"A captivating, classic story about two people who 'shouldn't' be together . . . readers will be cheering them on until its satisfying conclusion." —Booklist
Alex is a baseball player. A great one. His papi is pushing him to go pro, but Alex maybe wants to be a poet. Not that Papi would understand that—or allow it . . .
Isa is a dancer. She'd love to go pro, if only her Havana-born mom weren't dead set against it . . . just like she's dead set against her daughter falling for a Latino. And Isa's privileged private-school life—with her dad losing his job and her older brother struggling with mental illness—is falling apart. Not that she'd ever tell that to Alex.
Fate—and the New York City subway—have brought Alex and Isa together. Is it enough to keep them together when they need each other most?