- Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers (2022-04-19)
- Language: English
- Paperback: 384 pages
- ISBN-13: 9780593326879
- Item Weight: 481.95 grams
- Dimensions: 8.63 x 5.81 x 1.23 cm
#Wibbroka is back with another swoony YA--this time tackling long-distance relationships, in a novel based on their own romantic history.
If high school seniors Siena and Patrick were a superlative, they'd be Couple Most Likely to Marry. Three solid years of dating, and everyone agrees they're perfect for each other. But with college on the horizon, Siena begins to wonder whether staying together is the best idea. Does she really want to be tied down during the most transformative years of her life? So she makes a decision to break up with Patrick, convincing herself it's for the best. Though, before she can get the words out, he beats her to the punch: his family is moving. He’ll be spending senior year in Austin. A thousand miles away. Caught off guard by the news, Siena agrees to stay with Patrick, believing their relationship will naturally fizzle out with time and distance. But over a series of visits throughout the school year, Siena begins to see a different side of Patrick--one that has her falling in love with him all over again.
About the Author
Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka are the authors of Always Never Yours, If I'm Being Honest, Time of Our Lives, and What's Not to Love, as well as the upcoming adult romance The Roughest Draft (Berkeley, 2021). Raised by a school librarian, Austin's always had a passion for books. He met and fell in love with Emily in high school, went to Harvard, where he studied English (focusing on Shakespeare) and graduated magna cum laude in 2014, and is now a practicing attorney. Emily, whose parents are screenwriters, has loved writing and storytelling since an early age. Emily attended Princeton University and graduated magna cum laude in 2014. While at Princeton, she wrote the first novel in her self-published YA fantasy trilogy, the Last Oracle, which was featured in USA Today and was a finalist for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Now married, Emily and Austin live in Los Angeles.