Nobody puts Romcoms in the Corner by Kathryn Freeman

Happy Sunday! If you are a fan of romcoms, today’s tour is perfect for you. Kathryn Freeman’s newest book, Nobody puts Romcoms in the corner is being highlighted today as part of Rachel’s Random Resources book tours. I love a good light-hearted read and this one fits the bill perfectly.

About the Book:

Not an expert, not even close, not in any of this. But nobody will try harder than me to make you happy.

Sally is a classic romantic and Harry is a classic cynic, but when a drunken bet leads the new flatmates to (badly) recreate ‘the lift’ from Dirty Dancing, and the video goes viral (#EpicRomcomReenactmentFailure), they both realise there’s potential financial benefit in blundering their way through the romcom lexicon for their suddenly vast social media following.

Now, as Harry and Sally bring major romcom moments to new life – including recreating that classic diner scene – their faking it turns to making…out and suddenly they’re living a real life romcom of their own! But like all the greatest love stories, the road to happily ever after is paved with unexpected challenges for this hero and heroine…



Such a cute book! It is a friends to lovers troupe that will have you smiling the entire book. When Sally needs a roommate, Harry comes highly recommended. Sally loves romcoms and decides to remake we’ll know scenes from romcoms and post on social media in an effort to gain sponsorship and make extra money.

I loved every page of this book. All the discussions about romcoms brought back memories and I could picture to scenes being remade. Sally and Harry names even come from a romcom. The book is sweet and funny and everything you want a romcom to be!


About the Author:

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to write a book. It may have had something to do with my obsession with reading romance. Real life interfered and I headed off in a different direction – into the world of science, becoming a pharmacist before joining the pharmaceutical industry. I did end up writing, but it was about disease and medicines. Decades later, I’m finally doing what I always wanted to do.

With a husband who asks every Valentine's Day whether he has to buy a card (yes, he does), all the romance in my life is in my head. Then again, his unstinting support of my career change proves love isn't always about hearts and flowers - and heroes come in many disguises.

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