From Miranda Kenneally, author of the beloved high school romance Hundred Oaks series, comes a funny enemies to lovers romcom about second, third...maybe even fourth chances.
Every May 7th, the students at Coffee County High School take a class trip. And every year, Lulu's relationship with Alex Rouvelis gets a little more complicated. Freshman year they went from sworn enemies to more than friends after a close encounter in an escape room. It's been hard for Lulu to quit Alex ever since.
Through break-ups, make-ups, and dating other people, each year's class trip brings the pair back together and forces them to confront their undeniable connection. From the science museum to Six Flags, New York City to London, Lulu learns one thing is for sure: love is the biggest trip of all.
Are Lulu and Alex meant to be, or are they better apart?
Other teen romance books by Miranda Kenneally:
• Catching Jordan
• Stealing Parker
• Things I Can't Forget
• Racing Savannah
• Breathe, Annie, Breathe
• Jesse's Girl
• Defending Taylor
• Coming Up for Air
The four days of the title are four class trips that high schoolers Lulu Wells and Alex Rouvelis go on each May from freshman to senior year. The first brings them together romantically, despite popular baseball player Alex having beaten out Lulu a vegan who ran on school sustainability for class president. By the next year, they've broken up, and so it goes, with flashbacks to key moments in their always passionate, if not always happy, relationship. Kenneally (You Make My Heart Race) shows the couple's feelings, realities, and dreams maturing into something real Alex has to help out all the time at his family's Greek restaurant, and he'll need a scholarship to attend college; Lulu's working on a graphic novel that she hopes to publish. Though narrator Lulu feels more like a set of traits and hobbies than a flesh-and-blood character, showing Lulu and Alex and their friends growing up and into themselves is a clever way of telescoping the vast development that occurs over the four years of high school. Ages 14 up.