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Rockstar boyfriends. Popstar romances.


“Once Tara gets into her groove, I couldn’t put the book down.” – Ron Reads

Scandalized by Tara Frejas

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Scandalised - Tara Frejas
Scandalised – Tara Frejas

Fi Legaspi is living the dream working in Seoul as a road manager for one of South Korea’s hottest bands, East Genesis Project. Until she isn’t.

When she finds herself in the middle of a scandal and a hostile fangirl witch hunt, Fi seeks the comfort of home, and to her surprise, not the person she had been pining for for years. All too suddenly it’s no longer her career on the line, but also her heart. Will she walk away from everything that matters to her or fight to keep her dream alive?

Scandalized by Tara Frejas

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“Are you into Korean idol groups? If yes, you need to read this.” — Amanda, Randomly Bookish

Songs of Our Breakup by Jay E. Tria

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“The humor in this book is as natural as watching your friends take a jab at each other in hilarious ways.” – Tara Tries to Write
Songs of Our Breakup - Jay E. Tria

Every breakup has its playlist.

How do you get over a seven-year relationship? 21-year-old Jill is trying to find out. But moving on is a harder job when Kim, her ex-boyfriend, is the lead guitarist of the band, and Jill is the vocalist. Every song they play together feels like slicing open a barely healed tattoo.

Jill’s best friend Miki says she will be out of this gloom soon. Breakups have a probation period, he says. Jill is on the last month of hers and Miki is patiently keeping her company.

But the real silver lining is Shinta. Having a hot Japanese actor friend in times like these is a welcome distraction. This gorgeous celebrity has been defying time zones and distance through the years to be there for Jill. Now he is here, physically present, and together he and Jill go through old lyrics, vivid memories, walks in the rain, and bottles of beer. Together they try to answer the question: what do you do when forever ends?

“The breakup between Jill and Kim (seven years together!) was a nasty one. But Jill handled it professionally for the sake of their band. I WAS LIKE, GURRRRL, HOW DO YOU DO IT?” — Dewey’s Readathon Review

Songs of Our Breakup by Jay E. Tria

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Cover (Story) Girl by Chris Mariano

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“I […] loved the descriptions of the island, and getting to see Boracay as Gio showed it to Min Hee.” – Elyse, Smart Bitches, Trashy Books
Cover (Story) Girl - Chris Mariano
Cover (Story) Girl by Chris Mariano
  1. She has amnesia.
  2. She’s on the run from her father’s creditors.
  3. She’s enjoying her last days on earth.

Ever since Jang Min Hee walked into Gio’s small museum, she’s given him one excuse after another about why she’s vacationing at scenic Boracay Island. Rarely has Gio’s neat and organized world been shaken like this. Soon he finds himself scrambling over rocks, hiding in dressing rooms, and dragging her out of bars. But how can Gio tell what’s true from what isn’t? Their worlds are getting unraveled — one story at a time.

“…a wonderfully told tale about taking risks, falling in love, and learning how to trust.” — Cathy Dellosa-Lo, Philippine Online Chronicles

Cover (Story) Girl by Chris Mariano

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The Real Score by Kesh Tanglao

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“I enjoyed reading this book. It made me smile a lot.” – Cinderella Stories
The Real Score - Kesh Tanglao
The Real Score – Kesh Tanglao

Caitlin’s friendship with Marcus, the de facto frontman of the world’s biggest boy band Gezellig, has long been an object of scrutiny by almost everyone–their friends and families, the media, and his fans–ever since they “went public” a couple of years back. Who wouldn’t be interested? She was a nobody, catapulted into the limelight of his fame when he struck an unusual friendship with her.

To both Caitlin and Marcus, what they have is a “perfect little thing.” But then something comes along and threatens it.

In a no-holds-barred interview, will they finally be forced to settle the score?

“Take away the superstar status of the guy and this can be anyone’s story, really. This novel hurt in just the right places, and it made me want the best for the two main characters.” — Tina, I Like It Dog-Eared

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