The View Was Exhausting

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Whitman ‘Win’ Tagore and Leo Milanowski are the greatest love story of our time. International movie star meets the beautiful son of a millionaire. Their kisses write headlines and their fights break the internet. Nobody needs to know it’s not real. Win knows that Hollywood demands perfection – especially from a woman of colour. Leo just wants to enjoy life, and shift press attention away from his dysfunctional family. Together they control the narrative. Except this time, on the shores of Saint-Tropez, Leo is hiding a secret that is about to send Win’s world spinning. Now everyone’s dream couple must confront the messy reality of their relationship. Just as they’re starting to realise that they might actually be falling in love.

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First there was Evelyn Hugo. Now meet Whitman Tagore. . .

‘Effortlessly cool, razor-sharp and crazy fun’ TAYLOR JENKINS REID, author of DAISY JONES AND THE SIX

‘SEXY and GLAMOROUS and ROMANTIC and CELEBTASTIC and such UTTER, GLORIOUS FUN’ MARIAN KEYES

‘The complex, Hollywood love story we’ve all been waiting for’ EMILY HENRY

‘Smart, sexy and genuinely insightful’ GAL-DEM

Their kisses write headlines and their fights break the internet. Whitman ‘Win’ Tagore and Leo Milanowski – the greatest love story of our time.

As a woman of colour in Hollywood, Win knows she must work harder than everyone else to control her public image. Whenever she nears scandal, she calls in Leo to divert attention – and the cameras – with their earth-shattering chemistry and picture-perfect romance.

Nobody needs to know it’s a lie.

But the truth about their relationship isn’t the only secret Leo’s keeping. And, as the line between performance and reality begins to blur, can Win risk taking a chance on real love?

A bold, wickedly observant and utterly modern novel about truth, fame and privilege – and how we love now.

‘A perfect summer read’ VOGUE

‘A sharp romance that deals with important issues – you will devour this’ PRIMA

‘I loved the chemistry’ FRANCES CHA

‘The perfect companion novel about fame, Hollywood, performance and, of course, love’ REFINERY 29

‘A glamorous power ride through fame, misogyny and racism, with a swoony romance’ JULIE COHEN

‘Fun, sexy and totally gripping’ LAURA KAY

‘Deft, funny and tender… as smart as it is swoon-worthy’ JULIA ARMFIELD

‘Funny, warm and gorgeously written…I was totally swept away’ JANE HEALEY

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Weight 0.24 kg
Dimensions 19.6 × 12.8 × 2.4 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

336

Language

English

Edition

1st paperback ed

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K