(as of Sep 06,2020 12:31:31 UTC – Particulars)
"Unique, glowing vivid, and layered with feeling…"—Sally Thorne, writer of The Hating Sport
A romance author who now not believes in love and a literary author caught in a rut interact in a summer-long problem that will simply upend every thing they consider about fortunately ever afters.
Augustus Everett is an acclaimed writer of literary fiction. January Andrews writes bestselling romance. When she pens a fortunately ever after, he kills off his total solid.
They're polar opposites.
In actual fact, the one factor they’ve in widespread is that for the following three months, they're residing in neighboring seaside homes, broke, and slowed down with author's block.
Till, one hazy night, one factor results in one other they usually strike a deal designed to drive them out of their artistic ruts: Augustus will spend the summer season writing one thing joyful, and January will pen the following Nice American Novel. She'll take him on subject journeys worthy of any rom-com montage, and he'll take her to interview surviving members of a backwoods demise cult (clearly). Everybody will end a guide and nobody will fall in love. Actually.