A young adult romantic comedy - available now
Cover art: Chaaya Prabhat
Cover Design: Marci Senders
"A joyous celebration of family and first love."
—Rachel Lynn Solomon,
New York Times bestselling author of See You Yesterday
"A charming new take on tradition, the search for love in all its flavors, and self-discovery."
—Shveta Thakrar, author of the Andre Norton Nebula Award finalist Star Daughter
"A gorgeously written novel about leading with our wild hearts."
—Anuradha D. Rajurkar, author of American Betiya, a 2022 YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults title
"Prasad's prose leaps off the page...read this book whatever the weather."
—Sarena and Sasha Nanua, co-authors of Sisters of the Snake and Daughters of the Dawn
"Full of lavender-scented dreams...a romantic, Bollywood-like story."
"Prasad never sacrifices authenticity for romance as she captures how broadly love can be defined and experienced."
"Four sisters who are all on the same team, who love each other, and who want each other to succeed in finding their truths and happiness...touching and warm, a perfect cozy read."
"[A] jam-packed rom-com in which the sisters’ heartfelt relationship and earnest support of one another sparkles brightest."
"By turns featherlight, deeply emotional and unabashedly romantic."
—Shelf Awareness, starred review
Four sisters, four seasons, four flavors of romance.
The Singh sisters grew up helping their father navigate the bustle of the Songbird Inn. Nestled on dreamy and drizzly Orcas Island in the Pacific Northwest, the inn's always been warm and cozy and filled with interesting guests--the perfect home. But things are about to heat up now that the Songbird has been named the Most Romantic Inn in America.
Nidhi (Nih-thee as in "How do I love thee?") has everything planned out--until a storm brings a wayward tree crashing into her life one autumn . . . and along with it, an intriguing construction worker and a yearning for her motherland. Suddenly, she's questioning everything she thought she wanted.
Avani (Ah-vun-knee) can't sit still. If she does, her grief for Pop, their dad's late husband, will overwhelm her. So she keeps moving as much as she can, planning an elaborate Winter Ball in Pop's memory. Until a blizzard traps her in a barn with the boy she accidentally stood up and has been actively avoiding ever since.
Sirisha (Sir-ree-shah) loves seeing the world through her camera, but her shyness prevents her from stepping out from behind the lens. Talking to girls is such a struggle! When a pretty actress comes to the Songbird with her theater troupe, spring has sprung for Sirisha--if only she can find the words.
Rani (Rah-knee) is a hopeless romantic through and through. After gently nudging her sisters to open their hearts, she is convinced it's finally her turn to find love. When two potential suitors float in on a summer breeze, Rani is swept up in grandeur to match her wildest Bollywood dreams. But which boy is the one she's meant to be with?
Ultimately, the magic of the Songbird Inn leads the tight-knit Singh sisters to new passions and breathtaking kisses--and to unearth the truest versions of themselves.
Perfect for fans of Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Before, this sparkling YA rom-com celebrates sisterhood, family, and the love all around us.
Available now from Disney-Hyperion.