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Born and raised in New York and a lifelong dreamer, Meredith Schorr has turned her passion for writing restaurant reviews, original birthday cards, and even work-related emails into a career as a romantic comedy writer. When she’s not writing books with grand gestures and hard-earned happy endings, or working as a paralegal, she mostly reads, runs, or watches TV…to research, of course. Her paperback debut, As Seen On TV, will be published by Forever on June 7, 2022.

BookAs Seen On TV
AuthorMeredith Schorr
LanguageEnglish
Size1.6 MB
Pages353
CategoryNovels

As Seen On TV Book PDF download for free

As Seen On TV Book PDF download for free

Aspiring journalist Adina Gellar has stopped dating in New York City. If she’s learned anything from romantic made-for-TV movies, it’s that finding love is in a small town with harvest festivals, lovable but quirky characters, and tons of lovable bachelors.

When a metropolitan real estate mogul sets his sights on tiny Pleasant Hollow as a development destination, Adi knows she’s found the perfect story, one that will land her a spot in a coveted online magazine so she can finally grow properly. . . . and maybe even find the man of your dreams.

Only Pleasant Hollow isn’t exactly “nice”. There’s no charming bakery, no quaint seasonal festivals, and residents are more confrontational than welcoming. The only plus is Finn Adams, who is tastier than homemade cherry pie, which Adi herself can’t seem to find, even if she works for the company that tried to bring her down. Suddenly, Adi has to wonder if TV might have done it all wrong after all. But will following her heart mean missing his chance to make the big break?

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I read Meredith Schorr’s As Seen on TV while on vacation at the beach and the combination was uncompromising bliss. It was better for stress relief than yoga followed by a massage followed by cocktails with friends. In fact, that’s what I love most about the genre, and this book didn’t disappoint: hanging out with Adi for a few hours was like hanging out with a friend who’s fun and cooler than me.

TV and movie lovers will love this book and all of its hilarious pop culture references. I love the way the book flips Hallmark’s perfect small-town romance trope on its head, giving it a touch of reality without skimping on the romance part.

Finn’s family situation would never show up in a Hallmark Christmas movie, but it brought a healthy dose of conflict and depth to the plot. The story is about discovering small town life, but it shows even better the connection and community that exists in the city. THAT is the undeserved cliché this book blows wide open. I think my favorite parts of the book are the scenes with Adi, her mother, and their neighbors in Manhattan.

On the small town side, encounters with the residents of Adi are fun and hilarious, without the cloying sweetness of the variety seen on TV. As someone who grew up in small town America, I know it’s not always about Mayberry. Sometimes the cake comes packaged from a Stop & Shop, that’s life. Thank goodness there are books like this (and authors like Meredith Schorr) that make life a little more fun.

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City girl and aspiring journalist Adina Geller heads to Pleasant Hollow, a small town in upstate New York, in search of a story she’ll build professionally. Though she hopes to find the kind of cute, tight-knit communities she loves on television, Pleasant Hollow largely disappoints her. The only bright spot is Finn, the charming and handsome project manager who works for the company he wants to take down.

This warm and welcoming rom-com has all the best parts of a Hallmark movie, but beats anything you see on TV because these characters are realistic, fully formed, and grapple with relatable issues that make you want to take them on to cheer them on. Schorr tackles the realities of life and dating in New York City, and her characters struggle with relatable challenges that push them to grow and move forward. Regardless, the chemistry between Adina and Finn is undeniable, giving readers a love story you won’t want to put down and one that will linger long after you’ve turned the last page.

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