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Build Your Own Romantic Comedy - Pick Your Plot Meet Your Man and Direct Your Happily Ever After - cover

Build Your Own Romantic Comedy - Pick Your Plot Meet Your Man and Direct Your Happily Ever After

Lana Schwartz

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

“A rollicking, meta, Choose Your Own Adventure novel for adults whose notions of romance are skewed and cracked from a lifelong diet of Meg Ryan movies.” —Vulture 
 
Get ready to relax with your favorite romantic comedy of all time—the one you create! Instead of turning on the latest cheesy rom-com for a simple, mood-boosting love story, put yourself in the director’s chair with Build Your Own Romantic Comedy. 
 
First, open the book and pick your heroine. Will she be a high-powered business lady with no time for love? Or a quirky bakery owner? Just make your choice and read how the magic unfolds. When it’s time to meet your man, do you prefer a hunky prince, a hunky executive, or a hunky nemesis? Each choice will take you down a totally different path that all somehow end up making a charmingly predictable romance. 
 
Choice by hilarious choice, you’ll pick from classic rom-com elements like:Sassy best friendsRomantic date montagesA makeover, obviouslyDramatic but easily solved misunderstandings 
 
Make your way closer and closer to the big payoff—the picture-perfect, most romantic final kiss ever. 
 
And when you’ve savored that last bit of fun, romantic goodness, don’t be glum. Turn back to page one and start a new love story. With over 100 possible stories, the happily-ever-afters never have to stop.
Available since: 03/17/2020.
Print length: 139 pages.

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