Harper McKinley, a band nerd, had one main plan: keep her head low so as not to hinder her Republican father’s election campaign. But when she finds out that someone has created a fake – very gay – Tinder profile posing as her, she resolves to never let anyone know about it. If this gets out, Harper’s father could lose the election.
But who really created the profile? This was a messy situation to begin with, but then Harper meets Margot Blanchard. She’s cute and funny, and also, she swiped right. Maybe it wouldn’t hurt to be just friends … right? As Harper begins to fall for Margot, she has to decide what’s more important: helping her father win, or being with the girl who has her heart?
This story was a heartwarming, adorable gay romance that hit all the right emotional buttons. It was easy to read, but still fun and well-paced with plenty of romance. The cast was inclusive with beautiful friendships and dynamics, and I liked the school band setting. Harper and Margot had the most charming banter, and I rooted for them throughout the entire book. I would recommend this to anyone who loves fun romantic drama!
|Page Count||288 pages|
|Publisher||Page Street Kids|
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