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Twin sisters Kelsey and Michelle Maxfield look identical -- but they couldn't be more different. Kelsey is the captain of the dance team and loves her cute college boyfriend, Davis. Michelle is a free-spirited artist and flits from one guy to the next, the latest a soldier recently deployed to Afghanistan. Despite their differences, Kelsey and Michelle can't live without each other--until, in an instant, everything changes.
When Michelle dies in a car crash, Kelsey is left without her other half. As the only one who knows about her sister's boyfriend, Peter, Kelsey takes it upon herself to find him and tell him what happened to Michelle. But when she finally connects with Peter online, he thinks that Kelsey is Michelle and says that seeing her is the one thing keeping him alive. Caught up in the moment, Kelsey can't bear to break his heart with the truth, so she lets Peter believe that she is Michelle.
Kelsey keeps up the act, pretending to be her sister, and soon she can't deny that she's falling, hard, for the one boy she shouldn't want.
Lara Avery delivers a breathtaking story of love and loss that is guaranteed to sweep you off your feet.
About the Author
Lara Avery is an editor at Revolver and the author of Anything But Ordinary, which Booklist praised for its "tender and lyrical prose." Raised in Kansas, where A Million Miles Away is set, she now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
"This is definitely several steps above the standard romance; Avery is a voice to watch in this genre."—Booklist
"Those who are looking for something similar to Nicholas Sparks will appreciate this light romance."—SLJ
"A Million Miles Away completely wrecked me. Romantic and heartbreaking. A must-read for anybody with a sister--and anybody without one, too."—Katie Cotugno, author of How to Love and 99 Days
"Love, loss, sisterhood, deceit--the stakes are high in this captivating romance. Kelsey's story is beautifully told, equal parts gut-wrenching and heartwarming."—April Lindner, author of Jane and Love, Lucy