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About That Fling by [Fenske, Tawna]
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From the Editor

I am a huge fan of funny storytellers. If an author can make me giggle so hard in a public place that I snort, I won’t be embarrassed. Why? Because it’s a compliment to the writer, and in fact, I feel bad for those who aren’t in on the joke. Author Tawna Fenske gets it. She gets that readers want to be pulled into a novel so completely that they guffaw in coffee shops, blush on subways, and grin like they’ve won the lottery.

What took me to the next level in About That Fling is that it not only made me laugh from the opening scene but also—between the characters’ steamy kisses—caused some tears and sniffles. Jenna and Adam, the heroine and hero, start their acquaintance as a fun one-nighter with the hope of more, but when they unexpectedly meet in their professional lives a few days later, a real relationship looks impossible. Even though I have never faced the exact same challenges they do, that didn’t stop me from relating to their failures, victories, relationships, hopes, and dreams.

They say that to write a good book, you should stick to what you know. If that’s true, then it’d be easy to think that Tawna’s life must be pure comedic gold. But is that ever really the case? The fact is that Tawna’s creative genius allows her to write about life and love in a way that lets me know that, yes, someone has been where I’ve been, found the humor in it, and made it through to the other side—and is happier for it.

- Irene Billings, Editor

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One of Glamour’s Top Five Books to Read If You Love Romantic Comedies

“Fenske’s take on what happens when a one-night stand goes horribly, painfully awry is hilariously heartwarming and overflowing with genuine emotion...There’s something wonderfully relaxing about being immersed in a story filled with over-the-top characters in undeniably relatable situations. Heartache and humor go hand in hand in this laugh-out-loud story with an ending that requires a few tissues.” —Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

From the Author

Looking to read more of Tawna's sexy, heartwarming romantic comedies, but not sure where to start? Here's a handy reading guide!
The Front & Center series
Each book in this risqué, laugh-out-loud military series iswritten as a standalone romantic comedy, but if you'd like to read them inrelease order, here's how they go:
  • Book 1: Marine for Hire
  • Book 2: Fiancée for Hire
  • Book 3: Best Man for Hire
  • Book 4: Protector for Hire
The First Impressions series
Centered around a PR & Branding agency, the super-steamyFirst Impressions series is written so each of these laugh-out-loud romantic comedies stands on its own. If you'd prefer to read them in order, here's a key:
  • Book 1: The Fix Up
  • Book 2: The Hang Up
  • Book 3: The Hook Up
Single title romantic comedies from Montlake Publishing
These romantic comedies are longer than Tawna's category romances, and sometimes deal with weightier subjects like divorce and infidelity. They're still romantic comedies at heart, but expect a few tears to be thrown in with the laughter. The books are not tied together in any way, and can be read in any order.
  • About That Fling
  • Let It Breathe
  • Now That It's You
Single title romantic comedies from Sourcebooks
Lengthier than Tawna's series books, but zanier than any of herother titles, these wacky, sexy romantic comedies can be read in any order.
  • Making Waves
  • Believe it or Not
  • Frisky Business
Novellas and other offbeat options
The Getting Dumped series offers a cute, cozy mystery in achoose-your-own-adventure format (as does the spinoff novella, The Great PantyCaper), while the standalone romantic novella Eat, Play, Lust is a short littleracy romp designed to be devoured in one sitting.
  • Eat, Play, Lust
  • The Getting Dumped series
  • The Great Panty Caper

Product details

  • File Size: 4074 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (September 1, 2015)
  • Publication Date: September 1, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,973 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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