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A Novel

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Pub Date Aug 06 2024 | Archive Date Aug 20 2024

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Description

In this lighthearted romp through New York City, two clashing authors must blend their differences to prove every story is worth telling and that some genres—like people—work better together.

Siobhan Harris doesn’t think of her minimum-wage life in Manhattan as aspirational, but when her debut novel is published, she becomes an instant bestseller and a romance sensation. With fame comes foes, however, and Siobhan finds herself embroiled in a Twitter feud that’s about to change the course of her career just as it’s beginning.

An established crime novelist, Marcel Black is savvy in the ways of the publishing world but less than an expert on the merits of romance. So when his opinions are publicly challenged by the fresh-faced Siobhan, Marcel doubles down until their heated back-and-forth ends with an influencer’s challenge: to put their genres’ compatibility to the test, Siobhan and Marcel should write a book together.

To leave their mark, this unlikely pair will have to contend with differences in taste, style, and experience…and the building tension between them that’s looking a lot less like enemies’ contention and a lot more like a love connection.

In this lighthearted romp through New York City, two clashing authors must blend their differences to prove every story is worth telling and that some genres—like people—work better together.

Siobhan...


A Note From the Publisher

Carmen Sereno was born in Barcelona in 1982, where she still lives. She studied journalism at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona and has worked as a writer for several media and corporate communication offices. In 2018, she won the first CHIC Romance Novel Prize with Maldito síndrome de Estocolmo, her literary debut and first part of a duology completed with Azul Estocolmo. She is also the author of Nadie muere en Wellington and Bajo el cielo de Berlín. Today she is exclusively dedicated to her literary career. She reads all genres, but romance is the one she enjoys most.

Carmen Sereno was born in Barcelona in 1982, where she still lives. She studied journalism at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona and has worked as a writer for several media and corporate...


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ISBN 9781662516597
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PAGES 381

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