Flip the Script
The first rule of watching K-dramas: Never fall in love with the second lead.
As an avid watcher of K-dramas, Hana knows all the tropes to avoid when she finally lands a starring role in a buzzy new drama. And she can totally handle her fake co-star boyfriend, heartthrob Bryan Yoon, who might be falling in love with her. After all, she promised the TV producers a contract romance, and that's all they're going to get from her.
But when showrunners bring on a new lead actress to challenge Hana's role as main love interest--and worse, it's someone Hana knows all too well--can Hana fight for her position on the show, while falling for her on-screen rival in real life?
- Hardback | 304 pages
- 147 x 218 x 29mm | 376g
- 31 May 2022
- Katherine Tegen Books
"A love letter to K-dramas with sapphic romance at the forefront. Flip the Script is fun and full of heart--an instant favorite!" -- Emiko Jean, NYT bestselling author of Tokyo Ever After
"Fans will flip for this heartwarming romance. Behind-the-scenes showbiz drama, a handsome K-pop star, fake dating, an LGBTQ twist, and an ending that made me want to stand up and cheer--there's so much to love about this book!" -- Misa Sugiura, author of It's Not Like It's a Secret and This Time Will Be Different
"I don't think my heart will ever stop floating after reading Flip the Script! Lyla Lee has created the perfect blend of fake dating, young love, and queer joy that had me smiling from ear to ear and whooping in triumph. Sometimes those who say 'stick to the script' can simply stick it." -- Jason June, author of Jay's Gay Agenda and Out of the Blue
"Nothing makes me smile like a Lyla Lee book. I had a blast following Hana and her friends as they film the hottest K-Drama on television, all while falling for one another behind the scenes. Effervescent and joyous from start to finish, Flip the Script is guaranteed to put a smile on your face." -- Axie Oh, author of XOXO
"This book is a love letter to Korean culture, K-dramas in particular. This trope-filled rom-com is perfect for fans of Somewhere Only We Know by Maurene Goo, XOXO by Axie Oh, and I Guess I Live Here Now by Claire Ahn." -- School Library Journal Online
"Hana and Minjee's sweet romance, behind-the-scenes peeks into K-drama productions, and richly detailed Korean culture buoy this joyous romance." -- Publishers Weekly