Cover Reveal: It’s All In How You Fall by Sarah Henning
Sarah Henning is back with another sports romance, baby! And thank goodness, because Throw Like a Girl left me wanting more, more, more! Well, now we have a new couple and new sports and I am already squealing! When a champion gymnast suffers a career-ending fall, she decides it’s time to find a new sport. Enter an incredibly cute three-sport athlete who needs dating advice… let’s just say, it’s a match made on the balance beam! Off the balance beam? On the field? Okay, so my puns aren’t working, but this cover totally does!
A contemporary young adult romance about moving on, finding your place, and recovering after life falls apart.
Gymnast Caroline Kepler has three state balance beam titles, a new trick even most elites can’t do—and chronic, undeniable back pain. While she might never be an Olympian, she has dreams of leveling up to elite, making Nationals, and competing in college. But when one epic face-plant changes all that and Caroline’s back pain goes from chronic to career-ending, her dreams are shattered and her life is flipped upside down.
Enter Alex Zavala, a three-sport athlete who’s both incredibly cute and incredibly off-limits. He offers to give Caroline a crash course in all the sports she’s missed, and she has an offer for him in return: For every sport Alex teaches her, she’ll play matchmaker for him. Deal done, Caroline “dates” new sports with Alex for the rest of the summer, which is loads more fun than wallowing in despair. Just as Caroline starts to see herself as more than her past athletic successes, she picks up something she didn’t bargain for: a big fat crush on Alex.
Turns out life was way easier when it was just layout-fulls and beam burns....
About the Author
Sarah Henning is a former sports journalist who has worked for The Palm Beach Post, Kansas City Star, and Associated Press, among others. When not writing, she runs ultramarathons, hits the playground with her two kids, and hangs out with her husband. Sarah lives in Lawrence, Kansas, hometown of Langston Hughes, William S. Burroughs, and a really good basketball team. She is the author of Sea Witch, The Princess Will Save You, and Throw Like a Girl, and invites you to visit her online at sarahhenningwrites.com.