You're The Problem, It's You

You're The Problem, It's You

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 15/08/2024
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Published 15/08/2024
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You're The Problem, It's You
Hey! It's You!
I'll be honest: I did not know that this was a sequel (which, in retrospect, is on me), but I think you can absolutely start reading this series here. You'... READ MORE
Laura at Clapham Junction
You're The Problem, It's You
An absolute delight!
‘You're the Problem, It's You’ is a queer enemies-to-lovers Victorian romance and sequel to ‘More than a Best Friend’ that follows the cousins of its prede... READ MORE
Liberty at Windsor


There’s a fine line between love and hate.

Bobby Mason is sick of being second best: born the spare with the personality of the heir.

James Demeroven, is a Viscount who wishes he wasn’t one. His title brings far too much attention.

They can barely get through a single conversation without tensions boiling over. Neither Bobby nor James has ever met a more intriguing, infuriating, infatuating man.

If only they could avoid each other entirely.

But when an extortionist starts targeting their families, Bobby and James must find a way to work together, without pushing each other’s buttons (or tearing them off) in the process. . .


Praise for Emma R Alban
'Gives us all the top tier wit, spice, and swoons.... One to watch!' Evie Dunmore
Sweet, angsty, and ingeniously subversive. A delightfully refreshing historical romance! Amalie Howard
'A beautifully rendered setting, whip-smart banter, and a cast of characters that are so easy to love… an instant voice to watch' Carlyn Greenwald

  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781405966146
  • Number of pages: 400
  • Weight: 500g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 35 mm

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You're The Problem, It's You
Periodic romance
I loved the first book in this series and knew as soon as I saw a sequel was coming out that I would HAVE to read it. I did enjoy this book and the relatio... READ MORE