Winner of the Bronze Medal for Best Regional Fiction – 2016 Independent Publisher Book Awards
Eighteen-year-old Phoebe Rose spent her childhood in one foster household after another, never
having a place she could feel safe or a group of friends she could say she belonged to. What kept
her going was hockey. The rink was the only place she felt at home.
Now what she wants more than anything is to play on her college hockey team—where she
hopes she can leave her past behind and create a new life. But she knows things are never that
simple or easy.
Becoming Phoebe is about painful secrets, unexpected friendships, and joining a team so you can
become your true self.