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Quinn and Grayson have been fierce speech and debate rivals for years. They can’t stand one another, either in competition or in real life.
But when their AP Government teacher returns their school assignments to the wrong cubbies, they begin exchanging anonymous notes without knowing who the other is.
Despite their differences, the two come together through their letters and find themselves unknowingly falling for the competition. Before the state tournament, the two of them need to figure out what they want out of life, or risk their own future happiness. After all, what’s the point of speech and debate if you can’t say what’s in your heart?
Hate to love? Talking without knowing who the other is? Fierce rivals? It’s all of my favorite tropes in one book! I absolutely adored Tiana Smith’s debut, Match Me If You Can, so I really can’t wait to read what she has in store for us next!