Lavash at First Sight

Lavash at First Sight

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 09/05/2024
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Sparks fly between two women pitted against each other in this delectable queer romantic comedy by Taleen Voskuni, author of Sorry, Bro. Perfect for fans of Ali Hazelwood.

Twenty-seven year old Nazeli ‘Ellie’ Gregorian likes the prestige of her tech marketing job but hates the condescending Patagonia-clad tech bros, her micromanaging boss, and, now, her ex-boyfriend. Who dumped her. At work.

So when Ellie's lovingly overbearing parents send her to attend a conference in Chicago, she's eager for the distraction. While she's there, she just has to help their company, Hagop's Fine Armenian Foods, win a huge award and get a free Superbowl ad. No big deal.

Within minutes at the conference, she meets witty, devil-may-care Vanya Simonian. The sparks fly as they get to know each other – both Armenian! From the Bay Area! Whose families are into food! But their meet-cute is cut short when Ellie’s parents recognize Vanya as the daughter of their greatest rivals – the Simonian family whose mission (according to Ellie's mother) is to whitewash and repackage Armenian food for the American health-food crowd.

Sworn as enemies, Ellie and Vanya must play to win the award by the week’s end – while keeping their feelings secret . . .

'Taleen Voskuni’s novel is one of love, identity, family loyalty and delicious Armenian food. It’s funny and sweet and a genuine joy to read.' - Culturefly

  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 9781035018680
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Weight: 218g
  • Dimensions: 197 x 131 x 19 mm

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Lavash at First Sight is such a lovely queer (wlw) romance! It's full of spice, forbidden romance, bi/pan representation, and also some excellent sounding ... READ MORE
Julia Steudle