Luke Miller embraces being a golden boy. He’s not even ashamed to admit it. But when he goes home, all of that fades away.His mom doesn’t particularly care that he’s in the running to be captain of the basketball team as a junior, or that his girlfriend is freaking awesome, or even that he made honor roll the previous year. Well, almost made honor roll. He is determined to make sure none of that really matters, because the beginning of junior year is one step closer to being out of Gem City and on his own.Until maybe it isn’t. Luke learns that decisions are hard to make when they matter, and even harder when they affect the people he cares about. He longs for the days when a quippy remark and a charming smile could solve most of his problems, and has to decide who he can lean on as he is figuring out how to move forward. Readers who loved Luke in What Comes of Eating Doughnuts With a Boy Who Plays Guitar and fell in love with him in When the Time Comes to Light a Fire will not be disappointed to find themselves in his world. Sarcasm and tank tops included.