Romantic Novelists' Association

Hannah and Drew work in the same office.
Hannah and Drew use the same elevator.
Hannah and Drew certainly aren’t looking for love.
They haven’t even met.
Yet something is happening…

Amiable TV production accountant Drew turned his back on dating after the death of his fiancée, an incident which cemented his longstanding elevatophobia. When Drew moves home and workplace, hoping for a fresh start, he hears a voice in the office lift telling him to “be careful”.
Is it his fevered imagination, the ghost of his fiancée, or someone playing a cruel prank? Quickly, he becomes desperate, foolish… and unexpectedly smitten.

Cute, sparky but shy Hannah wouldn’t mind finding romance, but keeps choosing the wrong boyfriends. Her innate social anxiety, deepened by bad experiences with a preying boss, is a huge barrier to dating anyone new.
To expose her boss’ antics, she must be lucky and smart. However, talking to a sweet but hapless co-worker isn’t the answer… is it? After all, she could never find the courage to meet him in person.
Soon, a relationship blossoms alongside a shared determination to bring justice to their workplace.

Will their daring plan succeed, or will it jeopardise the happiness they’ve found with each other?

This wonderful, laugh-out-loud, will-they-won’t-they romcom is perfect for those who loved Laura Jane Williams’ “Our Stop”, Beth O’Leary’s “The Flatshare”, or Sally Thorne’s “The Hating Game”.