The Girl He Left Behind Duology ✓

The Girl He Left Behind Duology ✓

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Tahlie By TahliePurvis Updated Jun 02


Stacey Williams had always loved Axel Teller.
            But he had paid her no mind. She wanted more than the meaningless flings they had. She wanted her love to be returned. She wanted to be loved back.
            She did everything to get his attention. She had one-night stands with countless boys - throwing away her innocence - and tearing apart her reputation.
            All for him.
            But Axel didn't notice Stacey as anything more than a girl to have a fling with on the side. And Stacey watched as the boy she loved fell for another girl, and they were happy and complete. And Stacey was alone and hated.
            Tarnished and scarred.
            She was the girl he left behind...and the girl he never remembered.

[The first book won the 2015 Wattys for the Cover-to-Cover award and 2016 Fiction Awards. The full duology was nominated for the 2018 Fiction Awards]

  • chicklit
  • comingofage
  • hate
  • highschool
  • love
  • mentalhealth
  • newadult
  • nomorebullying
  • pain
  • rejection
  • shortchapters
  • shortstory
  • slut
  • slut-shaming
  • suicide
  • teen
  • teenfiction
  • unrequited
  • youngadult
I have always wanted to see a book like this, just never found one. It’s a refreshing break from all the other books here on wattpad
Toluwa1204 Toluwa1204 Apr 29
Ngl, I get it and stuff, but your personal life is not an excuse to treat yourself or other people like crap
The book is amazing 
                              I mean you get to know all aspects of the real life and that's good, because life isn't about rainbows and sunshines and we need to know that
TheLostWig TheLostWig Nov 12
                              12nd November 2018
                              Supposed to finish my homework but who needs that pfff 😅😅😅
anb_army anb_army Nov 04
That trailer was the best feeling freaking think I have ever seen.
It's strange ever since I read this book., I am no longer able to see the other love triangle or other usual love stories in the same perspective. I no longer feel hatred towards "sluty" girl or sympathy towards the" good" girl. Not fair I m not to read other books with same passion I did before..