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Hayley, she just doesn’t get it. Doesn’t get that doors which are open for her, are closed for me. Doesn’t get that I’m following in my dad’s footsteps, Aiden’s footsteps, even if the shoes don’t fit. She tells me we can be together, that we can make it work. And I wish, I really wish, that we could. But wishing doesn’t change anything.
When I was eleven, green was my favourite colour. That was before I realised my nose was blue. It was also the year I met Liam. Right from the off, we were best friends. Then more. Then... nothing. Because Tim and Hun, they’re oil and water: they don’t mix. Ask my dad. Ask Aiden. But blue, green, they’re just colours. And I like green.
"a beautifully written and heart-breaking story"
--Laura, Goodreads reader
"this is a real page-turner you won’t be able to put down"
--Causette, Goodreads reader
"falls somewhere between Irvine Welsh and Romeo and Juliet"
--Sophie Plowden, author of the Jack Dash series