WRONG IN ALL THE RIGHT WAYS

ON SHELVES JULY 17, 2018
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An attraction between foster siblings sets fire to forbidden love in this contemporary reimagining of Wuthering Heights.
Emma’s life has always gone according to her very careful plans. But things take a turn toward the unexpected when she falls in love for the first time with the one person in the world who’s off-limits: her new foster brother, the gorgeous and tormented Dylan McAndrews.
Meanwhile, Emma’s AP English class is reading Wuthering Heights, and she’s been assigned to echo Emily Bronte’s style in an epistolary format. With irrepressible feelings and no one to confide in, she’s got a lot to write about. Distraught by the escalating intensity of their mutual attraction, Emma and Dylan try to constrain their romance to the page—for fear of threatening Dylan’s chances at being adopted into a loving home. But the strength of first love is all-consuming, and they soon get enveloped in a passionate, secretive relationship with a very uncertain outcome.
Wrong in All the Right Ways marks the exciting debut of a fresh voice in contemporary teen fiction.
A Christy Ottaviano Book

 


Praise for Wrong in All the Right Ways

A Publishers Lunch YA Summer Buzz Book
A Buzzfeed YA Book You’ll Want To Devour By The Pool This Summer
A BookBub Best Summer Book for Teens
“[A] modern-day retelling of Wuthering Heights . . . teens will be swept away by the romance.” —School Library Journal
“Brownlee models the ill-advised love affair between her protagonist, Emma, and Emma’s foster brother, Dylan, after Catherine and Heathcliff’s forbidden love in Wuthering Heights. [The] voice is frank and intelligent . . . For readers looking for star-crossed romance, Emma’s rocky relationship with Dylan is sure to satisfy.” —Publishers Weekly 
“This swoony contemporary novel showcases the hardships and laughs of falling in love for the very first time.”Buzzfeed
“This debut’s strength is in its focus on Emma’s complicated family relationships as much as her first, consuming, and sometimes melodramatic romance. . . This will appeal to fans of retold classics.” —Booklist