PRAISE FOR THE AMERICAN ROOMMATE EXPERIMENT
"Elena Armas extends her reign as a master of irresistible romance." —POPSUGAR
“This sweet dual-POV romance will leave your heart aching for more!"—BUZZFEED
“This romcom is fresh, funny and highly enjoyable."—DAILY MAIL
“Packed with the most delicious kind of slow-burn tension that will keep readers turning the pages and eager for more."—CULTUREFLY
“... PERFECT for readers who love Emily Henry and Tessa Bailey."—LIBRARY JOURNAL
"Armas does a fantastic job showing her characters’ developing feelings and allowing the romantic tension to drive the plot. This is a treat.” —PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
PRAISE FOR THE SPANISH LOVE DECEPTION
"Armas’s debut sizzles with chemistry… Rom-com fans will be riveted." —PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY
"Perfect pacing, incredible characters, and swoon-worthy chemistry." —BUSINESS INSIDER
"If you're looking for a slow burn that you'll totally be obsessed with long after you turn to the last page, this is the book for you." —COSMOPOLITAN
"Romance, comedy, banter and just the right amount of filth ... PURE ESCAPISM." —ELLE
"The perfect ratio of high levels of plot matched with high levels of smut" —GLAMOUR
Elena is a Spanish writer, a self confessed hopeless romantic and a proud book hoarder. Now, she's also the author of International bestseller and soon to be adapted to film The Spanish Love Deception and instant New York Times bestseller The American Roommate Experiment. Her books are being translated to over 30 languages––which is bananas, if you ask her.
After years of devouring stories and posting––sometimes yelling––about them on her (books)tagram @thebibliotheque, she finally took the leap and started creating some of her own.
While she'd never describe herself as adventurous, having a degree in chemical engineering and being the Monica of her group of friends, this definitely qualifies as the most exciting yet terrifying project she has ever taken on. She's probably biting her nails as you read this. Heck, she's probably full on freaking out. But don't mind her, that's just a little of––hopefully healthy––stage fright.
Regardless, she cannot wait to finally share her dream with you. To perhaps gush over her stories together, and who knows, maybe fall a little more in love with love. Because isn't that the point on all of this?