A young high school student is so dedicated to her music that she has no time for the romance she secretly craves—until she meets someone who seems to like her just the way she is
He loves me . . .
Fifteen-year-old Alison Holland dreams of becoming a professional musician. No sacrifice is too great when it comes to her music—even if it means giving up extracurricular activities like dating and hanging out with friends.
Alison is overjoyed when she gets her first professional gig. Soon, she’s playing at events all over town. But lately, she’s starting to wonder how it would feel to go to a party as someone’s girlfriend instead of the keyboard player. She’s feeling lonely and left out, especially when the night of the big dance arrives—and she doesn’t have a date.
Then, at a wedding, Alison meets Ted Mollison, a photographer. He seems to really get her—to understand her dreams and ambitions. But is he more interested in his camera than in romance?
A book for anyone who has ever felt like they’re different, He Loves Me Not is about fitting in and branching out . . . and being loved for who you are.