Seventeen-year-old Anna Campbell is ‘nice.’
She has lots of friends. Teachers love her. She’s a member of nearly every club.
But friends keep her up late into the night with their problems. Teachers foist tasks on her. Boys get the wrong idea. And helping everyone else means she has no time for herself.
When Anna is landed with a new job she didn’t want, it’s the last straw. Even if it does mean she gets to spend time with the mysterious Ben.
Anna knows something has to change. She starts on a mission to reclaim her life and stop being so ‘nice,’ once and for all.
But putting herself first might be a more complicated task than Anna ever imagined…
An intelligent, warm novel about boundaries and the delicacy of balancing one’s own feelings alongside others’. It asks the question: where is the line between nice and too nice?