Funny You Should Ask
Books | Fiction / Women
NATIONAL BESTSELLER • A restless young journalist with big dreams interviews a Hollywood heartthrob—and reunites with him ten years later to discover exactly how he feels about her in this sexy and engrossing novel “You will absolutely devour this book. It’s filled with delightful banter, hot romance, and a love story that’s worthy of the big screen.”—Kate Spencer, author of In a New York Minute and host of Forever35ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR: Cosmopolitan, NPR, The Washington Post, Book RiotThen. Twenty-something writer Chani Horowitz is stuck. While her former MFA classmates are nabbing high-profile book deals, all she does is churn out puff pieces. Then she’s hired to write a profile of movie star Gabe Parker: her number one celebrity crush and the latest James Bond. All Chani wants to do is keep her cool and nail the piece. But what comes next proves to be life changing in ways she never saw coming, as the interview turns into a whirlwind weekend that has the tabloids buzzing—and Chani getting closer to Gabe than she had planned. Now. Ten years later, after a brutal divorce and a healthy dose of therapy, Chani is back in Los Angeles as a successful writer with the career of her dreams. Except that no matter what new essay collection or online editorial she’s promoting, someone always asks about The Profile. It always comes back to Gabe. So when his PR team requests that they reunite for a second interview, she wants to say no. She wants to pretend that she’s forgotten about the time they spent together. But the truth is that Chani wants to know if those seventy-two hours were as memorable to Gabe as they were to her. And so . . . she says yes. Alternating between their first meeting and their reunion a decade later, this deliciously irresistible novel will have you hanging on until the last word.
Random House Publishing Group
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"3.75/5⭐️ good relatively straight forward romance. I usually get really impatient with flashbacks in romances but I really liked the way they were done in this one! It felt sort of like two romances were unfolding at the same time and I there wasn’t an undertone of angst that made the jumps uncomfortable. It sort of felt like this was a writers fantasy. Like that is who this romance is for authors who imagine interviewing someone famous only for them to fall in love. This book is a slow burn with a pretty abrupt ending. Overall it was a fine book. 0.5/5 spice level one open door scene I think. "
"SO GOOD!!!!!!!!! Cute romance book with an interesting setting"
"people compared it to the album “folklore”"