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How 20-Somethings Find Love in New York:
1. Meet for tapas.
2. Pretend you care more about his day than your career circling the drain.
3. Stumble to your place. Kick him out before he trips on dirty laundry. (Literal or figurative.)
It’s easy. That’s how I like it.
Before you crown me the least romantic person in Manhattan, meet my competition.
Dr. Wesley Robinson.
Keen blue eyes and fell-out-of-bed hair. Unhealthy obsession with 80s movies. Dryer than a gin martini. Drive that makes Tony Robbins look like a slacker.
Yep. The hot genius I’m helping sell his DNA dating app has a plan:
Scale the highest peak of Mount Nerd. Then ride off with his genetic Cinderella.
I shouldn't fall for him.
Even if Wes kisses like there’s something dirty under that pressed shirt.
Even if he opens me up like no man has.
Even if guarding my heart’s getting harder each day.
Because New York isn’t Wes’s mountain. I’m not his princess.
And nothing this easy can last.
From USA Today bestselling author Piper Lawson comes a slow-burn, opposites-attract romance about a hot nerd falling for the girl he could never have - with a little help from science!
A Note From the Publisher
“No one writes ‘smart’ romance like Piper Lawson! A wonderfully authentic story that grabs a hold of you from the very beginning and keeps you intrigued until the end.“ -Dawn
“A contemporary romance both cute and nostalgic. Grab a cold drink and a comfortable seat because you'll be reading for a while.” -BP
“A fun, sweet, uncoordinated and sexy story. I adored Wes Robinson. You’ll love this journey of worlds apart…. I can’t wait to reread.” -Debbie
"Intelligently written, funny, sweet, quirky, heartfelt and romantic. Wes is a dream." -Cat
"A romantic, fast-paced, light-hearted and funny book about the complexities of love in the modern age." -Jeeves
“The slow burn is to die for!” -Laurie
"Piper Lawson writes characters you're either instantly smitten with or wishing were your BFF... I was crushing on Wes from the start." -Silvia