Weddings & Graduation & Decisions, Oh My! ~ Cover Reveal for You’ll Find Me In Manhattan by Jill Knapp

In the third installment of Knapp’s “What Happens To Men?…” series, Amalia and Olivia find themselves at a crossroads…

Their last year in their Master’s program at NYU is proving to be a trying one, all while Olivia is balancing planning a wedding and managing the unwanted input of her her estranged mother who seems to want Alex out of the picture all together.

Amalia finds herself feeling more lost than ever as graduation approaches and her classmates begin making plans for next year. Something in her life just doesn’t feel right, and she can’t seem to let herself commit to anything when it comes to her future. Still torn between Michael and Hayden she ultimately makes a final decision that will either box her in, leaving her always wanting more out of life, or finally breaking free to find the happiness and stability she’s always needed.Β 

Don’t miss the final installment of Knapp’s New Adult series about life, love, and finding yourself in New York City, “You’ll Find Me In Manhattan”!

Hi guys! Today I have a cover reveal for the lovely Jill Knapp. These books are adorable and the covers *gasp* just blow my socks off. You’ll Find Me In ManhattanΒ is the third book in her ‘What Happens to Men?‘ series, and I hope you all pick it up and give her series a try. πŸ™‚

You can pre-order the book now!

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Jill Knapp, a native New Yorker, is an author of New Adult/ Women’s Fiction novels with HarperImpulse, a United Kingdom division of HarperCollins Publishers.

Originally called “Chase”, her novel “What Happens To Men When They Move To Manhattan?” was acquired by Harper, moving her out of the “self-published” scene, and into the word of traditional publishing.
She has currently written two novels in her series about New York City; “What Happens To Men When They Move To Manhattan?” and “We’ve Always Got New York”. The third installment of her series “You’ll Find Me In Manhattan” is coming soon.

Before publishing her first novel, she received a Masters in Psychology from the New School For Social Research in Manhattan.


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