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Publisher's Summary

A Lambda Literary Award winner

1978: In a snowy Pennsylvania forest, Reid, a studious high school distance runner meets Everett, a privileged and capricious charmer.

As their lives become intertwined, Reid is swept up in Everett’s adventurous world.

When a near-fatal accident changes both their lives, Reid and Everett’s determination to keep their love alive faces obstacles of family, time, and distance.

Praise for the book:

"'Every Time I Think of You is a rare combination of delicacy and power, a story of 'the unbearable weight of first love' told with both innocence and urgency by its wise and charming adolescent narrator. It rekindled faded memories of the intensity of youthful desire - the mystery, the promise, the excitement, the disappointment. Intelligent, subtle, and compelling, Jim Provenzano’s novel is, most of all, audacious." (Andrew W. M. Beierle, author of First Person Plural)

“The coming-of-age story gets a welcome and much needed shakeup in Jim Provenzano’s graceful and surprising novel about falling in love. Always going where you least expect it, the story is, by turns, heartbreaking and arousing, comic and introspective, familiar and altogether new. These are characters you’ll remember long after the last page." (Michael Thomas Ford, author of Full Circle and The Road Home)

"Every Time I Think of You captures the joy of finding love for the first time, with all the sweetness, comedy, and tragedy that experience inevitably entails. And it does so with the audacity and brutal honesty to admit that, yes, even the broken and imperfect among us deserve to experience everything that life has to offer. Kudos to Provenzano for daring to show that disability and sexuality aren’t mutually exclusive, and that crips can be just as good in bed (or elsewhere) as their non-disabled counterparts.” (Ray Aguilera, former editor of Bent Voices)

©2011 Jim Provenzano (P)2020 Jim Provenzano

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