Carlisle Martin dreams of becoming a professional ballet dancer like her mother Isabel. She only gets to see her father Robert, and his brilliant but troubled partner James, for a few precious weeks a year when she visits their enchanted apartment in Greenwich Village. James educates her in all that he holds dear in life: literature, music, and most of all, dance. As the years go by, Carlisle is desperate to be asked to stay permanently, even as AIDS brings devastation to their community. Instead, a passionate love affair creates a rift between them, with devastating consequences that reverberate for decades to come. Nineteen years later, Carlisle receives a phone call which unravels the fateful events of her life . . . They're Going to Love You is a gripping and gorgeously written novel of heartbreaking intensity. With psychological precision and a masterfully revealed secret at its heart, it asks what it takes to be an artist, and the price of forgiveness, of ambition, and of love. 

Praise for Meg Howrey 'Phenomenal' Ruth Ozeki 'Elegant, thoughtful, gorgeously written' Charles Yu 'A brilliant writer' J. Ryan Stradal 'Finely tuned and funny' Jonathan Lee 'Thought-provoking and entertaining' Publishers Weekly 'Breathtakingly honest and incredibly beautiful' Newsweek 'The literary sensitivity of Ann Patchett' Booklist