A laugh-out-loud LGBTQ+ romantic comedy from a stellar debut talent.
Life is fraught for fourteen-year-old, zodiac-obsessed Cat. First there’s a minor bus-meets-girl accident, then there’s a boy-next-door suitor who can’t take a hint, but the most desperate disaster of all is Cat’s crush on the stunning and poetic Alison Bridgewater.
According to their star charts, Cat and Alison are the perfect match. To which Alison (woe alas!) remains oblivious.
But when the dangerously cool Morgan Delaney wades into the river to save Cat's sketchbook of kissing Disney princesses, she sends Cat’s stars spinning.
Can Cat get over her Alison obsession and follow her heart towards Morgan? Or should she exercise caution? After all, Morgan is a Gemini, and if there’s one thing Cat’s Bible to the Stars has taught her it’s that you can never – ever – trust a Gemini…
"A sweet funny romantic comedy about a girl who likes girls." Jacqueline Wilson
Freja Nicole Woolf’s writing is absolutely not autobiographical. (Except for the bits that are.) She's been writing since school and, at the über-ancient age of twenty-four, she finally wrote her debut, Never Trust a Gemini, as a joyful, romantic alternative to the issue-led LGBTQ+ stories she grew up with. She lives in London and aspires to be a Capricorn. Unfortunately, she's a Pisces.
“A sweet funny romantic comedy about a girl who likes girls”
“Cat Phillips is the hilarious, no filter, impossible-not-to-root-for heroine we’ve all been waiting for. Pure joy from start to finish!”
This LOL-some LGBTQ+ romcom teems with crushes, cringes and a match that might just be made in astrological heaven […] The first book in what’s set up to be a fresh and funny new series, Freja Nicole Woolf’s Never Trust a Gemini debut dishes up a feast of feel-good fun and swoon-some romance. […] With unrequited love expressed in all its achy, pangy pain, and impossibly cool Gemini Morgan adding to Cat’s complications, Never Trust a Gemini is a terrific blend of humour and relatable teenage troubles, with an ending that’ll leave readers desperate for the next book.
Celebrates LGBTQ+ romance, as well as the joys and complications that go with being 14, and is hilariously funny to boot.
This charming, funny romantic comedy about a girl who likes girls is packed with awkward moments, sticky situations and complex characters. Exploring the challenging dynamics of teen friendship groups and the politics of popularity, most 12+ readers, whether gay, straight or non-binary, will see reflections of many of Cat’s experiences in their own lives.