We are organizing a REVIEW tour for this emotionally romantic story about two teens who couldn’t be more different. One is a model and the other a Star Trek nerd. When the model is offered a career that moves her overseas, they hatch a plot to stay together no matter the distance. As this is a review tour, only book reviews will be available.
Digital review copies will be provided to all hosts.
Priority will be given to book bloggers that identify and represent as Chinese and British Indian.
Tour Dates: October 1 – October 11, 2020
Fly For Both of Us
by E. Mellyberry
Published by m.i. books
Release date: March 3, 2020
Genres: YA FICTION–Contemporary Romance
Fifteen-year-old Ben Leung can’t believe a girl like Kai Gupta would want to be his friend, let alone his girlfriend. They have absolutely nothing in common. He’s Chinese; she’s British Indian. He’s a Star Trek nerd; she’s a model.
When Kai is offered a modeling career that requires her to move overseas, she persuades Ben to come along. They hatch a plot. They pinky promise.
Everything is running according to plan… until it isn’t.
Can a young love survive 7,235 miles between Hong Kong and Los Angeles?
Theoretically, it can.
While there, Mia starts confronting her painful past, and questions the purpose of Red Oak. After all, if the Red Oak girls were boys, they never would have been treated the way that they are. Amidst the revelations that cause her to question the way that society treats young women, circumstances outside of her control force Mia to discover what happens when she makes herself vulnerable enough to be truly seen by the rest of the world.