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This book started off entertaining with the characters in an author’s head interacting, but it took a turn when it tried to send up genre fiction. It did so without nuance and without understanding a lot of the elements, and definitely without understanding romance, which doesn’t only feature stock characters with no motivations outside of romantic attachments, but often rich lives in which they happen to find a partner and have good sex. This was really disappointing. I also had a hard time with the character of the author’s relationship and both of her romantic interests were far less believable characters and less fleshed out than would have been acceptable in a romance novel. Not for me.