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The Bookseller's Boyfriend by Heidi Cullinan

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Special Delivery, February 2014
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Let It Snow, December 2013
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Love Lessons, October 2013
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Second Hand, September 2012
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The Bookseller's Boyfriend
Heidi Cullinan

Copper Point: Main Street #1
Dreamspinner Press
January 2021
On Sale: January 19, 2021
211 pages
ISBN: 1644058588
EAN: 9781644058589
Kindle: B08P7YF6Z9
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Contemporary | Romance

Bookshop owner Jacob Moore can’t believe his longtime celebrity crush, author Rasul Youssef, is moving to Copper Point. For many, the chance to meet the playboy novelist would be a dream come true, but Jacob dreads it. You should never meet your heroes.
You definitely shouldn’t pretend to be their boyfriend.
Rasul came to this backwater town for an academic residency—a necessary evil, since he’s burned through his advance without finishing the book that goes with it. But he’s also getting distance from a toxic relationship. Quiet, reserved Jacob isn’t his type, but their charade gives Rasul a respite from the social media circus surrounding his breakup, and Jacob’s charming apartment proves the perfect setting to write.
Of course, prolonged exposure reveals that Jacob’s reserved exterior hides a thoughtful, intelligent man who sets Rasul’s imagination—and heart—alight.
Every day Rasul reveals himself to be more than Jacob ever dreamed he could. Jacob tries to be content with friendship and the professional overlap between author and bookseller, knowing a shooting star like Rasul could never make a home with Jacob in a small town like Copper Point.

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