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You, Again by Kate Goldbeck

As soon as I heard this book was a retelling of When Harry Met Sally I wanted it. Kate Goldbeck is a genius. I laughed. I cried. I fell in love with her characters and her descriptions of New York and the food. Ari is complicated, messy and utterly believable. Josh is so more than just your typical grumpy suitor. This story has nuts and a big fat beating heart and I will be reading it over and over.

(It's not out until September but I recommend pre ordering it)

From the back

Ari, a free-spirited struggling comedian, likes to keep things casual, and never sleeps over after hooking up. Josh, born-and-bred Manhattanite, has ambitious plans to take the culinary world by storm, to find The One and live happily-ever-after.

After a confrontational first meeting (at the apartment of the woman they are both sleeping with), Ari and Josh never expect their paths to cross again, but years later, as they're both reeling from ego-bruising breakups, a chance encounter leads to a surprising connection: friendship. Turns out, spending time with your former nemesis can be fun when you're both too sad and miserable to hate each other.

And as odd as it seems, they become friends-without-benefits, finding comfort in late night Netflix binges, swiping through each other's online dating profiles, and bickering endlessly on their phones across boroughs. It's better than romance. Until one night, the unspoken boundaries of their platonic relationship begin to blur...

With sharp observations and sizzling chemistry, YOU, AGAIN explores the dynamics of co-ed friendship in this sparkling romantic comedy of modern love in all its forms.


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