You just have to be a brave and certain kind of person, and I don’t think that I am. I’m sarcastic and loyal and a little shy. I’m quietly and slightly Catholic. I’m a daughter trying to learn how to be a sister. I’m a virgin. I’m a butterflier.
I’ve never been in love.
Taylor Cipriano had everything figured out, back when she lived with her single mother in Miami. Now, she’s moved upstate for her junior year to live with her mom’s boyfriend and her soon-to-be-stepsister and is trying to figure out who she is out of the shadow of her best friend. When she meets Theo—quirky, cute, sensitive Theo—he seems like a great match…except he has a girlfriend. Josey, icy and oh-so-intimidating.
But Theo and Josey aren’t like anyone Taylor’s met before; Josey grew up in a polyamorous family, and the two of them have a history of letting a third person in to their relationship. It’s nothing Taylor’s ever considered before…but she really likes Theo.
Her feelings for Josey, though?
That’s where it really gets complicated.
3 unwraps who we love and how we love, in numbers as odd as we are.