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The feel-good romantic comedy hit! Perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella, Lindsey Kelk and Sophie Ranald.
'Sweet, sassy, sparkling!'
'My absolute favourite'
'A perfect easy-reading, cheer-you-up, read'
LOVE WASN'T PART OF THE DEAL FOR THIS MARRIAGE...
My name is Charlotte Spencer and, ten years ago, I married my brother's best friend. I haven't seen him since.
Charlotte Spencer grew up on the blue-blooded Upper East Side of Manhattan but she never wanted the sit-still-look-pretty future her parents dictated for her. Enter Colin Walsh, her brother's quiet, brooding, man-bun-sporting best friend, and with him a chance to escape.
He's far from Charlotte's dream guy but they need each other for one thing: marriage. One courthouse wedding later, Charlotte's inheritance is hers to start a business in San Francisco and Irish-born Colin has a Green Card.
Ten years later, Colin drops a bombshell: the terms of their prenup state that before either can file for divorce, they have to live under the same roof for three months.
Suddenly this match made in practicality is about to take on whole new meaning...
More raves for The Prenup!
'Layne does it again with this sexy, sassy romantic comedy with all the feels!' Jennifer Probst, New York Times bestselling author
'Utterly charming. With non-stop wit, this feel-good romance pays homage to the old-school rom-coms we all loved so much' RS Grey, USA Today bestselling author
'Layne's best work yet' Rachel Van Dyken, No. 1 New York Times bestselling author
'One beautifully written bundle of fun wit and real emotion' Noelle Adams, New York Times bestselling author
'Lauren Layne's voice sparkles in The Prenup. With its sharp humor, easy banter and toe-curling sexual tension, it's the ultimate LL experience' Jessica Lemmon, bestselling author
Want more fun, fresh, flirty and very sexy rom-com? Check out Lauren's Oxford series and don't miss her warm, witty and sexy Wedding Belles series and the I Do, I Don't series, as well as the romantic standalones in the Love Unexpectedly series.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The Prenup reads like the sort of screwball rom-com you wish Hollywood still made. Its great strength are the two leads: Charlotte Spencer (razor-sharp New York socialite determined to take Silicon Valley by storm) and Colin Walsh (Charlotte’s brother’s low-key Irish best pal) are the sort of characters that feel instantly familiar. They’re attempting to get divorced after a 10-year marriage of convenience (Charlotte needed to be married to unlock her inheritance, Colin was after a green card) but must live together for three months to be granted a divorce. This proves more problematic than it appears since the pair haven’t seen each other since their perfunctory nuptials. Surely, love can’t blossom in these most unromantic of circumstances? Lauren Layne is exactly the writer to ensure the story stays believable, utterly charming and laugh-out-loud funny.