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Book | Katherine Tegen Books, imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers | 2022 | First edition.

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Edition
First edition.
Description
404 pages ; 22 cm.
Summary
Worlds apart in their high school hierarchy, Serene and Lian Chen find refuge in one another.
Serene dreams of making couture dresses even more stunning than her mom's, but for now she's an intern at her mom's fashion label. When her mom receives a sudden diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, all that changes. Serene has to take over her mother's business overnight, dealing with ruthless investors who do not think a seventeen-year-old can run a fashion empire, while trying to figure out what happened with her dad in Beijing. He left before she was born, and Serene wants to find him, even if it means going against her mom's one request--never look back. Lian Chen moved from China to Serene's mostly white Southern California beach town a year ago. He doesn't fit in at school, where kids mispronounce his name. His parents don't care about what he wants to do--comedy--and push him toward going to MIT engineering early. Lian thinks there's nothing to stick around for, until one day, he starts Chinese Club after school . . . and Serene walks in.
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ISBN
9780062941107 (hardcover)
0062941100 (hardcover)
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