Lauren Hackert

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We All Want Impossible Things

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking authentic and emotional relationship fiction with a bittersweet balance of humor and heartache. Recommended for fans of Rebecca Serle, Jojo Moyes, and Ann Patchett.

None of This Would Have Happened If Prince Were Alive

For listeners seeking a lovable, laughable relationship fiction about marriage, motherhood, and managing both without losing themselves. Recommended for fans of Jennifer Weiner, Emily Henry, and Lisa Roe.

The Man I Never Met

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking an enchanting will they/won’t they rom-com with a trans-Atlantic technology twist. Recommended for fans of Emily Henry, Allison Winn Scotch, and Dylan Newton.

Exes and O’s

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking a fast-paced roommates rom-com that is sexy and sweet. Recommended for fans of Alisha Rai, Andie J. Christopher, and Helen Hoang.

Chasing Your Tail

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking second-chance romance in the form of a playful and passionate rom-com. Recommended for fans of Amanda Elliot, Dylan Newton, and Amanda Aksel.

Screaming on the Inside: The Unsustainability of American Motherhood

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking an honest, sometimes infuriating analysis of American motherhood from a variety of perspectives. Recommended for fans of Judith Warner and Angela Garbes.

Remember Me

This book will appeal to readers seeking a moving Regency romance with a complex cast of characters. Recommended for fans of Lisa Kleypas and Stephanie Laurens.

Nerd: Adventures in Fandom from This Universe to the Multiverse

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking a thought-provoking analysis and social critique of pop culture paragons from Sailor Moon to Spider-Man. Recommended for fans of media meets memoir that is well researched but relatable.

You’re Saying It Wrong: A Pronunciation Guide to the 150 Most Commonly Mispronounced Words—and Their Tangled Histories of Misuse

This audio will appeal to linguaphiles looking for a quick nonfiction listen that is amusing and informational.

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