A poignant and empowering teen novel of grief, unrequited love, and finding comfort in ones own skin.Aden isnt looking for love in her senior year. Shes much more focused on things like getting a solo gig at Ikes and keeping her brother from illegal herbal recreation. But when Tate walks into Calculus class wearing a yarmulke and a grin, Adens heart is gone in an instant.The two are swept up in a tantalizingly warm friendship, complete with long drives with epic soundtracks and deep talks about life, love, and spirituality. With Tate, Aden feels closer to her momand her moms faiththan she has since her mother died years ago. Everyone elseeven Adens brother and her best friendcan see their connection, but does Tate?Navigating uncertain romance and the crises of those she loves, Aden must decide how she chooses to see herself and how to honor her mom's memory.