A story about a troubled girl and her effed up, going-nowhere life.
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Quick witted, sharp-tongued Righteous Andrews is troubled by a broken past, fed up with her present circumstances, and resolved to a hopeless future.
On the first day of her senior year of high school she gets in trouble, landing in the principal’s office . . . again. There she meets Colt Jackson, the new kid with a troubled past of his own. Despite her attempts to avoid him, Colt seems to show up everywhere she doesn’t want him to be, and soon they strike up an unexpected friendship. Righteous is wary. Friendships aren’t her thing. But something about Colt is different; something about him makes her curious, makes her wonder . . .
Is Colt Jackson really different from everyone else? Does happiness and love truly exist? Or will every relationship in her life always end in lies and heartache?
What readers are saying about RIGHTEOUS:
"Amazing, extremely spectacular!" - BookDepository.com
"Why aren't more people reading this fabulous book? This is a hidden gem! ... EVERYONE NEEDS TO READ THIS!" - Lorie, Goodreads Reviewer
"People run out of your house and go the closest bookstore and buy this book. Love, love, loved it." -Jenna, Goodreads Reviewer
"There is someone for everyone to relate to in this book. Kim Lehman's writing style is amazing, I was engulfed in the story. Righteous touched my heart. Everyone needs to read this book!" -D.C., Goodreads Reviewer
"This book is awesome! I adored Righteous right from the first page." - Cheryl Beck, Educator at Orange County Public Schools
"Lehman has done a great job creating an alienated heroine with a cynical edge, while clueing the reader in to her secret vulnerabilities and making you root for her. That's a tricky balancing act between a character seeming so disaffected . . . Lehman walks that line beautifully." - Tiffany Yates Martin, FoxPrint Editorial
"This was a very enjoyable book. I adored Righteous . . . One thing that Kim Lehman is very good at is creating an assortment of people who seem as though they have no business being in each other's lives, but who fit together anyway. It would not have occurred to me to put a murderer, an elderly dementia patient, and a perpetually angry teenager together, but you know what? It works. Righteously." - Bobbie Grob for Readers' Favorite