LTF: A satirical romance. Or romantic satire. I dunno.

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Marie Hhermann (the second H and the first N are silent) has everything and nothing. A successful romance novelist, she's stuck in a professional and personal rut: trapped in a publishing contract writing dreck, and in love with her (gay) best friend. She's long thought the only thing worse than writing clichés is living them, and she's tired of being a walking, talking caricature. When she meets Tony Freeman, a literary agent as sexy and smart as he is sarcastic, she has to wonder if she's met her match...and while she doesn't expect a man to solve her problems, she's starting to think some romance clichés aren't so bad...

From the darkly humorous imagination of NYT and USA Today best-selling author MaryJanice Davidson comes the re-release of a satirical novella full of her trademark humor, with a heroine determined to turn her life around (even if she has to take up smoking to do it) and a hero who wants her to be herself, whatever that will cost. Throw in a best friend who adores her (but not THAT way, unfortunately), editors as paranoid as they are medicated, movie trailers that elicit screams of horror, parents in denial, and the perils of taking up smoking in your late 20s, LTF is a story about making dreams come true, even if you have to track down those dreams and beat the crap out of them to do it.

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