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Gina Ciocca


Gina Ciocca

Gina Ciocca graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in English. She lives in Georgia with her family. Gina is a member of the writing and blogging group YA Misfits and you can find her online at LAST YEAR'S MISTAKE is her first novel.

Photo Credit: Marchet Butler

Books by Gina Ciocca

by Gina Ciocca - Audiobook, Contemporary Fiction, Dating, Drama, Family, Fiction, Friendship, Love & Romance, Relationships, Romance, Social Issues, Sports, Young Adult 12+, Youth Fiction

When the lights go out at a football game, Macy finds herself in the arms of a boy who kisses her, but he’s gone by the time the lights come back on. All she knows is that there was something special and oddly familiar about her him. Noah, Ridgedale’s resident bad boy and transfer student, has no problem taking credit for the kiss, but Macy feels like he’s lying. Especially since a photograph of Macy and former star football player Joel resurfaced online moments before the blackout. But the closer Macy gets to figuring it all out, the more she starts to worry that the boy who kissed her in the dark and the boy who is stealing her heart might be two very different people.

by Gina Ciocca - Contemporary Fiction, Dating, Fiction, Young Adult 13+

Marisa never planned to be a snoop for hire. But as her reputation for sniffing out cheaters spreads all over school, Marisa finds herself the queen of busting two-timing boys. And her next case? It's for ex-frenemy Kendall. She's convinced her boyfriend, TJ, is cheating and persuades Marissa to start spying on him. But the more Marisa gets to know TJ, the more she starts to fall for him. Marisa knows she needs to give up her investigation --- then she uncovers new secrets about Kendall and TJ, secrets that take "cheater" to a whole new level....

by Gina Ciocca - Fiction

The summer before freshman year, Kelsey and David became inseparable best friends --- until the night a misunderstanding turned Kelsey into the school joke and everything around her crumbled, including her friendship with David. So when Kelsey’s parents decide to move away, she can’t wait to start over and leave the past behind. But David’s not quite ready to be left.