A clean, contemporary modern romance.
Savannah Cade is achieving her goals. The most popular romance publishing house in the nation Claire Donovan has asked to view the novel Savannah has been working on covertly. The only issue is that she works as an editor for a different publication, whose stance is that only literary works should be published and that romance belongs in Dante’s inferno’s lowest levels.
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Savannah, however, is forced to conceal the book in a secret area after she accidentally spills her manuscript at a staff meeting and almost makes herself visible to the whole firm, including William Pennington, the new boss and the son of the romance-hating CEO herself.
“Fans of romantic comedies won’t be able to put Meet Me in the Margins down. It is a charmingly lovely gem of a novel.”
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Savannah discovers that someone has been making notes in the margins when she returns to her desk at work. She is compelled to ask the mysterious editor for assistance when her editor instructs her to resubmit her manuscript. Savannah notices that he is becoming to have a crucial role in both her profession and her personal life as their exchanges take up more and more pages. Only if she knew who he was.
Meet Me in the Margins (2022) by Melissa FergusonDune (2007) By: Glennon Doyle
by The Book Guide® Editors4.6/5 Very good