" -- reviewer Kristen
"What a book!!! I have no expectations, but let me tell you wow she did not disappoint." -- reviewer Jen Q
"Sid navigates falling in love, the death of her mom, a hot rock star, finding herself alone on the streets of London, and somehow, still scratches to the surface and paddles for the next wave..." --J. Lowden (Embedded Font Imprint)
"As a former teenager and the mother of daughters, I am delighted to find in H.D. Knightley's Sid and Teddy a complex heroine who is utterly human in all the best ways. Sid's complicated relationship with her mother is poignantly depicted through the depths of her grief. Teddy, her best friend and longest confidante, is impotent to help her through it, as is so very often the case. The relationship between Sid and Teddy is gorgeous, gut wrenching, heart-warming and real. But for me the relationship that Sid finds with herself is the best part of this book. Sid clumsily navigates through at once the hardest and most exhilarating time of her life without the one person who should be there to guide her and we as readers are given the intimate picture of what that mess looks like. Sid is the real hero of this story and watching her bloom, watching her claw her way back to the surface is a total pleasure." --SummerSto
From the Author
And does the hot rock star make Sid happy? Possibly.
Read along to find out.