In Sophie Says, a romance comedy by Judy Balan, a self-professed “break-up coach” discovers that remaining single isn’t as easy as she claims.
Summary of the Book
Sophie Tilgum has had it with relationships. In thirty years, she’s faced all sorts of men, ranging from the stalkers and the pleaders to the liars and the cheaters. She’s tired of the singers and the let’s-get-married-after-three-dates guys. After a decade of handling long-term relationships, she’s given up on them all and decided to become “The Breakup Coach”. Her blog, Sophie Says, is rising in popularity, and she is constantly helping Single-Singles, those who are definitely meant to remain single all their lives. She doesn’t believe in commitment phobia. However, she’s going to discover that there’s something to a relationship after all. Her cousin’s marriage sparks off comments about her own single status and she’s forced to find a pretend-boyfriend for the ceremony. However, this guy is too hard to resist and things might not turn out as Sophie expects.
About Judy Balan
Judy Balan is an Indian comedy writer who dreams of writing for her very own English sitcom one day. She also writes blogs, plays, columns, screenplays and advertising copy – anything but poetry.
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