Amalia and Ryan met at Yale Law School, from which their mutual dislike for one another was born.
Amalia Berger is a successful, high society New York lawyer. Chicago-based lawyer Ryan O'Moore is the eldest of four sons whose chaotic family run a pub in the heart of the Big Apple.
New York beckons after Ryan is offered a promotion. But when the defence lawyer of his first case is the one and only Amalia Berger, things become complicated.
The courtroom clash escalates between them to the point that the judge sentences them both to a punishment of community service, forcing them to spend time together...
What girl doesn’t dream of an amazing promotion working on the other side of the world?
This once in a lifetime opportunity is presented to 28-year-old investment banker, Maddison Johnson and instantly fills her with abject fear.
It isn't the New York transfer she had set her heart on... she's going to South Korea, instead.
To make things worse, her boss Mark Kim doesn't go out of his way to make it easy for her to adapt to her new environment.
Plunged into a world she knows nothing about with a man she can't stand, Maddison finds herself forced to adapt and grow up quickly. Maybe in the process she will stumble over something wonderful and quite unexpected...
What people are saying about YOU DRIVE ME CRAZY:
'I found myself gutted I had to put the book down and go to bed after my first stint of reading'
'Very entertaining, really interesting that the storyline revolved around working life as well as the personal'
Jennifer and Ian have known each other for seven years. They are leaders of two different teams in the same London bank, and are constantly engaged in a running battle to be number one.
Ian is a handsome, wealthy and sought-after bachelor; Jennifer is a feisty, independent lawyer. When they are thrown together to work on the same project, Ian makes Jenny an offer she can't refuse: to have free reign of their rich client if she pretends to be his girlfriend.
Soon, it becomes more and more difficult to tell the difference between fiction and reality...
What readers are saying about LOVE TO HATE YOU:
'A light-hearted novel about love, (im)possibilities and challenges in the workplace' Tu Style.
'Anna Premoli, for me, is the best of the genre. This book made me laugh and fall in love – I read it four times!'
'I loved this novel from beginning to end ... If you want a book that is fun and romantic at the same time, I would definitely recommend it.'
'A beautiful love story ... I read it in just two days!'