Romantic Comedy (Reese's Book Club): A Novel



Sally Milz is a sketch writer for The Night Owls, a late-night live comedy show that airs every Saturday. With a couple of heartbreaks under her belt, she’s long abandoned the search for love, settling instead for the occasional hook-up, career success, and a close relationship with her stepfather to round out a satisfying life.


But when more


320 pages

Average rating: 7.88




Community Reviews

Nov 25, 2023
8/10 stars
It was interesting to read about the behind the scenes prep for SNL. I liked the main and peripheral characters, and the dialogue and emotions were well-written. I’m a fan of this author. I did like the plot device of exchanging almost real-time emails to progress the story and move it satisfactorily to a deeper relationship. Great story!
Nov 12, 2023
2/10 stars
this book was so slow paced and the main character was so unlikeable, it really was not romantic or a comedy
Sep 14, 2023
8/10 stars
Based off the writers and staff of Saturday Night Live, this book takes you into the similar world of a writer trying to survive her hectic daily life and navigate love. I would say this book is more romance than comedy and not really a summer read as the last chapter of the 3 chapter book is 100 pages long without any proper breaks. I still did enjoy the read of learning the characters and their barriers to love from the banter of falling for more
Aug 31, 2023
9/10 stars
Loved the writing style, the middle part surprised me positively! Story is fun to read and if you like a twist on a romance novel then this is the one to read.
Aug 29, 2023
8/10 stars
SOLID 4.5 Star Read

I'm not usually one for a slow-burn romance because I find the things that tear people apart in those scenarios are unrealistic and stupid and not something that would *actually* keep people apart. (Also, if you've read it, you just got my inside joke.)This story, however, felt so real o had to pull myself out of it now and again to remind me that this was not a memoir.

Normally I listen to books at at least a 1.5x speed. This more

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