Helen Barrett. She's a teenage girl who has a lot to hide. Her depression, her scars, her anxiety and the abuse. She has no friends at school, she's always bullied and her parents are never there for her. In fact, they hate her, they hit her until she is unconscious and they verbally abuse her. She has absolutely no one. She is completely alone.
So what happens when she is partnered up with the most popular guy in school, James Carder, for a project? Will they become friends? Enemies? Will they ignore each other? Or will they become something more? Find out here, with The Mask.
This book is only rated mature due to the self harm scenes within it, of you do not wish to read those scenes then this book is not recommended for you.