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  1 Make Up Break Up: A Novel
Author: Menon, Lily
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Class: Fiction
Age: Adult
Language: English
Demand: Average
LC: PS3613.E

Print Run: 10000
ISBN-13: 9781250799951
LCCN: 2020037476
Imprint: St. Martin's Griffin
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pub Date: 02/09/2021
Availability: Available
List: $30.99
Physical Description: 324 pages ; 22 cm H 8.81", W 5.65", D 1.17", 0.9 lbs.
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Brodart Sources: Brodart's Insight Catalog: Adult
Starred Reviews:
TIPS Subjects: Romance
BISAC Subjects: FICTION / Romance / Romantic Comedy
FICTION / Romance / Multicultural & Interracial
LC Subjects: Love stories
Man-woman relationships, Fiction
Mobile apps, Fiction
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Publisher Annotations | 02/17/2021
Publisher Annotation: The sparkling and heartfelt romantic comedy debut from Lily Menon, Make Up Break Up…now as a Hardcover Run-On! Make Up, has been called the “Google Translate for failing relationships.” High efficiency break-ups, flashy start-ups, penthouses, fast cars…these are the things Hudson Craft believes in. His app, Break Up, is known as the “Uber for break-ups.” It’s wildly successful—and anathema to Annika’s life philosophy. Which wouldn’t be a problem if they’d gone their separate ways after that summer fling in Las Vegas, never to see each other again. Unfortunately for Annika, Hudson’s moving not just into her office building, but into the office right next to hers. And he’ll be competing at the prestigious EPIC investment pitch contest: A contest Annika needs to win if she wants to keep Make Up afloat. As if it’s not bad enough seeing his irritatingly perfect face on magazine covers when her own business is failing. As if knowing he stole her idea and twisted it into something vile—and monumentally more successful—didn’t already make her stomach churn. As the two rival app developers clash again and again—and again—Annika finds herself drawn into Hudson Craft’s fast-paced, high velocity, utterly shallow world. Only, from up close, he doesn’t seem all that shallow. Could it be that everything she thought about Hudson is completely wrong? Could the creator of Break Up teach her what true love’s really about?