Compose, by Lily Kay

As a Korean adoptee, Louise Tanner has always felt like an outsider looking in. And the possibility of forming a romantic attachment is so laughable, she’s practically resigned herself to singlehood for the rest of her college days. She knows she needs to get over her fears, but she has to do it in a controlled fashion and under her own terms.

That means: Most definitely not Gavin. Not the hunky grad student that everyone idolizes.

Because she’s spent her entire life having people think she’s not good enough, the last thing she wants is to hook up with a guy who makes her feel even more inadequate.

But when she’s required to attend his tutoring sessions in order to pass her music major, Louise realizes there’s more to Gavin—and to her—than she’s ever dreamed.