Frank loves Joy.
Joy loves Frank.
At least, that’s what they tell their parents . . .
Frank’s parents emigrated from Korea, and have pretty much one big rule for Frank – he must only date Korean girls.
So, when Frank falls for Brit, who is smart, beautiful and white, he needs a plan.
His friend Joy Song is in the same boat and so they make a pact: they’ll pretend to date each other in order to gain their freedom.
Frank and Joy agree that fake-dating is the perfect plan.
But, they soon discover that the only thing more complicated than pretending to be in love, is actually falling in love.
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‘Big-hearted, honest, hilarious, and achingly romantic. I smiled, I laughed, I cried, and I closed this book wiser. Get ready to fall in love with Frank, world!’ Adam Silvera, New York Times bestselling author of They Both Die at The End
‘A beautifully layered novel about first love, tribalism and that brief, magical period when kids have one foot in high school, one foot out the door’ New York Times
‘A love story, a treatise on racism, a peek into adolescence, and a welcome to Korean-American culture, all at once.’ Jodi Picoult
‘Think John Green by way of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before“ Entertainment Weekly
‘Touching on issues of race, identity, and first love, Frankly in Love is the charming, funny, romantic young adult crossover novel that both adults and teens will enjoy in equal measure.’ PopSugar