Red Girl, Blue Boy
An If Only novel (If Only...)
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Enjoy Red Girl, Blue Boy and the other standalone titles in Bloomsbury's contemporary If Only romance line centered around an impossible problem: you always want what you can't have!
Sixteen-year-old Katie and Drew really shouldn't get along. After all, her father is the Republican nominee for President of the United States while his mother is at the top of the Democratic ticket. But when Katie and Drew are thrown together in a joint interview on a morning talk show, they can't ignore the chemistry between them. With an entire nation tuned into and taking sides in your parents' fight, and the knowledge that--ultimately--someone has to lose, how can you fall in love with the one person you're supposed to hate?
This title in the If Only line is a frank and funny romance that shows how sparks fly when opposites attract.
Praise For Red Girl, Blue Boy: An If Only novel (If Only...)…
“The story offers many absorbing elements of young love, suspense and surprise that undeniably appeal to fans of gothic romance.” —Kirkus Reviews for THE TWIN'S DAUGHTER
“A consistently entertaining read that delivers a genuinely original heroine and frequently hilarious satire.” —Kirkus Review for LITTLE WOMEN AND ME
“A smart, funny, and engaging novel.” —VOYA for LITTLE WOMEN AND ME
“Readers do not have to have any interest in politics at all to enjoy it. Breezy and fresh-feeling fun.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Baratz-Logsted's gothic murder mystery is rife with twists and moves swiftly and elegantly. Lucy is a spunky young woman who frequently challenges societal expectations yet remains in character as a member of upper-class English society . . . . The many surprises that comprise the ending will intrigue and delight readers, as will the satisfying epilogue.” —Booklist for THE TWIN'S DAUGHTER
“Teens looking for an easy, modern romance will find this fun, lighthearted teen love story charming.” —Booklist
Bloomsbury USA Childrens, 9781619635005, 304pp.
Publication Date: October 20, 2015