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You’ve Got Mail meets Morgan Matson in this smart, banter-filled rom-com with a bookish twist.

Nothing will stop Madeline Moore from taking over her family’s independent bookstore after college. Nothing, that is - until a chain bookstore called Prologue opens across the street and threatens to shut them down.

Madeline sets out to demolish the competition, but the guy who works over at Prologue seems intent on ruining her life. Not only is he taking her customers, he has the unbelievable audacity to be...extremely cute.

But that doesn’t matter. Jasper is the enemy, and he will be destroyed. After all - all’s fair in love and (book) war.

©2021 Kelsey Rodkey (P)2021 HarperCollins Publishers

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So much potential

I wanted to like this book! Spoilers: Got half way through and M and J have not stopped bickering (and not the cute bickering) and playing pranks on each other (J is supposed to be going to college soon) it's stressful and not fun reading scenes with those two. The thing that bothered me most is her family keep telling her what to think and how to feel (her aunt forces her to interact with her birth mom even though she doesn't want to and her brother tells her she should be fine with him going to work at the rival bookstore because he needs the money - even though he knows it would hurt her.)