Okay, Cupid (Hardcover)

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Okay, Cupid (Hardcover)


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From the bestselling author of I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST, the story of a cupid who thinks they know everything about love... until they fall in love themselves.

As a cupid, Jude thinks they understand love a little bit more than the average human. It makes sense -- Jude's been studying love their whole teen life. And, yes, there have been some bumps in the road, and they're currently on probation for doing something that they absolutely, definitely shouldn't have done... but they're ready to prove they can make matches without ever getting involved.

Only... Jude's next assignment isn't about setting up two adults. No, this time Jude has to go to high school, with kids their own age. And the assignment is a tough one: two best friends who are meant to be more than just best friends... but who aren't currently speaking to each other after a huge falling out.

Jude thinks they've got this one all under control, and that they won't get involved whatsoever.

Which proves that maybe Jude hasn't learned the first lesson of humans and love ... It’s complicated.

Born and raised in a small town in North Carolina, Mason Deaver is an award-nominated, bestselling author and designer living in Charlotte. Their debut novel, I Wish You All the Best, was named a Junior Library Guild Selection and an NPR Concierge Book. Besides writing, they're an active fan of horror movies and video games. You can find them online at masondeaverwrites.com.

Product Details ISBN: 9781338777697
ISBN-10: 1338777696
Publisher: PUSH
Publication Date: January 2nd, 2024
Pages: 320
Language: English

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Praise for I Wish You All the Best:

"Heartfelt, romantic, and quietly groundbreaking. This book will save lives." --Becky Albertalli, New York Times bestselling author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

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"A beacon of hope in a broken world. We all need this book." --Nic Stone, New York Times bestselling author of Dear Martin

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"A truly unique and beautiful debut." --Adi Alsaid, author of Let's Get Lost

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"An important and inspiring novel about identity, acceptance, friendship, familial relationships, and the people who become your family." --Sabina Khan, author of The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali and Zara Hossain is Here

"A soft, sweet, and incredibly important story about a nonbinary teen finding their voice. This book is going to be so important to so many people." --Alice Oseman, author of Radio Silence and Heartstopper

"A welcome addition to the growing body of LGBTQIAP+ literature." --Booklist

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"A powerful illustration of the ways that compassion and love can overcome intolerance." --Publishers Weekly

"Deaver shows us that love, like gender, is fluid and nonbinary." --NPR