visión de conjunto:Críticas An important and heartfelt contribution to contemporary teen lit about queer women: hopeful realistic and romantic Talley's newest is sure to satisfy. -Kirkus Reviews (starred review) This pitch-perfect romance is all heart touching on serious issues but never becoming too heavy and will be a strong addition to any teen collection. -School Library Journal Reminiscent of Sara Ryan's Empress of the World Talley's latest is a sweet love story about discovering who you want to be with and more important who you want to be. -Booklist Reseña del editor Fifteen-year-old Aki Simon has a theory. And it's mostly about sex. No it isn't that kind of theory. Aki already knows she's bisexualeven if until now it's mostly been in the hypothetical sense. Aki has dated only guys so far and her best friend Lori is the only person who knows she likes girls too. Actually Aki's theory is that she's got only one shot at living an interesting lifeand that means she's got to stop sitting around and thinking so much. It's time for her to actually do something. Or at least try. So when Aki and Lori set off on a church youth-group trip to a small Mexican town for the summer and Aki meets Christaslightly older far more experiencedit seems her theory is prime for the testing. But it's not going to be easy. For one thing how exactly do two girls have sex anyway? And more important how can you tell if you're in love? It's going to be a summer of testing theoriesand the result may just be love. Biografía del autor Robin Talley studied literature and communications at American University. She lives in Washington DC with her wife but visits both Boston and New York regularly despite her moral opposition to Massachusetts winters and Times Square. Her first book was 2014's Lies We Tell Ourselves. Visit her online at robintalley.com or on Twitter at @robin_talley.