A Book Spotlight for Accidentally in Love by Anna Premoli on the blog today. A contemporary romantic comedy published by Aria fiction. We also sit down for a chat with Anna.
A funny romantic comedy about how opposites definitely do attract… Perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella and Meg Cabot.
Sara Di Giovanni is a successful lawyer in New York City: she is the star of her profession, an excellent role model to her very vivacious little sister, but has so far been unlucky in love…
Ethan Phelps is the rich playboy trouble-maker whose only talent in life is spending money and dating women…
That is until Ethan’s father dies with no will to his name, leaving his two sons the legal heirs to his billion-dollar company.
Sara is forced to become the court-appointed guardian to handle Ethan’s share of the fortune, as his family do not trust him to manage it himself. Sara thinks it should be easy, but it’s not so simple when Ethan is determined to get rid of her by whatever means necessary…
What ensues is a dramatic and hilarious power-play between Sara and Ethan… but what will happen when feelings start to get in the way?
What book truly inspired your life and why?
I’m a big reader: I’ve read so many books in so many languages that it’s impossible to fully understand what book influenced my life. All of them, I guess. Sometimes it feels like the best sort of combo.
How did you pick who you dedicated your book too?
I dedicate my books to family and friends because they have all been helping me since day one on this crazy journey.
Did you do a lot of research for your book?
Yes, I do. And I have the great advantage of actually working in finance, so I’m always informed about nearly everything. They’re basically paying me to know a lot of things. 😉
What was your favourite read of 2017?
Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend.
If you had to take three books on a desert island what would they be?
And There Were None by Agatha Christie, The Master and Margarita by Bulgakov, Confessions of Zeno by Italo Calvino.
Can you tell us a little about your publishing journey?
I’ve started writing to fight financial markets stress after Lehman’s collapse, when I was expecting my son, now eight. Writing was supposed to be only a hobby, when my husband self-published my first novel as a birthday present with great success. I’ve been writing since then.
Can you share with us a photo that tells a story?
No words needed, right?
What would you like your readers to know before starting your book?
I’ve met a few real court-appointed guardians in my daily work. One of those was the inspiration for Sara and Ethan’s story. So, even if Accidentally in Love is a fictional story, there are a lot of real situations.
Do you have any questions that you would like to ask your readers?
Did you have fun reading?
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