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The Name Drop

By Susan Lee
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Publisher Description

"Susan Lee always writes the exact book I want to read!" —Ali Hazelwood, New York Times bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis

New from the author of 
Seoulmates comes a story of mistaken identities, the summer of a lifetime, and a love to risk everything for.

When Elijah Ri arrives in New York City for an internship at his father’s massive tech company, Haneul Corporation, he expects the royal treatment that comes with being the future CEO—even if that’s the last thing he wants. But instead, he finds himself shuffled into a group of overworked, unpaid interns, all sharing a shoebox apartment for the summer.

When Jessica Lee arrives in New York City, she’s eager to make the most of her internship at Haneul Corporation, even if she’s at the bottom of the corporate ladder. But she’s shocked to be introduced as the new executive-in-training intern with a gorgeous brownstone all to herself.

It doesn’t take long for Elijah and Jessica to discover the source of the mistake: they share the same Korean name. But they decide to stay switched—so Elijah can have a relaxing summer away from his controlling dad while Jessica can make the connections she desperately needs for college recommendations.

As Elijah and Jessica work together to keep up the charade, a spark develops between them. Can they avoid discovery—and total disaster—with their feelings and futures on the line?

Praise for Seoulmates
"The perfect childhood friends-to-lovers story—full stop." —Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling authors of The Unhoneymooners and The Soulmate Equation
"Adorable, heartfelt, and guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!" —Gloria Chao, author of American Panda and Rent a Boyfriend 
"A deliciously swoony romance." —Helen Hoang, New York Times bestselling author of The Heart Principle

79 Reviews

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Beaming Face with Smiling Eyes“Once I finally had the chance to sit down and read, I was not able to put the book down and finished it in one sitting. I really like how she incorporated the South Korean culture into it. Overall, I enjoyed reading this book. 100% behind the main character's thoughts, decisions, and ideas!”
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Characters change and growLikable charactersDescriptive writingAddictiveFast-pacedRealistic settingComing of ageRomanticMisogyny
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Slightly Smiling Face“I loved this”
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Believable charactersBeautifully writtenDescriptive writingEasy to read

About Susan Lee

Susan Lee has had a lifetime of careers, but she was born to be a storyteller, and she has channeled her myriad of experiences into her writing of light-hearted, quirky novels about the oftentimes hilarious human condition. And love. Always write about love. She currently lives in Southern California with a pack of three feisty chihuahuas and a too-hearty obsession with K-pop and K-dramas.

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