A rom-com-obsessed romantic waiting for her perfect leading man learns that life doesn’t always go according to a script in this delightfully charming and funny novel.
Annie Cassidy dreams of being the next Nora Ephron. She spends her days writing screenplays, rewatching Sleepless in Seattle, and waiting for her movie-perfect meet-cute. If she could just find her own Tom Hanks—a man who’s sweet, sensitive, and possibly owns a houseboat—her problems would disappear and her life would be perfect. But Tom Hanks is nowhere in sight.
When a movie starts filming in her neighborhood and Annie gets a job on set, it seems like a sign. Then Annie meets the lead actor, Drew Danforth, a cocky prankster who couldn’t be less like Tom Hanks if he tried. Their meet-cute is more of a meet-fail, but soon Annie finds herself sharing some classic rom-com moments with Drew. Her Tom Hanks can’t be an actor who’s leaving town in a matter of days...can he?
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Who hasn’t wished their life could be more like a romantic comedy? Annie Cassidy, the heroine of Kerry Winfrey’s quick-witted novel, cut her teeth on classic Nora Ephron movies, leading her to train her sights on finding a Tom Hanks of her own: a sensitive and thoughtful guy who maybe lives on a houseboat. But when a film shoot comes to town and Annie lands a job as the assistant to bad-boy leading man Drew Danforth, she writes off the possibility that her ship has come in—after all, he’s worlds away from her dream man. With its fast-paced dialogue and winking callbacks to beloved rom-coms, this frothy love story won our hearts.
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Amazing book !!
Loved ever page of it ❤️
Waiting for Tom Hanks
Just the title of this book got me excited as I think of Tom Hanks as my Hollywood Husband 💕. I’m also a huge fan of Romantic Comedies, particularly with Tom or Meg. This book is laugh out loud funny and quirky. Love, love, love ❣️❣️❣️
It’s a good book, well-written, but the main character is so obtuse it’s basically unbelievable. Ugh. She’s really annoying. Why can’t you have her be smarter?
I like the premise but her pushing him away over and over and over again is a bit much.