**New York Times Bestseller & #1 Indie Bestseller**
David Yoon weaves the difficult themes of first love, race, and family expectations into a touching and humorous debut. American-born Frank Li is the child of Korean parents who have sacrificed all they have to provide opportunities for their son. In exchange, their expectations and demands are high: they want him to fall in love with a nice Korean girl. But, of course, his first love is.. white. Realizing a fellow Korean-American friend, Joy, is in similar circumstances, the two contrive a plan of fake dating to please their parents. The results are unexpected, sometimes hilarious, and always unforgettable.
An excellent choice for the Young Adult reader who enjoys real-life scenarios and comedy. This book is very readable, easy to relate to, and almost impossible to put down.