Winner of the 2019 Independent Book Publishers Association award for romance fiction, Déjà vu All Over Again is a romantic comedy about second chances.
Nate Evans is a washed-up Hollywood screenwriter who finally acknowledges his life has hit rock bottom on the day the Air Force accidentally dropped a bomb on his home. So he writes a script for himself and uses it to go home and recreate his high school days in hopes of starting over. Nothing has gone right since he dumped his high school sweetheart on the eve of their prom 40 years ago.
That girl is Julie Cooper. Julie has been struggling to raise two kids on her own since her husband was whapped to death in a tragic car wash accident. Now the kids are gone and she's lonely.
When Nate learns Julie is single and working on the campus of their old high school, he goes back to find her, only to learn that she's engaged to a schmuck of a fiance. If he wants to write a happily-ever-after ending to his life's story, Nate will have to torpedo Julie's engagement and win her over before she marries the wrong guy. Again!
"A fun, satisfying read that will particularly appeal to older readers looking for romantic mulligans." -- BlueInk Reviews
"An observant comedy with a dose of heart" -- Kirkus Reviews
"This is very much a book that readers will enjoy the entire ride from start to finish " -- Portland Book Review
"Hits all the right notes in this literary ode to first love, second chances, and high school humor." -- IndieReader