Nathaniel Montgomery can't escape the pressure to be perfect, to be smart, to be successful. To live the life chosen for him—one that doesn't include being gay.
Wren Cunningham lives on the streets and does what it takes to survive. No one has ever given a damn about him, so he works with the cards he's been dealt and pushes his dreams aside.
Fate steps in when Nate and Wren meet at eighteen years old. They have one week to live how they want, to pretend everything they hope for is within reach. What they don't expect is to find exactly what they need in each other . . . or to fall in love.
But sometimes love isn't enough, and goodbyes are inevitable.
No matter how much time passes, Nate and Wren never forget. They always find their way back to each other, and that helps them make it through. It's never been a question of if they want each other. Their love is constant and never fades. Love Always.
They've spent their whole lives dreaming about their future together. To have a fighting chance, they'll need to find a different kind of strength—learning to love themselves first.
If not, their next goodbye will be their last.