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Katharine McGee

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Katharine McGee is from Houston, Texas. She studied English and French literature at Princeton and has an MBA from Stanford. It was during her years at living in a second-floor apartment in New York City that she kept daydreaming about skyscrapers... and then she started writing.

Genres: Young Adult Romance, Young Adult Fantasy

Katharine McGee recommends
The Amateurs (2016)
(Amateurs, book 1)
Sara Shepard
"The Amateurs is Nancy Drew for the digital age, with all the fast-paced action, humor, and romance that Sara Shepard does so well. The final twist will leave readers breathlessly awaiting the next book!"
All Rights Reserved (2017)
(Word$, book 1)
Gregory Scott Katsoulis
"A chilling, unnerving, and timely debut novel about what it means to speak out, even in silence."
The Last Girl On Earth (2018)
Alexandra Blogier
"A celebration of what it means to be human."
Little White Lies (2018)
(Debutantes , book 1)
Jennifer Lynn Barnes
"A delightfully twisty blend of scheming debutantes, clever dialogue, and high-society secrets that will keep you guessing until the very last page."
The Deceivers (2019)
(Vale Hall, book 1)
Kristen Simmons
"Beneath its quick and clever dialogue, The Deceivers examines the moral grey area between good and evil. Lying has never seemed so much fun."
Anna K. (2020)
(Anna K, book 1)
Jenny Lee
"A fresh and wickedly smart take on a classic story. Anna is even more scandalously fun now, in the age of stilettos and social media, than she was in 19th century Russia. I couldn't put this one down."
Happy and You Know It (2020)
Laura Hankin
"Combines wry humor and sharp social commentary with an utterly addictive plot. It’s nonstop fun, and I couldn’t put it down."
Kisses and Croissants (2021)
Anne-Sophie Jouhanneau
"A charming story about family, first love, and chasing your dreams. Grab a croissant, because this book will leave you smiling, swooning, and desperate to visit Paris!"
The Secret Bridesmaid (2021)
Katy Birchall
"With a delightfully plucky heroine and laugh-out-loud hijinks, The Secret Bridesmaid gives the wedding rom-com a much-needed update: focusing on the friendships between women as much as the romance. Charming, escapist fun."
If the Shoe Fits (2021)
(Meant to Be, book 1)
Julie Murphy
"Forget the animated Cinderella! If the Shoe Fits brings a fresh, charming, and deeply empowering perspective to the classic fairy tale."

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