Much Ado About Nada



'In a word: brilliant' New York Times

'Much Ado About Nada is the contemporary take on Persuasion that I've been waiting for. Jalaluddin expertly balances explorations of family, faith, and love in a smart and authentic way. I am such a fan' EMILY HENRY

Once they were sweethearts, now they're strangers.
Worse than strangers - practically enemies.
But will a chance encounter offer Nada and Baz a second chance at love?

Nada Syed is stuck. At twenty-eight, she's living with her parents and mourning the failure of her start-up baby, which failed because of a double-crossing business partner.

Nada's best friend Haleema is determined to pry her from her shell - and what better place than at the giant annual Muslim conference? And did Haleema mention that Baz will be there?

What Haleema doesn't know is that Nada and Baz have a secret history. And in their chance encounter at the conference, that history comes hurtling at Nada, bringing a moment of reckoning. Will Nada find a way to let go of the past but hold onto her dreams?

Everyone is raving about Uzma Jalaluddin:

'Warm, witty and utterly charming. I'll read anything Uzma Jalaluddin writes' KATE QUINN

'Perfection! Uzma Jalaluddin is one of the best writers in romance today, and this gorgeous book proves it' SARAH MACLEAN

'Uzma Jalaluddin has a remarkable gift for breathing new life into classic romantic plots' KATE HILTON

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Atlantic Books
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