The Idea of You

The Idea of You

Summary

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NOW A MAJOR FILM STARRING ANNE HATHAWAY AND NICHOLAS GALITZINE ON PRIME VIDEO

THE SCORCHING HOT LOVE AFFAIR ABOUT THE MAN THAT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT . . .


EVERYONE IN THE WORLD KNOWS HIS NAME. BUT IT'S YOU HE WANTS.

To the media, Hayes Campbell is the star of a record-breaking British boyband.

To his fans, he's the naughty-but-nice front man - whose dimples and outlandish dress sense drive them crazy.

To Solène Marchand, he's just the pretty face that's plastered over every girl's bedroom wall.

Until a chance meeting throws them together . . .

The attraction is instant. The chemistry is electric. The affair is Solène's secret.

But how long can it stay that way?

'THIS SLAYED ME'
Taylor Jenkins Reid

'I'M MADLY IN LOVE WITH THIS NOVEL' Curtis Sittenfeld

'This is an addictive, glamourous, escapist page-turner - and pure wish fulfilment for Harry Styles fans' DAILY RECORD

'Summer's sauciest, sexiest read. This book has ruined my life and I'm not even mad about it' RED

'Sexy enough for the beach, smart enough for the book club' BOOK CIRCLE

'The Idea of You managed to work the ultimate book magic: It blurred the boundary between this world and that one' OPRAH MAGAZINE

'You finally have something else to obsess about. Will have you staying up all night to finish' THE SKIMM

© Robinne Lee 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

Reviews

  • The sleeper hit of the pandemic ... a glittering, global love affair full of bougie, vicarious travel. It's electric, triumphant, to read
    Vogue

About the author

Robinne Lee

A graduate of Yale University and Columbia Law School, Robinne was born and raised in Westchester County, New York. As the daughter of Jamaican parents of African, Chinese, and British descent, Robinne has long had an affinity for travel and the arts. Her past endeavors include working as an Editorial Assistant for ELLE Magazine, both in New York and Paris, writing celebrity profiles for the now defunct youth culture magazine, TELL, and running a music management company. Robinne has numerous acting credits in both television and film, has served as a producer on various independent films and regularly speaks on panels and writes for trade magazines regarding the roles of women and actors of color in the industry. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children.
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