If you love Helen Hoang, Abby Jimenez and Talia Hibbert, you'll LOVE Farrah Rochon!
One of Cosmopolitan's '12 Books You'll Be Desperate to Read This Summer' and one of Oprah Magazine's Best Romances of 2020!
'A prime example of how complex and insightful romances can be' Jasmine Guillory
'Relatable and real... I smiled the whole time I was reading' Andie J. Christopher
'The free-spirited, tell-it-like-it-is page-turner you've been looking for!' Kwana Jackson
What happens when three women discover, thanks to the live tweeting of a disastrous date, that they've all been duped by the same man? They become friends of course!
Three friends. One pact. And a temptation to break the rules...
Samiah Brooks never thought she would be 'that' girl. But a live tweet of a horrific date reveals the painful truth: she's been catfished by her three-timing jerk of a boyfriend.
Suddenly Samiah - along with the two other 'girlfriends', London and Taylor - have gone viral. Now the three new besties are making a six-month pact: no men, no dating, just time to focus on themselves.
This means Samiah can finally focus on her exciting career in app development - so having the deliciously sexy and distracting Daniel Collins walk into her office definitely isn't part of her plan...
But is Daniel really boyfriend material - or is he simply too good to be true?
'A multilayered story about friendship, love, and following your dreams - all of it told with heart and emotion' Nalini Singh
'Funny, fresh, sexy, and heartfelt. This is my new favorite romance series' Suzanne Brockmann
'A smart, funny digital-age romance about real women living in the real world. Couldn't put it down!' Abby Jimenez
'A masterpiece of modern-day Jane Austen with effortless, razor-sharp social commentary, romance, and humor. Farrah Rochon is one of the absolute best romance writers today. Period' Kristan Higgins
'Swoon-worthy romance, the power of true friendship, and a grand gesture that makes your heart sigh with pure satisfaction. Absolutely a must-read summer romance!' Priscilla Oliveras
'Rochon is a romance master who adeptly writes interesting and dynamic characters... A richly layered conflict adds depth and complexity to this charming workplace romance' Kirkus
Rochon (the Holmes Brothers series) woos readers with ample wit and charm in this low-drama workplace romance. Samiah Brooks's life takes a turn when she finds out via Twitter that her beau is cheating on her with two other women. In the applause-worthy confrontation that follows, Samiah loses a boyfriend but forges fast friendships with the women he's cheated with, who join her in kicking the jerk to the curb. The trio, who dub themselves "Squad Goals," makes a pact to forgo relationships for six months to focus on self-care and self-improvement. But then Samiah's tech company hires dreamboat Daniel Collins, and Samiah becomes unsure that she'll be able to keep her promise. Though Samiah and Daniel strike up a comfortable, flirtatious camaraderie that quickly becomes less work and more play, Rochon keeps their romance on a slow simmer as both put their career obligations before their desire to be together. Readers will long for greater emotional connection between the romantic leads but appreciate the emphasis on female friendship and empowerment. This effortless rom-com makes up for its lack of romantic conflict with an extra helping of sweetness.