The Rom-Commers


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Featuring beautiful spray-painted edges with vibrant designed endpapers.

 

She's rewriting his love story. But can she rewrite her own?

 

Emma Wheeler desperately longs to be a screenwriter. She's spent her life studying, obsessing over, and writing romantic comedies--good ones! That win contests! But she's also been the sole caretaker for her kind-hearted dad, who needs full-time care. Now, when she gets a chance to re-write a script for famous screenwriter Charlie Yates--The Charlie Yates! Her personal writing god!--it's a break too big to pass up.

 

Emma's younger sister steps in for caretaking duties, and Emma moves to L.A. for six weeks for the writing gig of a lifetime. But what is it they say? Don't meet your heroes? Charlie Yates doesn't want to write with anyone--much less "a failed, nobody screenwriter." Worse, the romantic comedy he's written is so terrible it might actually bring on the apocalypse. Plus! He doesn't even care about the script--it's just a means to get a different one green-lit. Oh, and he thinks love is an emotional Ponzi scheme.

 

But Emma's not going down without a fight. She will stand up for herself, and for rom-coms, and for love itself. She will convince him that love stories matter--even if she has to kiss him senseless to do it. But . . . what if that kiss is accidentally amazing? What if real life turns out to be so much . . . more real than fiction? What if the love story they're writing breaks all Emma's rules--and comes true?

Author: Katherine Center
Binding Type: Hardcover
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Published: 06/11/2024
Pages: 336
Weight: 1lbs
Size: 9.25h x 6.12w x 1.00d
ISBN: 9781250283801

About the Author
KATHERINE CENTER is the New York Times bestselling author of many novels, including How to Walk Away, Things You Save in a Fire, and Hello Stranger. Katherine writes laugh-and-cry books about how life knocks us down--and how we get back up. The movie adaptation of Katherine's novel The Lost Husband hit #1 on Netflix, and Happiness for Beginners was made into a Netflix original movie starring Ellie Kemper. Katherine lives in her hometown of Houston, Texas, with her husband, two kids, and their fluffy-but-fierce dog.

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