Seoulmates (Original)


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$18.99  $17.66
Inkyard Press
Publish Date
5.82 X 8.49 X 1.11 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author

Susan Lee has had a lifetime of careers, but she was born to be a storyteller, and she has channeled her myriad of experiences into her writing of light-hearted, quirky novels about the oftentimes hilarious human condition. And love. Always write about love. She currently lives in Southern California with a pack of three feisty chihuahuas and a too-hearty obsession with K-pop and K-dramas.


"The perfect childhood friends-to-lovers story--full stop." --Christina Lauren, New York Times bestselling authors of The Unhoneymooners and The Soulmate Equation

"Adorable, heartfelt, and guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!" --Gloria Chao, author of American Panda and Rent a Boyfriend

"A deliciously swoony romance." --Helen Hoang, New York Times bestselling author of The Heart Principle

"Daebak! This debut has plenty to offer avid romcom readers." --Suzanne Park, author of Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous and The Perfect Escape

"Seoulmates will make you swoon. A smart, funny book not to be missed!" --Emiko Jean, New York Times bestselling author of Tokyo Ever After

"Laugh-out-loud funny with a solid gold heart!" --Elise Bryant, author of Happily Ever Afters and One True Loves

"A pitch-perfect romance with relatable, occasionally messy characters, heartfelt swoons, and so many laugh-out-loud moments." --Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of Today Tonight Tomorrow

A POPSUGAR Best YA Book of 2022

"Meaningfully examines issues around Korean American identity, code-switching, objectification of Asian culture and people, family dynamics, and finding inner strength. An honest, fresh, and thoughtful summer romance." --Kirkus Reviews

"Recalling the effusive expression, fast pace, and dramatic moments of a K-drama, Lee celebrates Korean culture, and examines its objectification within the U.S., via a good- humored and tenderly written second chance at love." --Publishers Weekly

"An inside view of the world of the machines that are K-pop and K-dramas will attract a wide range of readers. Most teens will see some of their own realities depicted in the main character's story and that's the best part of the book." --SLJ

"A quick and lovely read that touches on themes of identity and internal growth, this novel is perfect for the romantics at heart." --Booklist