Historically Inaccurate (Paperback)
It only takes one moment to change your life forever . . .
After her mother’s deportation last year, all Soledad “Sol” Gutierrez wants is for her life to go back to normal. Everything’s changed—new apartment, new school, new family dynamic—and Sol desperately wants to fit in. When she joins her community college’s history club, it comes with an odd initiation process: break into Westray’s oldest house and steal . . . a fork?
There’s just one problem: while the owners of the house aren’t home, their grandson Ethan is, and when he catches Sol with her hand in the kitchen drawer, she barely escapes with the fork intact. This one chance encounter irrevocably alters her life, and Sol soon learns that sometimes fitting in isn’t as important as being yourself—even if that’s the hardest thing she’s ever had to do.
"A thoughtful romance for fans of realistic fiction." —SLJ
“At turns laugh-out-loud funny, sweetly romantic, and deeply moving, Historically Inaccurate is a delight, and Shay Bravo is an exciting new voice to watch.” —Katie Henry, author of Heretics Anonymous and Let's Call It A Doomsday
"a distinctive and enlightening read." —Booklist
"an earnest and timely read with convincing stakes." —Publishers Weekly