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Book Lovers

by Emily Henry

Penguin

Nora is a cut-throat literary agent at the top of her game. Her whole life is books.

Charlie is an editor with a gift for creating bestsellers. And he’s Nora’s work nemesis.

Nora has been through enough break-ups to know she’s the woman men date before they find their happily-ever-after. That’s why Nora’s sister has persuaded her to swap her desk in the city for a month’s holiday in Sunshine Falls, North Carolina. It’s a small town straight out of a romance novel, but instead of meeting sexy lumberjacks, handsome doctors or cute bartenders, Nora keeps bumping into…Charlie.

You know when they say “it does what its says on the tin”?  Book Lovers is one of those – despite the fact that the cover illustrator couldn’t have read the book as neither character goes anywhere near a boat, but don’t mind me!  Its such a fun read.  Its a Netflix rom-com in book form about people in the book world.  “You’re in books!  Of course you don’t have a life.  None of us do.  There’s always something too good to read.”   Its also a tongue in cheek rip off of the usual “city boy leaves hotshot girlfriend for small-town girl who bakes apple pies for a living” trope!

Its sweet yet steamy, undemanding yet satisfying and it’s had really rave reviews!  Go on!!

Book Lovers is a rom-com lover’s dream of a book. It is razor-sharp and modern, featuring a fierce heroine who does not apologize for her ambition and heartfelt discussions of grief. Readers know that Emily Henry never fails to deliver great banter and a romance to swoon over but this may just be her best yet. A breath of fresh air. – Taylor Jenkins Reid, author of Daisy Jones and the Six

An insightful comedic meditation on love, family and going your own way – NPR

A thoroughly modern yet classic romance – Sunday Times

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