Want To Go Private? by Sarah Darer Littman
When Abby meets Luke online, she can’t believe her luck. He’s nice. He’s funny. He listens to her and he thinks she’s pretty. He even gets jealous of other guys, which is adorable. Without Luke, Abby’s not sure how she’d make it through her first year of high school. Everyone, including her mom and her best friend, Faith, tells Abby that if she just made more of an effort, she’d be having fun instead of dreading each and every day as if it’s a prison sentence. But there’s nothing fun about being the lowest link in the social food chain. Abby knows she’s not supposed to chat with random guys online. But Luke isn’t random, and he isn’t a stranger. Best of all, he really loves her. So what if she never goes out with her friends anymore and her grades are slipping? All she needs is Luke. Luke is her secret, and she’s his — it’s perfect that way. So when Luke suggests that they meet each other in person, Abby agrees. And then she’s gone. Missing. Without a trace. And everyone is left to put together the pieces. If they don’t, they’ll never see Abby again.
Release Date: August 11, 2011
This book looks absolutely amazing. It seems dark and intriguing, and for whatever reason, reminds me of Elizabeth Scott's Living Dead Girl, which I loved. I haven't read any of Littman's other books, but I've heard really great things about them, and they have fantastic ratings.
I'll be sure to pick up this book when it comes out, but until then, I'll occupy myself with some of Sarah Darer Littman's other books. :)