+48 795 207 825

|

info@americanbookstore.pl

|

The Catch: The next grumpy sunshine, enemies-to-lovers rom com from romance sensation Amy Lea – Amy Lea

Tytuł:

The Catch: The next grumpy sunshine, enemies-to-lovers rom com from romance sensation Amy Lea

Autor:

Amy Lea

Wydawnictwo:

Penguin

Rok wydania:

2024

Okładka:

miękka

ISBN:

9780241997567

Ilość sztuk w magazynie: 2 |

Wysyłamy w 24h |

49,00 

2 w magazynie

SKU: 9780241997567 Kategorie: , ,

Opis

'[Amy is] always brilliant’ Ali Hazelwood
’If The Proposal and While You Were Sleeping had a baby’ Sarah Adams
’I can’t wait for readers to devour it’ B.K. Borison

—-

In a last ditch attempt to rescue her brand from the brink of irrelevance, fashion influencer Melanie Karlsen finds herself in a rural fishing village on the east coast of Canada. The only thing scarier than nature itself? Burly fisherman Evan Whaler – who single-handedly disproves the theory that canadians are 'nice’.

After a boating incident lands Evan in the hospital, Mel is mistaken for his fiancee by his welcoming yet quirky family. And, in exchange for Evan’s help with her social media content, Mel agrees to fake their engagement for just. one. week.

But reeling in their budding feelings for each other proves more difficult than expected.

Is Mel willing to sacrifice her picture-perfect life in the city for a chance at true love in the wild?

—–

Praise for Amy’s other swoon-worthy rom-coms…

’Sparkles with Amy’s signature sweetness and steam’ Carley Fortune, Every Summer After
’An outright, unmitigated delight’ Christina Lauren, The Unhoneymooners
’Every rom-com reader’s dream’ Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka, The Roughest Draft
’The tension is chef’s kiss!’ Sarah Adams, When in Rome
’A perfect mix of relatable characters, hilarious banter and steam’ Lily Chu, The Stand-In

Informacje dodatkowe

Tytuł:

The Catch: The next grumpy sunshine, enemies-to-lovers rom com from romance sensation Amy Lea

Autor:

Amy Lea

Wydawnictwo:

Penguin

Rok wydania:

2024

Okładka:

miękka

ISBN:

9780241997567