I'd totally swipe right on Virtually Yours, a book with heart and humor featuring characters you'd want to know IRL. Sarvenaz Tash delivers a swoony story about first love, second chances, and finding out who you are and what you want to be. It's love at first read!
– Elizabeth Eulberg, author of Better Off Friends
Witty and insightful, Sarvenaz Tash's Virtually Yours is a delightful journey into the heart of love. A whimsical romance that is at once utterly contemporary and totally timeless, Tash masterfully intertwines the complexities of falling in love, owning your mistakes, and understanding who you really are.
– Samira Ahmed, New York Times Bestselling author of Love, Hate & Other Filters, and Internment
Virtually Yours is a book that delivers more than one happily ever after. It's about finding yourself before you can find the one, and I loved following Mariam's journey as she found both.
– Lauren Morrill, author of MEANT TO BE and BETTER THAN THE BEST PLAN
As funny as it is wise, Virtually Yours is a 21st century delight, taking rom-com tropes that date back to Shakespeare and making them feel fresh and newly relevant. Not only does Sarvenaz Tash nail the feeling of college freshman year—the thrill and discomfort of trying to hold onto who you once were even as you’re becoming someone new—she also brilliantly tackles the question of what makes a relationship real. I loved it. For real.
– Lance Rubin, Author of Denton Little’s Deathdate
Tash (The Geek's Guide to Unrequited Love, 2016, etc.) presents readers with a young woman navigating life's risks and rewards in a way that will resonate with many readers...A sincere story of self-discovery.
– Kirkus Reviews
[A] hilarious novel that readers will not want to put down. Through snarky, tongue-in-cheek dialogue and hysterical inner monologues, Tash creates characters who are charismatic and engaging. They guide readers on a roller-coaster ride through their discovery of just who is really right for each other. VERDICT Perfect for anyone who likes humor and romance.
– School Library Journal
The cultural aspects of Miriam’s Muslim roots are conveyed organically...As for [her] arc, her realization that she needs to change her handling of relationships as she figures out her values will resonate with older readers and challenge those who haven’t yet settled on who they want to be.