I love Jameson because he's just a regular high-school guy. He IS one of the good guys, but he's still rolling out of bed, grabbing a random T-shirt, a not-too-firty pair of jeans, and then stuffing his feet in the shoes that are probably never untied and heading out the door.
He's a guy, and a pretty simple one at that.
Sky is nearly the girl version of Jameson. After growing up in Alaska, she's somewhere WARM. She lives to be in the short skirts and short shorts that Alaska was almost always too cold for. She's tall and thin, and is aware that guys watch her, but it doesn't really affect her in the sense that if she's not interested in them, it doesn't matter, and doesn't stroke her ego the way it would to some people.
Sarah used to dress very simply, but when senior year hit, she was tired of being invisible. She's still a bit of an over-achiever, and a really good girl, so she's more modest than Sky, but spends a lot more time thinking about clothes and putting outfits together.
Sarah's a girl who would spend an hour or two getting ready. Sky would spend less than an hour, and Jay would rinse off after the pool and throw on his clothes :-D
Night Sky by Jolene B. Perry
ebook, 247 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Tribute Books
After losing Sarah, the friend he’s loved, to some other guy, Jameson meets Sky. Her Native American roots, fluid movements, and need for brutal honesty become addictive fast. This is good. Jameson needs distraction – his dad leaves for another woman, his mom’s walking around like a zombie, and Sarah’s new boyfriend can’t keep his hands off of her.
As he spends time with Sky and learns about her village, her totems, and her friends with drums - she's way more than distraction. Jameson's falling for her fast.
But Sky’s need for honesty somehow doesn’t extend to her life story – and Jameson just may need more than his new girl to keep him distracted from the disaster of his senior year.
About the Author