The Girls I’ve Been

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Book cover of 'The Girls I've Been'. A drawing of a black wig as if upon an invisible person, with only their hand visible holding out keys. The background is bright red and the title is in black.
Cover of The Girl’s I’ve Been

Iris, a character in The Girls I’ve Been by Tess Sharpe, has endometriosis.

From the publisher:

Nora didn’t choose a life of deception – she was born into it. As the daughter of a con artist who targeted criminal men, Nora always had to play a part. But when her mother fell for one of the men instead of conning him, Nora pulled the ultimate con herself: escape. For five years Nora’s been playing at normal – but things are far from it when she finds herself held at gunpoint in the middle of a bank heist, along with Wes (her ex-boyfriend) and Iris (her secret new girlfriend and mutual friend of Wes … awkward). Now it will take all of Nora’s con artistry skills to get them out alive.

Available in print, digital and audiobook
Amazon UK | Amazon US | Goodreads

UK publisher: Hachette (January 2021)
US publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers (January 2021)
Author represented by: Jim McCarthy of Dystel, Goderich & Bourret Literary Management
Language: English

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