An inspiring, uplifting and sympathetic story about sexuality and
self-acceptance, Lucy Sutcliffe's debut memoir is a personal and
moving coming out story. In 2010, at seventeen, Lucy Sutcliffe
began an online friendship with Kaelyn, a young veterinary student
from Michigan. Within months, they began a long distance
relationship, finally meeting in the summer of 2011. Lucy's video
montage of their first week spent together in Saint Kitts, which
she posted to the couple's YouTube channel, was the first in a
series of films documenting their long-distance relationship.
Funny, tender and candid, the films attracted them a vast online
following. Now, for the first time, Lucy's writing about the
incredible personal journey she's been on; from never quite wanting
the fairy-tale of Prince Charming to realising she was gay at the
age of 14, through three years of self-denial to finally coming out
to friends and family, to meeting her American girlfriend Kaelyn.