Margaux with an X

Author: Ron Koertge

A sharp-tongued beauty meets a quirky, quick-witted loner in this funny, poignant new novel from the author of SHAKESPEARE BATS CLEANUP and STONER & SPAZ.She’s drop-dead gorgeous, has a razor-sharp wit, and is a charter member of the school’s most popular clique. Margaux (with an x) is the dream catch of every teenage male within her radar. Encouraged by her caustic friend….Read More

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