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Romantic Comedy (Reese's Book Club)
“Curtis Sittenfeld is back! With Romantic Comedy, Sittenfeld creates a believable romcom between Sally, a writer for The Night Owl (think SNL) and Noah, a musician who guest hosts. Their unlikely romance is chuck full of laugh out loud lines and seamless writing. What can I say? I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS BOOK!”Kathleen,
A Great Good Place for Books
“I’m not usually one for 'lighthearted' or 'delightful' books but this one is both and darned if i don’t absolutely love it! Maybe its the Saturday Night Live references, or maybe the fact that i literally laughed out loud a few times, but it might just be that I really kind of misses Sally and Noah when the story was done, but i really love this delightful lighthearted book! ”Angie,
The Country Bookshop
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • REESE’S BOOK CLUB PICK • A comedy writer thinks she’s sworn off love, until a dreamy pop star flips the script on all her assumptions—a “smart, sophisticated, and fun” (Oprah Daily) novel from the author of Eligible, Rodham, and Prep.
“Full of dazzling banter and sizzling chemistry.”—People
“If you ever wanted a backstage pass to Saturday Night Live, this is the book for you.”—Zibby Owens, Good Morning America
Sally Milz is a sketch writer for The Night Owls, a late-night live comedy show that airs every Saturday. With a couple of heartbreaks under her belt, she’s long abandoned the search for love, settling instead for the occasional hook-up, career success, and a close relationship with her stepfather to round out a satisfying life.
But when Sally’s friend and fellow writer Danny Horst begins dating Annabel, a glamorous actress who guest-hosted the show, he joins the not-so-exclusive group of talented but average-looking and even dorky men at the show—and in society at large—who’ve gotten romantically involved with incredibly beautiful and accomplished women. Sally channels her annoyance into a sketch called the Danny Horst Rule, poking fun at this phenomenon while underscoring how unlikely it is that the reverse would ever happen for a woman.
Enter Noah Brewster, a pop music sensation with a reputation for dating models, who signed on as both host and musical guest for this week’s show. Dazzled by his charms, Sally hits it off with Noah instantly, and as they collaborate on one sketch after another, she begins to wonder if there might actually be sparks flying. But this isn’t a romantic comedy—it’s real life. And in real life, someone like him would never date someone like her . . . right?
With her keen observations and trademark ability to bring complex women to life on the page, Curtis Sittenfeld explores the neurosis-inducing and heart-fluttering wonder of love, while slyly dissecting the social rituals of romance and gender relations in the modern age.