Chelsea Mason-Basiliere
Publisher: Services LLC
Pages: 164

Hayden Moakley thinks his life genuinely sucks. Diagnosed with gender dysphoria, Hayden is sick of trying to explain to people that he was born in the wrong body. He dreams of the day when he can get the surgery that no longer makes wrapping his chest in an ace bandage a necessity . . . if he can figure out how to pay for it.Then Willa Andrews enters his life. Awkward but witty, Willa is somehow okay with Hayden's gender identity. It is when the two of them form a friendship that Hayden's doors open to a world of new possibility, and the notion that he, in fact, does not have to face society alone.
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