The New Girl - Tracie Puckett

The New Girl

By Tracie Puckett

  • Release Date: 2012-01-02
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4.5
From 16,763 Ratings


Webster Grove, Book 1

Seventeen-year-old Steph has her heart set on a new beginning for the eleventh time. A move to Webster Grove introduces her to a new school, new friends, and new experiences—including a few tender glances from her sexy English teacher. When she learns that Mr. Rivera is only a few months away from becoming family—his brother is marrying her mom!—she must do whatever she can to fight all of the growing suspicions about the time they’re spending together.
When odd family circumstances only push her closer to the man she’s dreaming of, Steph has no choice but to hold it together … or risk losing it all.


  • The New Girl Review

    By Michelina L
    This book was okay, the plot was different and the books hardly had detail and had no description. It was an easy read though.
  • Amazing

    By kaylareader4life
    Couldn’t put the phone down to stop reading! Read all 5 books in 2 days. I was attached to the characters like it was my life. Awesome writing!
  • Page turning, great book

    By Glam Ree
    Great book. Read it in one day
  • The new girl

    By halley grace
    I’m in love with this story and I can’t stop reading!
  • Story

    By Jeffery Val
    The stories of classic all about a girl who Where is new to the school but fun love a teacher,about her life as her motherland her ran from their dangerous father
  • Good book

    By lady bird 10
    Good book
  • OH MY! - (5) STARS PLUS by Cincy Kid 68!

    By JC Cincy Kid
    What did I just read? MUST continue without delay! Keep u posted on the next book review! -gotta GO! NOW!
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    By ql reader
    Complete the series
  • Love this story

    By Bugzlee11
    Wow I really loved this story can’t wait to read more
  • Short Story

    By Lisa+DeVante
    Although this book was interesting to read, it had very little events. It would have been better if more than one big event happened to keep the reader engulfed in the story.