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About the author


Danielle Marie Igay is a 22-year-old illustrator and artist. At a very young age, she has shown artistic capabilities and has grown enriching such talents. Some of her works were loved by the media. For the 40th. is her debut work that was based fully on her imagination and creativity. You can connect with her @dmisiegeee via social media.
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For the 40th
by Danielle A. Igay

Overview


"I like you, Selene. I really do. Just say that you like me too?" "No." With more than a few attempts confessing to the girl he likes, Jace Lim, a transferee student chases Selene Rowell far and wide the campus. For many instances, Jace declares his affection to her but Selen always refuses it. And goes the cycle of confessing and rejecting. It simply does not end. Not until the accident that no one saw coming. Will Selene finally accept Jace's feelings for her? Or will the cycle just casually continue unendingly? Unravel the mysterious story of Jace and Selene this world has yet to read.
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Description


"For the 40th" is Dani Igay's debut manga-style book. It primarily tells the story behind the unending chasing of feelings between Jace Lim and Selene Rowell. Whereas Jace shamelessly confesses his feelings for Selene countless times. Despite being completely honest with his feelings, Selene still chooses to reject him. In the present setting of the story, Selene zones out most of the time. Her friends notice this weird habit of her so she frequently gets asked if she is okay. To which she replies that she is fine. What others don't know is Jace is on her mind. To be specific, that one accident Jace and she got involved with. One day, when she couldn't take how heavy she is feeling, she called out Jace. What happened next will surely, blow the readers' minds.
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Overview


"I like you, Selene. I really do. Just say that you like me too?" "No." With more than a few attempts confessing to the girl he likes, Jace Lim, a transferee student chases Selene Rowell far and wide the campus. For many instances, Jace declares his affection to her but Selen always refuses it. And goes the cycle of confessing and rejecting. It simply does not end. Not until the accident that no one saw coming. Will Selene finally accept Jace's feelings for her? Or will the cycle just casually continue unendingly? Unravel the mysterious story of Jace and Selene this world has yet to read.

Read more

Description


"For the 40th" is Dani Igay's debut manga-style book. It primarily tells the story behind the unending chasing of feelings between Jace Lim and Selene Rowell. Whereas Jace shamelessly confesses his feelings for Selene countless times. Despite being completely honest with his feelings, Selene still chooses to reject him. In the present setting of the story, Selene zones out most of the time. Her friends notice this weird habit of her so she frequently gets asked if she is okay. To which she replies that she is fine. What others don't know is Jace is on her mind. To be specific, that one accident Jace and she got involved with. One day, when she couldn't take how heavy she is feeling, she called out Jace. What happened next will surely, blow the readers' minds.

Read more

Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Romance / Paranormal

Language:English

Pages:36

eBook ISBN:9781098399108


Overview


"I like you, Selene. I really do. Just say that you like me too?" "No." With more than a few attempts confessing to the girl he likes, Jace Lim, a transferee student chases Selene Rowell far and wide the campus. For many instances, Jace declares his affection to her but Selen always refuses it. And goes the cycle of confessing and rejecting. It simply does not end. Not until the accident that no one saw coming. Will Selene finally accept Jace's feelings for her? Or will the cycle just casually continue unendingly? Unravel the mysterious story of Jace and Selene this world has yet to read.

Read more

Description


"For the 40th" is Dani Igay's debut manga-style book. It primarily tells the story behind the unending chasing of feelings between Jace Lim and Selene Rowell. Whereas Jace shamelessly confesses his feelings for Selene countless times. Despite being completely honest with his feelings, Selene still chooses to reject him. In the present setting of the story, Selene zones out most of the time. Her friends notice this weird habit of her so she frequently gets asked if she is okay. To which she replies that she is fine. What others don't know is Jace is on her mind. To be specific, that one accident Jace and she got involved with. One day, when she couldn't take how heavy she is feeling, she called out Jace. What happened next will surely, blow the readers' minds.

Read more

About the author


Danielle Marie Igay is a 22-year-old illustrator and artist. At a very young age, she has shown artistic capabilities and has grown enriching such talents. Some of her works were loved by the media. For the 40th. is her debut work that was based fully on her imagination and creativity. You can connect with her @dmisiegeee via social media.

Read more
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