Lauren from Last Night

Lauren from Last Night

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Heather Grace Stewart By HeatherGraceStewart Updated 4 days ago

How far is too far in the name of love? Inspired by a true story.
 When Sam meets fellow Queen's U student Lauren in an off-campus basement bar, sparks fly, but when he tries her number the next day, he learns she's given him the wrong digits. Instead of feeling slighted, he has faith it's an honest mistake, and worries she'll think he's "that guy" if he doesn't call. Without her last name or residence floor, he tries the university's email system, and mass-emails all 246 women named Lauren in hopes of finding the right one. The women bond in same-name solidarity, forming a Facebook group called Lauren from Last Night. When the story goes viral, the women promise to protect Lauren from "stalkerish" Sam, but could they also be keeping her from the love of her life? Read Sam and Lauren's page-turning story to find out. 
FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE TICKET, #1 WATTPAD CHICKLIT STORY AND #1 KINDLE USA, CANADA, UK, AUSTRALIA HUMOR-SATIRE BOOK
A LOVE AGAIN STAND ALONE NOVEL set in the same universe as The Ticket and Good Nights.
Featuring illustrations by @_Silverleaf_

  • canadian
  • chicklit
  • collegeromance
  • collegestories
  • drama
  • dramedy
  • family
  • friendship
  • funnymoments
  • heartbreak
  • humor
  • lovestory
  • newadult
  • teen
  • truestory
  • tvmoviesparks
  • viral
  • womensfiction
  • youngadult
Good question and thought provoking reflection. Love how it flows and is nestled right in the prose
cstahle cstahle Nov 12
Wow, how wonderful to work with your daughter. The drawings are beautiful!
DaveCenker DaveCenker Sep 22
Curious whether these sketches are handmade or downloaded? Either way, they are a unique and compelling complement to the text of the story, er, diary entry.
DaveCenker DaveCenker Sep 22
The attitude and charisma of Lauren's character is already engaging ;-)
DaveCenker DaveCenker Sep 22
A great opening chapter that lays out a bunch of introductory information in a very organic way while piquing the reader's interest in not only *what* happened to Lauren, but also *how* it happened.
DaveCenker DaveCenker Sep 22
Sobering, but eternal optimism reigns supreme as it's that 0.1% that makes all the difference in the world ;-) Great, catchy opening!