In Her Shoes is a weekly bookish meme hosted by Vanya at YA Story Teller. To participate, simply put yourself in the shoes of a heroine you've recently read about, and then tell what you would do in her stead, or what you've learned from her.
Featuring this week:
Libby McKay from
Her Best Friend's Brother
Libby is a typical small town girl, living alone with her mother and supporting her in the bakery. She is the laid-back and calm person, but she can have a temper if she needs it. She keeps certain things to herself, especially if she is uncertain about an approach or is suffering, being a bit shy and modest and not wanting to burden anyone, but she's not a secluded type or anything. She's also braver than most people assume - I like that. However, as they're trying to save her from herself, they screw up everything in the process - duh! She's mature enough to make her own decisions, her own experiences, especially her own mistakes. But no, someone just has to meddle, instead of letting her be. Really, this story could've been a lot easier.
Whose shoes did you step into this week?
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