Genre: YA Contemporary romance
Sixteen year old Grace Sullivan has never let her dwarfism bother her. She has more important things to worry about, like working as a court jester at the Renaissance Faire and developing new tricks for her magic show she performs in. When her parents enroll her in public school, Grace discovers others can’t overlook her height. To her classmates she’s an oddity, a freak.
Luke Searc, a cute hog farmer, is the only person who recognizes there’s more to Grace than a number on a measuring stick. His laid-back attitude allows Grace to relax and be herself. Somehow, amid feeding pigs, drives to and from school, and long discussions about Shakespeare, things change. Grace starts looking at Luke as more than a friend. It’s a horrifying realization. She knows the odds of a guy, especially one as great as Luke, being attracted to a girl like her, are impossibly long.
I'd give my right arm for a guillotine.