Meet Me At The River
Meet Me at the River
Meet Me At The River
We can’t choose who we love…but can we choose to let go?Stepsiblings Tressa and Luke have been close since they were little…and when they become teenagers, they slip from being best friends to being something more. Their relationship makes everyone around them uncomfortable, but they can’t—won’t—deny their connection. Nothing can keep them apart. Not even death. Luke is killed in a horrible, tragic accident, and Tressa is suddenly and desperately alone. Unable to outrun the waves of grief and guilt and longing, she is haunted by thoughts of suicide. And then she is haunted by Luke himself. He visits only at night. But when he’s with her, it’s almost like the accident never happened. Oh, there are reminders, from the way she can only feel him when he touches the scars on her wrist, to how she can’t seem to tell him about life since he’s been gone. As long as they’re together, though, the rest…it fades away. But during the day it is Tressa who can’t grasp hold of the people around her. The same people who never wanted her and Luke together in the first place are determined to help her move on. Determined to help her heal. They just don’t understand—one misstep, one inch forward, could leave Luke behind forever. Nina de Gramont, author of Gossip of the Starlings and Every Little Thing in the World, writes of love that is beautiful and poetic, forbidden and radical—and utterly irresistible.

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  • Fiction

Age Level: 

  • Mature Young Adult
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Tressa and Luke are in love. They have been best friends for an extremely long time. However, only one of them is alive, and that person is Tressa. Luke was Tressa's only friend. With a mother who always ran away all over the country with Tressa by her side, it was hard to make friends or keep them. But Luke always remained her friend, even after Tressa and her mom were gone for years.  While they were dating, none of their family members approved of their relationship, because Tressa and Luke are actually step-siblings.

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