Never Ever Getting Back Together
Author: Sophie Gonzales
When their now famous ex-boyfriend asks them to participate in a teen reality show, two eighteen year old girls—one bent on revenge, the other open to rekindling romance—get tangled up in an unexpected twist when they fall for each other instead in Never Ever Getting Back Together by nationally and internationally-bestselling and Indie Next Pick author Sophie Gonzales.
“Wickedly funny [and] searingly sexy.”—Kelly Quindlen, author of She Drives Me Crazy
It’s been two years since Maya's ex-boyfriend cheated on her, and she still can’t escape him: his sister married the crown prince of a minor European country and he captured hearts as her charming younger brother. If the world only knew the real Jordy, the manipulative liar who broke Maya’s heart.
Skye Kaplan was always cautious with her heart until Jordy said all the right things and earned her trust. Now his face is all over the media and Skye is still wondering why he stopped calling.
When Maya and Skye are invited to star on the reality dating show Second-Chance Romance, they’re whisked away to a beautiful mansion—along with four more of Jordy’s exes—to compete for his affections while the whole world watches. Skye wonders if she and Jordy can recapture the spark she knows they had, but Maya has other plans: exposing Jordy and getting revenge. As they navigate the competition, Skye and Maya discover that their real happily ever after is nothing they could have scripted.
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“Wickedly funny [and] searingly sexy... Gonzales has written an incisive reflection on the thin line between love and hate. Don’t let this one get away.” —Kelly Quindlen, author of She Drives Me Crazy
"A fun, fast-paced enemies-to-lovers romcom, full of banter and heart... queer love and teen girls you can’t help but cheer for. This book gets my final rose and all the ones before it." —Jenn Dugan, author of Some Girls Do
“As binge-worthy as your favorite Netflix series...a bitingly funny, warm, and wonderful knock-out of a romcom.” —Julia Lynn Rubin, author of Trouble Girls