Alexandria Bellefleur is an author of swoony contemporary romance often featuring loveable grumps and the sunshine characters who bring them to their knees. A Pacific Northwesterner at heart, Alexandria has a weakness for good coffee, Pike Place IPA, and Voodoo Doughnuts. Her special skills include finding the best Pad Thai in every city she visits, remembering faces but not names, falling asleep in movie theaters, and keeping cool while reading smutty books in public. She was a 2018 Romance Writers of America Golden Heart finalist. You can find her at www.alexandriabellefleur.com or on Twitter @ambellefleur.
Written in the Stars is everything I want from a romcom: fun, whimsical, sexy. This modern Pride & Prejudice glitters with romance. -- <strong>Talia Hibbert, <em>USA Today</em> bestselling author of <em>Get a Life, Chloe Brown</em> </strong> With perfectly woven vulnerability and playfulness, Written in the Stars is a riotous and heartfelt read. I was hooked from the very first page! -- <strong>Christina Lauren, <em>New York Times</em> bestselling author of <em>In a Holidaze</em></strong> If you love the fake-dating trope, you won't want to miss Written in the Stars. -- <strong>Bustle</strong> A disastrous blind date kicks off Bellefleur's excellent rom-com debut... Readers will be rapt by the sensuous love scenes once Darcy and Elle throw pretense aside... A moving subplot about Elle's fight for her family's acceptance rounds out the story, while astrology memes ( What brunch food are you based on your zodiac? ) and nods to Pride and Prejudice scattered throughout add texture. This is a delight. -- <em>Publishers Weekly</em> <strong>(starred review)</strong> [A]wkward first dates lead to passionate first kisses and time spent together reveals there is more to both women than meets the eye... Fans of pop culture-inspired astrology sites will love the effortless and entertaining way the author weaves zodiac memes throughout the text. The stars align in this charming queer rom-com. -- <em>Kirkus Reviews</em> Bellefleur's debut sprinkles amusing listicles throughout the text as Elle and Darcy cautiously move from uneasy allies to friends to something more. Well-developed leads, relatable conflicts, a strong supporting cast, and opposites-attract chemistry make for an engaging read. Fans of Alexis Hall's Boyfriend Material and Talia Hibbert's Take a Hint, Dani Brown will enjoy this Seattle-set love story that reads like a romantic holiday movie. -- <em>Booklist</em> Polar opposites come together in Bellefleur's cheerful #ownvoices debut... A dash of Pride and Prejudice and Bridget Jones's Diary, mixed with a fresh, millennial f/f twist of opposites attract. -- <em>Library Journal</em> Written in the Stars abounds with optimism and empathy for its characters, its wit always undergirded by sweetness. This is a comfort read, at a time when many of us need one badly, and a sparkling debut for Bellefleur. -- <strong>Olivia Dade, author of <em>Spoiler Alert</em></strong> WRITTEN IN THE STARS had me hooked from the first page. It's an adorable and heartfelt romance with everything I adore: a killer meet-cute, loads of cute banter, steamy love scenes, all the feels, and a happily ever after that left me in happy tears. I fell head over heels for Elle and Darcy's love story. Alexandria Bellefleur's debut will have readers seeing stars in the best way. -- <strong>Sarah Smith, author of <em>Faker</em> & <em>Simmer Down</em></strong> A dazzling debut! The perfect combination of humor and heart really makes this book shine. -- <strong>Rachel Lacey, author of <em>Don't Cry for Me</em></strong> Written in the Stars is what you might get if your favorite Instagram astrologer wrote you an adorable romance novel. Delightful, funny and sweet, with just the right touch of woo-woo. -- <strong>Scarlett Peckham, <em>USA Today</em> bestselling author</strong>