Milou and Tessa have much in common. They live on the same street, they have the same taste in guys that they find fun and they sit together at school. The only thing that stands in the way of them being friends is that they do not like each other. The two girls play with dilemmas like who likes who, who's hot and who's not. There is so much happening in the other part of the school, the senior college. Anabel and her group fall apart. Anabel is moving and the group needs to replace her. How are they going to handle this? Laura Rosierse (1995) has loved books since she was a toddler. After graduating from elementary school, she got her own computer and began writing. At twelve, she started joining writing competitions. Lifelong Competition is her first complete book.