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He’s a bad boy movie star. I'm just a failed reporter. This assignment was supposed to be temporary. So why does it feel like our love isn’t just scripted?
After being fired from my job as a reporter and finding my boyfriend cheating on me, I figured I owed it to myself to have a public meltdown. I just didn’t expect it to be in front of Hollywood’s biggest, most egotistical movie star, Ryan Vexler—or the paparazzi, who plastered my photo all over the tabloids and called me is girlfriend!
Now, I’m trying to navigate this strange world of Hollywood glitz and glamour because Ryan needs to clean up his public image. For some reason, he thinks I’m the one to do just that. What he doesn’t know is that I’m a failure. I failed as a musician. I failed as a reporter. Now I’m failing as a fake girlfriend because my feelings for this man arevery, very real.
If you like your romcoms to be laugh-out-loud with a few twists and turns and a touch of sweetness, then you’ll love N. Franko’s debut novella, Technically Scripted, book one of the Romantic Comedy of Errors.
Money never mattered to millionaire socialite, Stacey Holiday—until she lost it all!
My grandmother, the great Gladys Gladwell Holiday and I were never really close, but when she died, I still mourned her the only way I knew how: wine straight from the bottle and randomly texting HottGuy69 on an anonymous dating site.
It was nice of Grandmother to leave me everything she owned to inherit on my wedding day, but it wasn’t like I needed the money. Except, my father was just arrested and my family’s assets are now frozen so yes, I very much need Grandma’s money!
Then, my childhood friend, Logan, suddenly pops back into my life.
TThe sweet, humble, chubby, Italian kid who worked for my grandmother turned into a hot, sexy specimen of a man and we reconnected in more ways then one.
Then, my family pushes him away and for good, this time. I never thought I would ever see him again. That is, until I learned the identity of HottGuy69…
Technically Speaking is a fast-paced, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy with more sweetness than you can handle. It is book two of N. Franko’s Romantic Comedy of Errors, but can be read alone and in any order.
She always knew what she wanted, but it wasn't what she needed.
Being stranded in a small town was not a part of Charlotte Harcotte’s plans. After a minor car accidents left her stuck in some backwater, one-horse town, her chances of becoming Mrs. Nick Rutherford seemed slim to none.
In just a week, the little town managed to steal her heart… and so has a handsomely rugged hotel owner.
Now, Charlotte is stuck in more ways than one. Her would-be fiance doesn’t seem so nice after all and the life of luxury she’s worked so hard for suddenly seems like a burden. Caught between two worlds, Charlotte must choose between the life she knows and the life her heart really wants.
Funny, endearing and heart-warming, The Runaway is N. Franko’s first full-length, standalone novel.
N. Franko is a writer and musician living in Canada. When she’s not writing love stories or making music, she’s taking pictures of random things in her office for her Instagram and watching the latest Netflix original. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for news on her next release.
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