Myracle’s latest novel is formulaic in its plotting, but she boldly addresses the emotional and physical nuances of sexual relationships and captures the excitement and almost frantic nature of first love. Told from both Wren and Charlie’s perspectives, their story is about fighting for love in a world that demands so much, and belonging, no matter where life takes you. With many tender, hot, and emotionally charged scenes, The Infinite Moment of Us is a great pick for anyone looking for an exceptional YA romance.

Wren and Charlie never talked in high school, but they experience a connection right before graduation that can’t be denied. After four years of avoiding any guy distractions, Wren can hardly believe that Charlie is interested in her, and Charlie can’t believe that Wren has finally noticed him. As they fall in love over the course of a summer, they grapple with the future and what their separate plans mean for their relationship. (AMULET BOOKS, Aug., 336 pp., $17.95, ISBN: 9781419707933, HC, 14 & Up)

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