"Joyful, thoughtful, and real." --Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling authors of The Unhoneymooners
"Rom-com perfection." --Rachael Lippincott, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Five Feet Apart
New from Eric Smith comes a delightful YA rom-com about two teens caught in the middle of their families' orchestrated rivalry between their Philly cheesesteak food trucks.
All's fair in love and (food truck) war.
Everyone knows Jordan Plazas and Cindy Ortiz hate each other.
According to many viral videos of their public shouting matches, the Plazas and Ortiz families have a well-known food truck rivalry. Jordan and Cindy have spent all of high school making cheesesteaks and slinging insults at each other across their shared Philadelphia street.
But the truth? They're in love, and it's all just an act for the tourists.
When the fake feud lands them a reality tv show pilot, Jordan and Cindy find themselves having to lie on a much bigger scale. Trapped between pursuing their dreams or their love, can they find a way to have their cheesesteak and eat it too?
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