She's her own worst enemy. So why does she fancy people who look like her?
In the new fun, fresh and laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Lily Lindon, opposites really don't attract.
Overthinker and recent drama-school graduate Emmy Clooney (no relation) will do anything to be a successful actor, even if it means getting typecast in the tiny roles available to a 'mid-twenties short-haired lesbian'.
But in the audition room for her big break, Emmy meets a new rising star, Mae Smith-Jones – unfortunately, another mid-twenties short-haired lesbian. As Mae is exactly Emmy's casting type, she is her worst enemy. But as Mae is effortlessly charismatic, talented, and insanely hot in costume, she is also exactly Emmy's romantic type...
When their opposing personalities clash, Emmy and Mae begin a fierce competition to win the best parts. But if they are cast in the same play, will they find a way to act nicely – or will they take their rivalry to the next stage?
'A laugh-out-loud romcom about what it means to come out, not just to those around you but ultimately to yourself... A must-read' Red Magazine.
'Sweet, charming and has left me feeling hopeful about the future' Matt Cain, author of The Madonna of Bolton.
'Lily Lindon has a real funny bone that comes through in every page' Abigail Mann.
'Literary crack. I am so on board it hurts' Leena Norms, Booktuber and author of Bargain Bin Rom-Com.
'Warm and witty... A big-hearted and beautifully fresh story of love and self-discovery' Emylia Hall, author of The Book of Summers