Abigail Johson books in order
Abigail Johson is an American author of Young Adult novels.
Born in Pennsylvania, she moved to Arizona at the age of twelve after her family chose to substitute snow storms for year round summers.
She documented all about their cross-country road trip in a purple spiral bound notebook; one that she still has and continues to write to date.
Abigail became a tetraplegic after breaking her neck in a car accident at the age of seventeen, but that has not in any way inhibited her from bodysurfing in Mexico, writing and directing a high school production of Cinderella, and of course becoming a published author.
- If I Fix You (2016)
- Even if I fall (2018)
- The first to know (2017)
- Every other weekend (2020)
Detailed book overview
“Are some things meant to stay broken?”
When Jill Whitaker’s mom takes off, leaving behind a sticky note as a goodbye, only Jill knows the real reason behind her sudden departure. But how can the sixteen-year-old tell her father when she herself can’t believe the truth?
The girl—who loves fixing things such as cars, relationships, romances, and even people—finds herself all broken up.
Sean Addison, her tall, blond best friend is the only one who can make her smile, but the two aren’t on speaking terms anymore.
As she tries to pick up the fallen pieces of her broken life, a new guy moves in next door.
Daniel has scars both inside and out; ones which he thinks don’t show, yet Jill finds herself trying to fix him.
During that long hot Arizona summer, she will realize that unless she fixes her own life, she can’t be able to fix anyone else’s.
“Brooke and Heath should never have become friends, let alone fallen in love.”
Brooke Covington’s world came crashing down a year ago when Jason, her beloved older brother, admitted to murdering his best friend, Calvin. Shattered and unable to comfort themselves, Brooke and her family become social outcasts.
When she crosses paths with Heath, Calvin’s younger brother, the two find solace in one another as they both need someone to talk to.
Given how furious their families would react if they found out, the two swear to meet in secret in an act that strengthens their unlikely bond.
When a new development however emerges regarding the murder, Brooke has to decide whose pain she is willing to live with.
She can’t possible move on without hurting either Heath or her own family.
“To tell or not to tell?”
Dana Fields’s father never knew his parents.
So when she discreetly does a DNA test for her dad with the hope surprising him on his birthday with news of some distant relatives, what she discovers changes her life forever!
Dana learns that she has a half brother that is her age; one that she never knew existed.
Desperate to know more about Brandon, her half brother, she goes against her wish of destroying her family’s happy marriage.
That opportunity presents itself through Chase, Brandon’s fervent yet kind cousin.
But Dana however is caught up in a web of truths from the past; one that threatens to shred every good there is in the family.
“What if your safe space is a person?
Straight As, close friends and a perfect home life, Adam Moynihan’s life was more than he could ever have asked for. That however changes after the sudden death of his oldest brother. With his mom endlessly crying, his continuous fights with his remaining brother coupled with their father’s moving out when they needed him the most, life for Adam has hit rock bottom.
Jolene Timber is an aspiring director who has been reimagining her life as a film ever since she was a kid. With her divorced parents constantly arguing and using her as a pawn, she feels deeply deprived of love.
When Adam and Jolene are however forced to spend every other weekend in the same apartment building, the two form an unlikely friendship.
Weekends once loathed turn out to be the best part of their lives, until one life begins to heal while the other spins out of control.