(This book cannot be returned.)
Before you can reach for your dreams, you have to choose them.
Amrita Sidhu belongs: in her Indian extended family, in her Sikh faith, in her California home. But when a family fight makes up her father's mind to take a job across the country in Ohio, she's torn from the fabric of her community and left to find her footing in a new high school and a new life.
In Ohio, Amrita meets Dave Gill, who's funny, part-Indian, and also Mormon. At a series of Bollywood movie nights with friends, they begin to connect-despite the pressure they both feel not to date outside their own faith.
As Amrita stares down diverging paths for her future, she knows only one thing for certain: she can't hold on to everything. She'll have to choose between her relationship with Dave, her family's good opinion of her, and her place in her own community-
And once she makes the decision, there will be no going back.