After years hooked on that imbecile Rafa, Ada manages to leave him and... runs into Gonzalo. It seems like fate is smiling on her: Rafa was a selfish, overbearing parasite, and Gonzalo, her teenage flame, was the very opposite: kind, understanding, full of love. He’s the perfect man for Ada.
The problem is that Ada... Well, Ada has spent so long talking in the first person plural that she has forgotten that she even exists in the singular. The breakup with Rafa was the first spark in a very special love story: between Ada and herself. But what about Gonzalo? Can you say “us” in singular? Is it possible to be you and start to be me while we are us?
With her crazy but faithful friends, her family, and above all, Gonzalo, Ada will try to face her failures and overcome her fears. And she will discover that in life, you can be lots of things, and there are wonderful people to accompany you.
Is it possible to be you and start to be me while we are us?
With fresh, humorous language, Paula Miñana gives us a story full of hilarious situations and endearing characters who––despite or because of their defects––manage to find their way into our hearts.