Mr. Nice Guy

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St. Martin's Griffin
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5.4 X 1.0 X 8.2 inches | 0.7 pounds
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About the Author

Jennifer Miller is an author and journalist. Her debut novel, The Year of the Gadfly, was called "entirely addictive" (Glamour) and a "darkly comic romp" (The Washington Post). She writes frequently for The New York Times Styles section. Jason Feifer is editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, host of the podcast Pessimists Archive, and previously worked as an editor at Men's Health, Maxim, Fast Company, and Boston. They're married and live in Brooklyn.


"Sharp and satisfying, this well-plotted, expertly characterized tale will have readers turning the pages quickly to get the latest dishy details." - Publishers Weekly

"Miller and Feifer hit all the beats of a satisfying rom-com while still managing to surprise... A fun and fast-paced look at the risk and value of real intimacy." - Kirkus

"A provocative story of sexual exploitation, relationships, and at its core, the simple desire to be wanted. With multiple story lines and a Sex in the City vibe, this book is perfect for those looking for a war-of-words, clash-of-worlds summer read." - Booklist

"A fun read that is sure to satisfy admirers of Sophie Kinsella and Meg Cabot." - Library Journal

"Consider this the ultimate rom-com: a mash-up of How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, Sex and the City, and The Devil Wears Prada. Seriously, we dare you to not devour this comedy of errors-style romp of a workplace romance in one sitting." - Cosmopolitan

"Fun, flirty and rather naughty." - The Washington Post

"It's fun, it's cute, and holy sh*t it is so refreshing to read a book about the publishing industry that ACTUALLY gets it totally right for once." - Betches

"In Mr. Nice Guy, one brave couple does what most of us would never dare: give brutally honest feedback about last night's sex. The result is an incredibly funny, fiendishly smart, deliciously NSFW romp you won't be able to put down." --Sascha de Gersdorff, Executive Editor, Cosmopolitan

"In their addictive comedy, Miller and Feifer have captured not just the heady mix of young ambition and uncertainty that many readers will recognize, but also New York City in a precise moment of transition, when one generation is fading but the next isn't quite ready (or willing) to take its place. We can all find a bit of ourselves in Mr. Nice Guy. For better or worse." --Neil Janowitz, Editorial Director,

"This pitch-perfect take on modern romance is far more than a guilty pleasure. It's also a timely battle of the sexes, taking aim at deep-seated assumptions about who wields the power--in the corner office, and in the bedroom." --Stacy London, host, What Not to Wear and Love, Lust or Run

"A juicy insider's tryst through the ever-shifting world of the glossy magazines." --Jo Piazza, author of The Knockoff

"Witty, sexy, sweet, and utterly engrossing, Mr. Nice Guy stakes out fresh battleground in the war of the sexes. With its twisty plot and fizzy cast of characters, this is a joy ride you can't predict nor put down until the surprising end." - Amy Scheibe, author of Fireproof Home for the Bride

"An addictively entertaining and deliciously sexy debut." --New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood

"This is not your typical boy-meets-girl romance. In Mr. Nice Guy, after boy meets girl, he reads about their one-night stand in a sex column, writes a rebuttal, and goes viral. Naturally, they decide to sleep together every week and write dueling evaluations of their sexual encounters. It's romantic, mysterious, and super fun." - Hello Giggles

"A laugh-out-loud look at New York's elite magazine world." - amNewYork