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Who said it would be easy?

Emily O'Callaghan

After a year of teaching English in Japan, Amelia returns home for the summer holidays before she moves to South Korea with her two best friends, Molly and Olivia. She had left behind an emotionally manipulative family, who hope that she will settle back into the family business and reconcile with her abusive ex-boyfriend, Richard. She arrives in the south of France, where she soon learns that the demons she had thought had been vanquished one year prior, hadn't died, after all. While dealing with the chaos of her complicated past, she stumbles into the life of Yungrae and the four other group members, who are visiting Nice after a hugely successful world tour. They immediately fall hard for each other and soon have to decide if their feelings are strong enough to withstand the wrath of Amelia's ex and Yungrae's complicated celebrity lifestyle.

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Emily, born and raised in the vibrant city of Cork, Ireland, is an unabashed devotee of all things romance. As a self-proclaimed hopeless romantic, she found solace and inspiration in the works of iconic authors such as Candice Bushnell, Cassandra Clare, Stephanie Meyer, Suzanne Collins, Cecily von Ziegesar, Anna Todd, and J.K. Rowling. It was the absence of personally relatable characters in their narratives that propelled Emily to embark on her own storytelling journey.


Writing became Emily's sanctuary from the tumultuous tides of her inner struggles, battling through moments of anxiety and depression. Her unique writing process involves delving into the depths of her characters' emotions, sculpting their pain, and nurturing their growth without always knowing the overarching path her stories will take. Taylor Swift's melodies infuse her romantic tales, while the resilience of BTS's music fuels the underdog spirit in her characters.


Beyond her pen, Emily finds solace in the harmonies of music, often losing herself in Spotify's extensive playlists, even though severe stage fright bars her from sharing her own vocal talents. An avid reader and an ardent cinephile, she finds her escape and inspiration in the immersive world of movies and TV series.


Memoirs of a Geisha, a beloved book and movie, holds a special place in Emily's heart, mesmerized by its imagery and captiva