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Rachel Lynn Solomon


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Rachel Lynn Solomon is a Pacific Northwest native who loves rainy days, tap dancing, red lipstick, and new wave music. Her debut contemporary YA novel, You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone, is out now from Simon & Schuster/Simon Pulse. Her second book, Our Year of Maybe, is slated for early 2019.

Rachel has written for newspapers, produced a radio show that aired in the middle of the night, and worked for NPR, and she currently works in education. Rachel lives in Seattle with her boyfriend and tiny dog. She's represented by Laura Bradford of Bradford Literary Agency.

Genres: Young Adult Romance, Romance
 
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When the Truth Unravels (2019)
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"The four girls at the center of When The Truth Unravels are prickly, complicated, and headstrong--and I adored all of them. RuthAnne Snow's debut takes a quintessential high school experience--prom--and fills it with detours and secrets that make it impossible to put down. Across two timelines and multiple POVs, Snow paints an authentic, sensitive picture of depression and shows us how friendship is a delicate but resilient thing. I wish I could hand this to every teen girl trying her best and fearing she isn't enough. (She is.)"
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Together We Caught Fire (2020)
Eva V Gibson
"With prose so striking that each dangerous, delectable sentence feels like a treat, TOGETHER WE CAUGHT FIRE is a book that doesn’t hold back. Even when the characters travel to their darkest places, there is an undeniable spark of light, of hope, at the center. I loved this gritty, bold debut."
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What I Like About You (2020)
Marisa Kanter
"With a charming, modern teen voice and a cast of characters I refuse to believe aren't real people, this debut explores the connections we make online and IRL. A love letter to storytelling, fandom, and all kinds of friendships, I'm still hugging What I Like About You tightly to my chest."
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The Truth Project (2020)
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"A captivating, intricately woven story of identity, family, and how we're shaped by our surroundings. From small-town Alaska to gritty Seattle, Cordelia’s search for belonging brims with honesty and heartache. Each lovely word of this novel-in-verse wields a special kind of power."
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Rent a Boyfriend (2020)
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Five Ways to Fall Out of Love (2021)
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Float Plan (2021)
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"Float Plan had my heart from the first page. With lush, vibrant settings and characters I ached and swooned with, this book is both a romantic escape and a balm for the soul. I'm deeply in love with Anna and Keane."
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Meet Me in Paradise (2021)
Libby Hubscher
"Both a romantic escape and an ode to sisterhood, Meet Me in Paradise made me swoon, laugh, and then sneaked up on me and made me cry. Marin and Sadie are the beating heart of this story--I adored them in all their wild, wonderful messiness. A radiantly hopeful book."
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Heart on a Leash (2021)
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Alanna Martin
"With two charming leads, three irresistible pups, and a small town unlike any I've read before, Heart on a Leash tugged at my emotions and warmed my soul. The perfect book to snuggle up with and savor."
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The Intimacy Experiment (2021)
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"I could cry about how much I love Naomi and Ethan. Rosie Danan's writing brims with compassion and wit, and there's a tenderness that runs underneath everything--even when her characters are positive they're not falling for each other. A stunning, subversive romance that made me proud to be Jewish."
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Counting Down with You (2021)
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"I'm completely heart-eyed over this book. With a voice that blends pitch-perfect humor and tremendous compassion, Counting Down with You is an ode to anyone who's dreamed of a path different from the one carved out for them. A lovely, romantic debut that shimmers with hope."
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Last Chance Books (2021)
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"A charming, hilarious debut that pays tribute to You’ve Got Mail while feeling uniquely modern. Kelsey Rodkey’s banter is what romcom dreams are made of, and Madeline and Jasper are so perfectly matched that I nearly perished while waiting for them to kiss. (And oh, they do.) An instant favorite."
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Love Scenes (2021)
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The Nature of Witches (2021)
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"The Nature of Witches is a love letter to the earth. This lush, atmospheric book charmed me with its magic system, captured my heart with its swoony romance, and stole my breath with its gorgeous words. I want to wallpaper my home with Rachel Griffin's sentences."
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Heartbreak for Hire (2021)
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"I loved every page of this refreshingly modern battle of the sexes. Heartbreak for Hire shimmers with whip-smart dialogue, pitch-perfect humor, and burn-you-up steam. Sonia Hartl is a fierce, fearless new voice in romance."
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The Rehearsals (2021)
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"A deeply special book, warm and wise and filled with undeniable tenderness. Annette Christie draws her not-quite-newlyweds Megan and Tom with tremendous empathy, and I rooted for them on all their wild misadventures, eager to find out what would happen each time they woke up. An effervescent, one-of-a-kind love story."

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