1. Star-crossed lovers

    Alexandra Potter’s You’re (Not) The One is a hysterical look at modern love in the big city – with a touch of magic.  

    Transplanted London gallerist and artist Kate has nurtured a secret passion for her old boyfriend Nate for ten years. She and Nate spent one magical summer in Venice before going their separate ways. But, she has secretly always considered him “the one.” They were given a strange mystical gift under The Bridge of Sighs in Venice. An old man split an old coin in two to make two necklaces. He told them it represented a love that could never be broken.
    Ten years later, a grownup Kate is now living Manhattan and working in a gallery when she runs in to Nate. Her romantic college lover and travel companion is now a soon-to-be divorced, uber-successful TV executive. Now Kate will see if the coin necklace was a blessing or a curse, when she and Nate are reunited.
    You’re (Not) The One is a humorous look at what happens when love is hampered by too many conditions and expectations. It is funny, romantic, and unexpected — and a perfect read for a chilly winter night.