Always Never Yours

Always Never Yours

Shouldn't a girl get to star in her own love story?

Seventeen-year-old Megan Harper is about due for her next sweeping romance. It's inevitable—each of her relationships starts with the perfect guy and ends with him falling in love . . . with someone else. But instead of feeling sorry for herself, Megan focuses on pursuing her next fling, directing theater, and fulfilling her dream college's acting requirement in the smallest role possible.

So when she’s cast as Juliet (yes, that Juliet) in her high school’s production, it’s a complete nightmare. Megan’s not an actress, and she’s used to being upstaged—both in and out of the theater. In fact, with her mom off in Texas and her dad remarried and on to baby #2 with his new wife, Megan worries that, just like her exes, her family is moving on without her.

Then she meets Owen Okita, an aspiring playwright inspired by Rosaline from Shakespeare's R+J. A character who, like Megan, knows a thing or two about short-lived relationships. Megan agrees to help Owen with his play in exchange for help catching the eye of a sexy stagehand/potential new boyfriend. Yet Megan finds herself growing closer to Owen, and wonders if he could be the Romeo she never expected.

In their fresh and funny debut, Emily Wibberly and Austin Siegemund-Broka break down the high school drama to find there's always room for familial love, romantic love, and—most importantly—self-love.

Title:Always Never Yours
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780451479846
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About Emily Wibberley

Emily Wibberley grew up in Southern California, but instead of working on her nonexistent tan at the beach, she spent her time reading, making music and watching


    Always Never Yours Reviews

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)

    This is such a deeply cute book that I screamed for 300 hours. Theater romance ft. cute play tropes ft. great characters ft. being totally, utterly bingeable. Megan is the forgotten supporting charact...

  • Lola

    Am I crazy, or does the model on the cover look Chinese? Granted, we only see her back, but the only reason why I requested this book was because I was looking forward to a YA romance with an Asian he...

  • Shreya (?High Lady of The Night Court?)

    To hope one day I’ll be the one chosen and not just the girl before. This is the kind if book you want to curl up with on a comfortable couch and never stop reading. It is really quite amazing, the...

  • emma

    HEY. YOU. LOOK AT THIS COVER. DO YOU SEE HOW CUTE THIS COVER IS? LOOOOOOOK ATTTTTT ITTTTTT.okay, now that we've talked about the most important thing.as we allll know (because i cannot shut up about i...

  • jessica

    newly washed sheets. puppy cuddles. sunshine. freshly baked cookies. a hug from someone you love.if you took all those feelings and put them into book form, it would be this book. this book was so pur...

  • may ?

    hardcore skimming after 60% . . . . . im still at a loss for what the purpose of this book is?? dont get me wrong, i really appreciated the mc's outlook on herself and her relationships.shes not the ...

  • Yusra  ?

    I’m not a theatre kid... but I wish I was a theatre kid so I’ll just satisfy my needby reading a book about a theatre kid :)...

  • Lily ??

    me, reading this book: [hoping that its inside matches its outside]Blog ¦ Bloglovin’ ¦ Tumblr ¦ Instagram...

  • Joshee Kun (???)

    I know what it's like to watch the people you care about replace you and never look back. I've gone through it eight times now.To be frank, I bought this book only because it was written by a real-lif...

  • Fafa's Book Corner

    Review posted on Fafa's Book Corner! Beware spoilers ahead!Trigger warning: Cheating, slut-shaming, mention of parental abandonment, mention of divorce, and aftereffects of divorce. Always Never You...