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forreviews, please visit Her Book Thoughts You re worth it And I m not just going to quietly let you go I m fighting for this one If you want a romance book that would fit to any young adult reader and above, this one is for you Level Up is the definition of Romantic Comedy Cathy Yardley just mixed the right ingredients to make a RomCom that stays away from cliche but stays close to absolutely readable I m so lucky that I get to review because as I m writ forreviews, please visit Her Book Thoughts You re worth it And I m not just going to quietly let you go I m fighting for this one If you want a romance book that would fit to any young adult reader and above, this one is for you Level Up is the definition of Romantic Comedy Cathy Yardley just mixed the right ingredients to make a RomCom that stays away from cliche but stays close to absolutely readable I m so lucky that I get to review because as I m writing this down, I have nothing but smiles, feels and swoons.This is my first from Cathy Yardley and if this is how she works with every single one of her books then I ll confidently say that I will love it as well If you think about it, the plot of Level Up is not at all new A guy and a girl roommates, something really is bound to happen But Yardley made the typical plot line exciting and refreshing with her quirky and real characters, witty dialogues and realistic turn out of the story First of all, the interracial couple is what drawn me in to this book Although it wasn t such a big deal in the book, I feel like I haven t read enough stories with interracial couples It was such a huge reason why I adore this book so much.Second is the undeniable chemistry of our main characters, Tessa and Adam Tessa is the kind of heroine that every reader will like Yes, I just said that I mean, HOW CAN YOU NOT LIKE A HEROINE WHO LIKES SHERLOCK, HARRY POTTER AND DOCTOR WHO It is not possible I was rooting for her throughout the whole story She just don t have fandoms, she s a feminist too Yep You read that right In her field where men are dominating, all she wants is to be recognized, respected and to reach her personal goal I don t want to say anything any because it might be a spoiler but the way she did all that was with flying colors Adam in the other hand, was endearing A total alpha guy but adorable too I always thought that if an author can write a hero like that, I will be happy and impressed Cathy Yardley nailed it Adam is that love interest who deserves all the swoon Now the two of them together You get a hilarious and sweet geeky story.The romance was just the right amount Not too much that the reader will find it cheesy and unrealistic but just enough to say that everything is genuine You really won t help but ask forwhen you turn the last page.You don t want to miss Level Up by Cathy Yardley It s hilarious It s real It s a love story that melt hearts The memorable characters will climb inside your heart while you re caught by Yardley s smooth and terrific writing I highly encourage you to read this RomCom page turner, that way you can fangirl with me and we get to ask for a second book Trust me, you ll want it A delightful darling of a tale Level Up is both a light and sweet roommates to friends to lovers romance and a girl, keep on kicking butt and taking names affirmation.The following goodies are in store for you All hail STEM heroines As a gal who has always, well, sucked at math, I can t emphasize enough my admiration of women thriving in their respective STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields Tessa, a coder and aspiring video game engineer, is dedicated and ambitio A delightful darling of a tale Level Up is both a light and sweet roommates to friends to lovers romance and a girl, keep on kicking butt and taking names affirmation.The following goodies are in store for you All hail STEM heroines As a gal who has always, well, sucked at math, I can t emphasize enough my admiration of women thriving in their respective STEM Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields Tessa, a coder and aspiring video game engineer, is dedicated and ambitious but frustrated with the sexism that plagues the industry Her introverted nature is something of a hindrance in moving forward Bolstered by the support of friends and Adam, she learns to assert and believe in herself Consent is sexy The evolution of Tessa and Adam s relationship is sweet and steady They live and work together, but they don t know each other not really And it was a treat to experience them getting to know each other, to see their friendship gradually catch fire While they weren t lacking in insecurities and reservations, they generally communicated well, supported each other, and enjoyed each other And ALL the props for Adam repeatedly seeking affirmative consent Diversity Tessa and several of her co workers are POC I ll scream until I m blue in the face diversity enhances stories Diversity enhances our world My world is full of color, and I expect the same in my books.Within Tessa s friendships and working relationships, there is much geeky goodness to be found But even if you re not into any particular fandoms, it s easy enough to follow along There were some moments that read as over the top or obnoxious, but they were few and far between.I enjoyed Level Up up and down I highly recommend this funny AND fun story Unapologetic Romance Readers New Year 2018 Reading Challenge STEM Heroine Romance Read for SBTB January March 2018 Quarterly Challenge a book with a character who works in a STEM field. Oh, and Tessa Ani smirked I love that you combed your hair, but couldn t bother to put on a shirt Then she hung up.Tessa covered her bare breasts Damn it, she said I thought the camera was angled up higher This story was such a pleasant surprise and just what I needed to help me emerge from my 2017 reading slump With some notable exceptions, I have been having a hard time getting into new stories this year and seem to find comfort in re reading some of my past favourites Not s Oh, and Tessa Ani smirked I love that you combed your hair, but couldn t bother to put on a shirt Then she hung up.Tessa covered her bare breasts Damn it, she said I thought the camera was angled up higher This story was such a pleasant surprise and just what I needed to help me emerge from my 2017 reading slump With some notable exceptions, I have been having a hard time getting into new stories this year and seem to find comfort in re reading some of my past favourites Not so with this book Cathy Yardley s Level Up was a sweet, heartwarming and funny story about two roommates, Tessa and Adam and their unlikely pairing I would almost classify it as chic lit, except for the fact that so much of the third person narrator was focused on Adam s point of view.Adam liked Tessa as a roommate She was quiet, paid her rent on time and did her share of things around the house But he didn t really know her, through no fault of his own, despite the two also working together.Tessa, a painfully shy introvert, had been obsessed with progressing in her career at Mysterious Pickles Games Along the way, she hadn t bothered to make any friends or form relationships.Add a bet to get a girlfriend and a girl looking for a promotion into the mix and it made for a very entertaining read Tessa, once she came out of her shell, was a real spitfire I loved how caring and giving she was to her newfound band of of friends Each of them brought their own brand of intrigue to the story It left me wanting to knowabout their stories She nudged away No, I ve never seen Entourage, she said Call me bitch again, and I ll kick your ass between your ears See Emphatic I ll bet you would, too, he said, and his voice had admiration as well as humor Adam was all around swoon worthy A hot package wrapped up in a sensitive geek, I loved everything about him Despite both his and Tessa s brains telling them all the reasons not to pursue a relationship, every time they came near one another, they couldn t keep their lips apart What the hell is this guy supposed to be He gave her the perfect look of derision, then walked up to Tessa Then, the most amazing thing happened.He stopped, then did the most perfect Sherlock hair ruffle she d ever seen Then he reached out, framed her face, and laid the most breathtaking kiss she d ever experienced on her Adam and Tessa s co workers at Mysterious Pickles Games were hilarious during Tessa s quest to get their buy in to help her friends while also trying to get a promotion in their department What s that all about he asked Jos Don t know, Jos said Maybe it s the Sailor Moon outfit I hope not, a deep voice rumbled Or else I m screwed, as well The guys looked over, and for the second time that morning, Adam was stunned speechless Loved this and can t wait to read the follow up stories 3.5 Stars This was cute My first read by this author and a good introduction I definitely plan on checking out the rest of this series andof her books.Here you get a slow burn between roommates close working conditions closer conditions when a storm rolls in and they have to huddle for warmthI really liked Adam and Tessa The evolution of their relationship felt natural and honest Throw in a bunch of gamer and fandom friends and this was a nerdfest that made me smile from start 3.5 Stars This was cute My first read by this author and a good introduction I definitely plan on checking out the rest of this series andof her books.Here you get a slow burn between roommates close working conditions closer conditions when a storm rolls in and they have to huddle for warmthI really liked Adam and Tessa The evolution of their relationship felt natural and honest Throw in a bunch of gamer and fandom friends and this was a nerdfest that made me smile from start to finish However, one downer for me was the editing This could have definitely used onepass Before Reading WHERE THE HELL HAS THIS SERIES BEEN ALL MY LIFE CLICK CLICK CLICK Book 1 Level Up Roommates Friends to lovers with a video game engineer heroineBook 2 One True Pairing Opposites attract fake relationship hollywood heartthrob gothabilly bookworm Book 3 Game of Hearts Geeky brother s best friend with plus sized cosplaying mechanic heroine Geeky introvert Tessa Rodriguez will do whatever it takes to get promoted to video game engineer including create a fandom based video game in just three weeks The only problem is, she can t do it alone Now, she needs to strong arm, cajole, and otherwise socialize with her video game coworkers, especially her roommate, Adam, who s always been strictly business with her The they work together, though, the closer they get Adam London has always thought of his roomie Tessa as one of the guys until he agreed to help her with this crazy project Now, he s thinking of her all the time and certainly as something than just a roommate But his last girlfriend broke up with him to follow her ambitions, and he knows that Tessa is obsessed with getting ahead in the video game world Going from friends to something is one hell of a challenge Can Tessa and Adam level up their relationship to love ➠ [Epub] ➚ Longbow Girl By Linda Davies ➪ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk she can t do it alone Now [Read] ➲ On His Naughty List By Jessica Jarman – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk she needs to strong arm ➭ Fire Colour One Read ➵ Author Jenny Valentine – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk cajole [PDF / Epub] ❤ Invisible Wounds ✅ Kay Douglas – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and otherwise socialize with her video game coworkers [KINDLE] ❆ A City Possessed By Lynley Hood – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk especially her roommate [Download] ✤ Her Husbands Mistake Author Sheila O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Adam ➵ Mr Dove Über Den Wassern Read ➼ Author Maurice Shadbolt – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk who s always been strictly business with her The they work together ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Squirmy Wormy ✐ Author Lynda Farrington Wilson – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk though [Reading] ➿ Honeymoon By Sacha J. Witt – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk the closer they get Adam London has always thought of his roomie Tessa as one of the guys until he agreed to help her with this crazy project Now [Read] ➵ Puck You Author Peyton Novak – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk he s thinking of her all the time and certainly as something than just a roommate But his last girlfriend broke up with him to follow her ambitions ❮KINDLE❯ ❄ Mountain Moonlight ❁ Author Jane Anderson – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and he knows that Tessa is obsessed with getting ahead in the video game world Going from friends to something is one hell of a challenge Can Tessa and Adam level up their relationship to love OMG Darling This book was darlingWelcome to my world I live with coders, designers, gamers, and so on And I loved reading about my world This book was a super quick read, had some great one liners and was just a ton of fun I adored Tessa, the heroine She s smart She s confident She wore a Sailor Moon costume To work no less I need to try that Course, I am to old for that and would probably scare the boys around here, but I bet I would also get their attention When she decides she wan OMG Darling This book was darlingWelcome to my world I live with coders, designers, gamers, and so on And I loved reading about my world This book was a super quick read, had some great one liners and was just a ton of fun I adored Tessa, the heroine She s smart She s confident She wore a Sailor Moon costume To work no less I need to try that Course, I am to old for that and would probably scare the boys around here, but I bet I would also get their attention When she decides she wants Adam, she launches herself Just straight up, no messing around, launch You go girl Adam is sweet He s caring He s a little geeky And he does production schedules I do production schedules I love him for that He gets called out for some sexist crap and he owns up to it You go boy This was realistic, nice, clean fun And you know what, I will totally read the other books coming up in the series I loved all the characters and can t wait to meet them in their own right Even Abraham the jerk programmer Get this book It s free right now Go So I guess you re the one using sex to sell, now She blushed, her cheeks going a deep dusty rose Sailor Moon isn t sexy Are you kidding Adam laughed That short skirt Long hair The boots with heels Totally sexy If you ve ever been into fandoms, I m pretty sure this book will be relatable It s such a fun, geeky book, with mentions of plenty of tv shows, games and anime And though these characters are into geeky things like fangirling over tv shows, mentioning conventions and cos So I guess you re the one using sex to sell, now She blushed, her cheeks going a deep dusty rose Sailor Moon isn t sexy Are you kidding Adam laughed That short skirt Long hair The boots with heels Totally sexy If you ve ever been into fandoms, I m pretty sure this book will be relatable It s such a fun, geeky book, with mentions of plenty of tv shows, games and anime And though these characters are into geeky things like fangirling over tv shows, mentioning conventions and cosplay, and even playing Quidditch Pong , they re far from being the stereotypical geeky losers we see so often Like seriouslyone guy, Abraham, is even a kinda beefy, ex army computer genius view spoiler who s forced to cosplay as some bargain brand version of Sailor Uranus later on because he loses a code off against the female lead hide spoiler He was a jerk through the book so I was satisfied with this For anyone even remotely interested in reading this book, I encourage you to go download it from Smashwords because it s free over there I don t know how long it ll remain free, but I encourage on getting it now and thinking later if you want to read it or not And hey, you ve got absolutely nothing to lose even if you end up finding it s either not to your liking or just straight up hating it.The very first thing that I loved about this book was the author s approach to diversity The main character, Tessa Rodriguez, is Latina And then there s her bff Aniya Choudry, who s of Indian descent The author is able to convey their backgrounds simply through their names She doesn t do what is typical in some books that feature POC characters, which is having them spout random words in their native tongue and to people who don t speak that language Seriously, how many times have you seen the stereotypical Latinx character tossing out random Spanish words Yardley doesn t do that here.She also didn t treat Tessa or Ani as anything other than regular Americans rather than some ethnic stereotypes Ani isn t portrayed as some shy going on 30 virgin Nope She complains to Tessa about not having been laid recently She makes sexual jokes with Tessa becausewhy the hell not That s what you do with you bff And Tessa even says that Ani sent her a stripper as a birthday present two years ago I loved how normal for lack of a better word the POC characters were portrayed as opposed to always having to be different from their non POC counterparts.And I also liked that Tessa and Ani actually had speaking roles I ve gotten tired of diversity being doled out in largely silent or minimal one to two lines speaking roles I feel like authors throw them in to seem like they re super inclusive and all about diversitybut when it comes down to it Their main characters are generally all non POC The side characters who have actual speaking roles are all non POC Like, thanks for the diversity but you can do better I know it can be done because the world doesn t look anything like it s being portrayed in books, especially when the author chooses their setting to be a large, multicultural city.The other thing I really liked was the author approaching other serious issues Because Tessa works in the gaming industry, her experiences with sexism are mentioned a few times, going as far back as interviewing at a bunch of places before finally getting a job And even then, she s super overqualified for the job she s doing.Tess sighed Right now, I m just a glorified sound technician What I want to do is be a game engineer somebody who works on the architecture Somebody who actually builds the code, not just somebody who adds sound effects So what s stopping you Well, it s not my skills, that s for damned sure, Tess said, trying not to sound as bitter as she felt The engineering group is small, a total clique Probably male dominated, too, am I right Ani asked, her voice tight Trust me I ve faced that Definitely, Tessa said, feeling despondent There s a boys club going on Tessa and Ani have both experienced sexism in their respective fields and acknowledge it The author could ve chosen to ignore this and act like it wasn t a real issue unlike some author s special snowflake characters who never encounter any prejudice or discriminate ever , but she didn t She decided to mention it, even having Tessa bring up the racist aspect of it later And I m not just making it in because of quotas plenty of people accused me of that They said I got my job was because I was Latina, or because I was female I absolutely adored Tessa She has some great friendships with other women, including her best friend Ani and a fangirl group that befriends her She was a fun character to read about And hell no, she doesn t need some guy coming in and saving the day for her She s fine sticking up for herself, even when a guy is ready to do it for her You couldn t even handle a man like me, Harold spat out Please The only sizeable thing on you is your inferiority complex, she shot back So why don t you use that needle dick of yours as a compass, and find the door He took an angry step forward, looking ready to lunge Adam stood up, hands fisted, but Tessa moved faster You want to try something she said, standing next to Adam , chin up She also stands up for herself against a big bad bully at a later point She tells Adam to back off when he tries to stand up for her because she wants to handle it herself Another aspect of the novel that I loved was the author s acknowledgement of consent There s a point where Tessa surprise kisses Adam Later on, she apologizes for it I was with Adam here, thinking it was silly at first that she was apologizing for something so small But, when I really thought about it, I was glad that she did The only reason why I was ok with what she did was because I m able to read Adam s thoughts and know of his interest in her If he hadn t been interested Yeah, then it would ve been a problem.There s even a part later on in which Tessa is drunk view spoiler She wants to take it further with Adam, saying that she s not that drunk, but he stops things because she he knows that she is He simply tucks her in an calls it a night hide spoiler I absolutely loved that it was in there because I ve read faaar too many damn books in which drunk sex is written as being super fine Drunk consent is not consent, no matter how much someone tries to convince you that it is.Tessa and Adam s relationship was pretty cute They re pretty close in age her 25 to his 27 , and they ve been roomies for about a year and haven t really thought of one another as anythingAdam s friends think he s still hung up on his ex, Casey, but he claims he just hasn t bothered to try and date because he s busy and he hasn t been with anyone in the year since their break up Tess s last relationship was a few years back and hasn t slept with anyone in three years Other than that, there s absolutely no mention of sexual past for either of them There are no scenes with OM OW, no mention of anything sexual to do with an exjust nothing It s only mentioned that they haven t had sex in x number of year s and that they ve been in relationships And although they ve been pretty platonic roomies for the last year, there s just something that sparks between them He notices that she smells like roses and almonds, but he s sure to mention that it s probably body wash because he s pretty sure she isn t the perfume wearing type They both try and deny the attraction at first, but it just grows and grows It was fun to watch them in completely denial for a time, excusing this sudden attraction their dry spells or proximity or just anything except what it is.Although I thought Adam was pretty beta, so if Alpha s areyour thing, he may not appeal But, he does have a possessive streak So you don t mind if I He made a vague, incomprehensible gesture If you what You know Ask her out Adam s eyes widened Why should he mind Of course he didn t mind I ll break your fucking arm, he said instead, casually, then blinked at himself.Jos sighed Damn it I figured Well, maybe you ll screw it up, he said jovially, then punched Adam on the arm See you tomorrow, man Violent, sure, but I ll take this over those Hs who tell some OM it s fine if they ask the h out when refusing to acknowledge their own feelings.Adam s relationship status plays into the story quite a bit He s definitely not a manwhore His friends even note they all know he s Mr Relationship that he s not the dating, hit it and quit it type, butso the one girl flowers and candy type He bets his friends that he can get a date no problem before a certain deadline.Because of this, there s a point in which he s asking out the secretary that works at their gaming company, Stacey I thought I might be bothered by this but view spoiler I just found it hilarious because his attempt at asking a woman out on a date is such an epic failure He crashes and burns monumentally, floundering until Tessa has to come save his ass from complete humiliation And then the secretary, Stacey, turns around and ends up befriending Tessa hide spoiler The other mention of another woman is Adam s ex, Casey She broke up with him the previous year just after Christmas view spoiler They d been in a five year long relationship, even living together for that final year He was even prepared to propose to her before she dumped him in order to move elsewhere to further her career He said he tried to call her afterwards, but she was having none of it He even has some of her things strewn about his place, but they re not really pictures or anything He notes that they random things like a mask, a vase, etc , and he just never really paid attention to them After his friends rag him, he ends up cleaning it up which he d meant to do before but forgot and shipping it off to her hide spoiler I totally didn t mind this because I can see how a long term relationship, especially in a co habitation situation, can t be easy to pick apart And it s only been a year since then.And even though this stuff is mentioned, he never actually moons over Casey In fact, he usually recalls her in a negative manner not misogynistic He remembers how different they were that she was generally a wet blanket and was disapproving of his gaming habits and buddies And then, by contrast, he sees how muchcompatible he and Tessa are how muchthey have in common.Casey also remains as a present aspect of the story view spoiler She drunk dials him up on New Year s crying and wanting to get back together He doesn t even want to pick up at first but only does so upon Tessa s insistence And even then, he hangs up pretty quickly and goes to talk to Tessa Later in the story, Casey calls him again, but he spends the phone call instant messaging Tessa And much later in the story, Casey says she ll be by in Seattle and wants to see him At first he doesn t want to do it, but eventually agrees to it because he wants to try and get some promo going for the bookstore that belongs to Tessa s new fangirl friends because Casey is a journalist pr person and would know He s completely honest with Tessa about this, so I didn t find a problem with it And during that dinner with Casey He s thinking about Tessa the entire time hide spoiler The only negative I have for the book is that I felt the novel was wrapped up too quickly and felt rushed by the end there were a bunch of things left out, imo view spoiler We get partway through the story and only realize then that Tessa has a bunch of siblings, with their mention being limited to one or two times I don t even remember if Adam has siblings, but his ex, Casey, is mentioned quite a bit and is part of the story And while his ex and their issues and break up are mentioned, Tessa s past is only mentioned once I was waiting for the author to reveal the deal with her ex and why he left such a mark on her, but it never comes up again after the beginning And I wantedwith Tess and Ani They were the best And what about Adam s bet and how he lost it It s never mentioned again What about the bookstore women I assume they re going to get their own books, but I would ve preferred somethingabout them before this book closed And then Casey, his ex When she drunk dials him, she says I love you and he responds by habit which I totally understand, tbh, because they d been in a long term relationship , and Tessa overhears She overhears but later she kisses him anyway and it s never brought up again What was the point of the ILY if it s just going to be forgotten so quickly And there s also no epilogue hide spoiler If the book had been lengthened, I hope the author addsstuff like this to it And although this book isn t a novella being nearly 10k words over the average novella max , it s still on the shorter side of things when it comes to novels.If this book wereserious, I probably would have rated it a little lower As it is, I thought it was just super fun and I loved a lot of the things the author made sure to mention It was just a funny book to read, making for a rather enjoyable experience This wasn t a bad book, per se, but it had a lot of weird moments.The Good I really liked Tessa a lot, she s an introvert who s working on getter better in social situations but she also is really ambitious about where she wants to be in her career, especially as a woman working in a heavily male dominated field I love that she succeeds and is recognized for her abilities I liked that the relationship was one of friendship and mutual respect that evolves nicely into romance.The Bad I was This wasn t a bad book, per se, but it had a lot of weird moments.The Good I really liked Tessa a lot, she s an introvert who s working on getter better in social situations but she also is really ambitious about where she wants to be in her career, especially as a woman working in a heavily male dominated field I love that she succeeds and is recognized for her abilities I liked that the relationship was one of friendship and mutual respect that evolves nicely into romance.The Bad I was kind of weirded by Adam s hang up over having a relationship with a woman who is very career conscious Which is to say, maybe grow up instead of trying to find a woman who solely exists to fulfill your needs He gets better but yeah The impetus for the couple s first kiss was just so ridiculously contrived that I had to stop reading out of bafflement The constant reference to popular internet fandoms and weird ass representation of white fandom culture that weirded me out so much The main character even refers to herself as a Superwholock in a professional setting, you guys It was very sounds fake, but ok I think the book fared better when it was talking about the fake show Mystics than when it was talking about real shows fandoms that will terribly date this book in the future Half the time, I was just like Dear God, Tessa, get better taste lol There s a sweeping romantic moment in the book that references Benedict Cumberbatch in his role as Sherlock Holmes and, frankly, that is the last thing to engender romantic feelings, I m sorry I actually had to look up the most perfect Sherlock hair ruffle because I had no clue what it meant and those are five horrifying seconds that I will never get back This was a fun, quick, light read It was just what I needed after reading some darker books recently Adam is so cute I loved him And Tessa was great too I really liked the gaming cosplaying coding scene It was very entertaining Overall a great read, with endearing characters and a sweet, sexy love story My favorite scene from the whole book, thanks to Adam He stopped, then did the most perfect Sherlock hair ruffle she d ever seen Then he reached out, framed her face, and laid the most This was a fun, quick, light read It was just what I needed after reading some darker books recently Adam is so cute I loved him And Tessa was great too I really liked the gaming cosplaying coding scene It was very entertaining Overall a great read, with endearing characters and a sweet, sexy love story My favorite scene from the whole book, thanks to Adam He stopped, then did the most perfect Sherlock hair ruffle she d ever seen Then he reached out, framed her face, and laid the most breathtaking kiss she d ever experienced on her Swoon Update 8 10 17It s so unmemorable, I literally don t even remember what it s about any And it s only been a month Sooo.I think it s time to downgrade.1.5 stars 2 starsWhen I got to the 85% mark, I realized that I had read this book before Talk about unmemorable Geeky fandom contemporaries are my frakking kryptonite Allonsy Level Up


About the Author: Cathy Yardley

Cathy Yardley is an award winning author of romance, chick lit, and urban fantasy, who has sold over 1.2 million copies of books for publishers like St Martin s, Avon, and Harlequin She writes fun, geeky, and diverse characters who believe that underdogs can make good and that sometimes being a little wrong is just right.


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