Everyone at Ryder High knows what it means to have a teal envelope taped to their locker on the first day of the month.
Jade Rose knows. She just doesn’t care.
The Secret Admirers game goes against every feminist notion she stands for. It’s old fashioned, misogynistic, and too mainstream for her.
That is, until she gets a teal envelope. And finds out that she and her secret admirer have a few things in common already.
Her acceptance may have been accidental, but when the clues start coming in the form of movies to watch, she gets sucked in quick.
Will Jade and her friends be able to narrow down their list of suspects and figure out who is behind the camera?
Review by Twinsie Dee
Danielle Keil grew up and spent the majority of her life in the Chicagoland area. A recent transplant, she is enjoying the Mississippi life, especially the pool in her backyard.
Danielle is happily married for over 10 years, and has two young children, a daughter and a son, who are exact replicas of her and her husband.
She also is a fur mom to their Corgi, Cozmo, who loves barking, mud, and peanut butter.
Danielle’s love language is gifts, her Ennegram is a 9w1, and she loves everything purple.
The way to her heart is through coffee, chocolate and tacos (extra guac).