If you're looking for your next favorite romance novel, look no further than Meet Cute. Admittedly, romance is not my favorite of the genres, and this one still managed to charm my metaphorical socks off. I didn't feel like the main characters fell in love in a day (one of my least favorite tropes) or that the characters were too perfect or stilted. They had real flaws and dealt with real issues (what those are, I'll leave up to you to discover)--plus "cute" is built right into the title--you can't lose! — From Heather H.'s Picks (page 1)
About the Author
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Helena Hunting lives outside of Toronto with her amazing family and her two awesome cats, who think the best place to sleep is her keyboard. She writes all things romance - contemporary, romantic comedy, sports and angsty new adult. Helena loves to bake cupcakes, has been known to listen to a song on repeat 1512 times while writing a book, and if she has to be away from her family, prefers to be in warm weather with her friends.
"Perfect for fans of Helen Hoang's The Kiss Quotient. A fun and steamy love story with high stakes and plenty of emotion."—Kirkus Reviews
"If a 'rom-com in book form' is what you're after this spring, you can't go wrong with Meet Cute."—Bustle
"Meet Cute is entertaining, funny, and emotional."—Harlequin Junkie
"As charming as its title, but it's also so much more... Fans of Jasmine Guillory's The Wedding Date and Helen Hoang's The Kiss Quotient will love Meet Cute."—The Washington Independent Review of Books
"If you believe in fate, read Meet Cute by Helena Hunting."—SheReads, "2019's Romance Reads for Every Kind of Girl"
"Meet Cute is a novel where you will laugh and cry -- sometimes, on the same page. It is a story of kindness and affection, sassiness and tenderness, where joy and sorrow are intermingled. You don't want to miss this book."—Frolic
"A hell of a book."—Book Riot
"A springy romance with an emotional core."—Culturess
"Meet Cute was a great book ...[that] shows Ms. Hunting at her best, combining heavy emotions and a light comedic touch."—All About Romance