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"The perpetually-single daughter of a magical match maker finally meets the boy she's had a year-long pretend relationship with. Will the matchmaker's daughter and her pretend boyfriend be the perfect pairing?

""A sweet, effervescent rom com. Readers will be enchanted!"" - Jenn Bennett, author of Alex, Approximately

When the perpetually single daughter of a magical matchmaker reconnects with the boy she's pretended to be in a relationship with for over a year, she may finally have met her match.

Imogen Finch has never been in love... despite being the daughter of a matchmaker. Her only relationship to date was a fake one with a near stranger named August Tate that she made up to stop people from asking about her love life. To fill the void, she's channeled her obsession with love into her passion for photography, using her ability to literally see the rose-gold glow of a person in love to capture stunning portraits.

But when her adviser says her photography portfolio is ""one note"", she's desperate to diversify. After hearing her forever crush, Ren, was recently dumped, she decides to photograph the broken-hearted, starting with him. Imogen is hopeful she'll finally find love and get the right photos. So, the last thing she expects is for the real-life version of her fake boyfriend to show up in town asking why they ""broke up"". Before she knows it she's juggling August and Ren and falling in love for the first time in her life."

Imprint:   Miscellaneous
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 208mm,  Width: 140mm,  Spine: 26mm
Weight:   360g
ISBN:   9781728247175
ISBN 10:   1728247179
Pages:   368
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 13 to 18 years
Audience:   Young adult ,  Preschool (0-5)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Susan Bishop Crispell earned a BFA in creative writing from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Born and raised in the mountains of Tennessee, she now lives twenty minutes from the beach in North Carolina with her husband and their two cats, Whisky and Bourbon. She is very fond of baked goods and is always on the lookout for hints of magic in the real world. Visit her online at

Reviews for The Broken Hearts Club

The Broken Hearts Club is very much like the Frankenbiscuit from its own pages--dreamy first love wrapped in a big lie topped with some bad decisions and sprinkled with complications, served with a side of great banter and one incredible best friend. You will not regret ordering. ?Samantha Markum, author of This May End Badly and You Wouldn't Dare -- Samantha Markum, author of This May End Badly and You Wouldn't Dare With a charming cast, artistic eye, and its perfectly imperfect love rules, Susan Bishop Crispell's The Broken Hearts Club glows rose-gold. Readers will root for Imogen, wish August would slide into their DMs, and crave a Frankenbiscuit long after the last page! -- K. L. Walther, bestselling author of The Summer of Broken Rules

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