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She’s finally found her soulmate. But he’s completely off-limits . . .

Former fashion editor Jenna Jones is forty, broke and starting over. Dumped by her fiancé and fired from her job, Jenna begs her arch nemesis, Darcy Vale, for a role at her new online magazine. Surrounded by digital-savvy millennials who all speak fluent Twitter, it’s soon clear that Jenna is in way over her head. And, to make matters worse, her ex has a new girlfriend.

But things get even messier, and a whole lot more interesting, when Jenna meets Eric Combs, the film graduate tasked with shooting her new web series. Totally gorgeous and completely off-limits, Jenna knows she should know better – but there’s something about Eric she can’t resist. And what is worth risking everything for, if not love?

‘This juicy page-turner is the ultimate beach read’ InStyle


PRAISE FOR TIA WILLIAMS

‘A sexy, modern love story to start the summer off right’ Reese Witherspoon

‘I absolutely loved it’ Jodi Picoult

‘A seductive fantasy’ Rumaan Alam

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PRAISE FOR TIA WILLIAMS: 'A smart, sexy testament to Black joy, to the well of strength from which women draw, and to tragic romances that mature into second chances'
Jodi Picoult on SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE
Tia Williams conjures a seductive fantasy - rich friendships, star-crossed lovers, artistic fulfilment
Rumaan Alam on SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE
A novel with a delicious plot, compelling characters and all of the pop cultural references my heart desires
Michael Arceneaux on SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE
A hugely satisfying romance that is electrifying and alive
Kirkus on SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE
With its scandalous, laugh-out-loud funny saga about star-crossed love and starting over, I would recommend it to those who read Marian Keyes and enjoy a complicated, forbidden romance
Irish Examiner