Sorry, Bro (Paperback)
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Sorry, Bro (Paperback)

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Paperback 368 Pages
Published: 02/02/2023
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A bisexual My Big Fat Greek Wedding

From new best friend to girl of her dreams.

When Nar's boyfriend gets down on one knee and proposes to her a San Francisco bar, she realises it's time to find someone who shares her idea of romance. Enter her mother who wants Nar to settle down with a nice Armenian boy. Armed with a spreadsheet of Facebook-stalked men, she convinces Nar to attend 'Explore Armenia', a month-long festival of events in the city.

But it's not the parentally-approved playboy doctor or wealthy engineer who catches her eye - it's Erebuni, a cool and intriguing young woman fully intouch with her heritage. Suddenly, with Erebuni as her guide, the events feel like far less of a chore, and much more of an adventure.

Erebuni helps Nar see the beauty of their shared culture and makes her feel understood in a way she never has before. But there's one teeny problem: Nar's not exactly out as bisexual.

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9781035018000
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 262 g
Dimensions: 196 x 129 x 24 mm


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As I read [Sorry, Bro], I kept cackling out loud and I would often pause to describe to my husband what was happening – or try to, anyway – I sometimes couldn't because I would be laughing so hard. But underneath the humour is such an important story of love between two women and the journey to rediscovering Armenian culture and heritage. - Jesse Q. Sutanto, author of Dial A for Aunties

Vibrant and heartfelt queer rom-com - The Nerd Daily

Sorry Bro explores bisexuality, culture, and self-discovery through moments that will make you laugh out loud. This new writer brings a fresh take on self-identity, with a story that will capture both your heart and sense of humour. - Diva Magazine

Sorry, Bro is a lushly scented courtyard of a book, and a wonderful place to spend time - full of rich sensory details, complicated but loving relationships, warmth and humor, and a lot of fun. Voskuni’s descriptions and characters are immersive and vivid, and I loved spending time with them. - Audrey Burges, author of The Minuscule Mansion of Myra Malone

Voskuni debuts with a bighearted queer rom-com uniquely inflected with Armenian American culture . . . it’s easy to invest in the characters and the Armenian American cultural details add charm. This is a treat. - Publishers Weekly

With this radiantly ravishing debut, Voskuni beautifully illustrates the courage it can take to be your own true self and risk everything for love. - Booklist—Starred Review

Sorry, Bro is a beautiful love letter to Armenian culture wrapped up in a warm and witty romance that absolutely sizzles with chemistry. Like heroine Nareh, Voskuni is forging a remarkable path, and I will gladly follow wherever it leads! - Dahlia Adler, author of Cool for the Summer and Out on Good Behavior

Sorry, Bro is one of my new favorite romances! Sharp, funny, and full of heart, it’s a love letter to Armenian culture and a thoughtful exploration of the ways our roots define us, all wrapped up in the most delightful romance. I couldn’t put it down! - Jenny L. Howe, author of The Make-Up Test and On the Plus Side

Taleen Voskuni expertly braids romance with jaw-dropping atmosphere and swift hits of knowledge and strength. She pours her heart onto the page with power and beauty in a way that makes readers feel seen and cared for. A new auto-buy author for all. Sorry, Bro is as indulgent as it is profound, breathtaking as it is healing, and in one word: EXQUISITE. - Courtney Kae, author of In the Event of Love

The most heartwarming tale of family, heritage, loving bravely, and loving yourself, with a humour that adds a light touch to the poignant themes and a vivid San Francisco setting that brings the whole story to life. Sorry, Bro made me laugh and touched me deeply in equal measures. - Kyla Zhao, author of The Fraud Squad

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PigginDani

“Heartfelt & Funny. Perfect Queer Romcom”

“From heart to heart there is a path.”
- Armenian Proverb

Sorry, Bro is my favourite queer (f/f) romcom ever!
Seriously, when you read this, I defy you not to fall in love... More

Paperback edition
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“Netgalley review”

Well. I’m hungry now.

I absolutely flew through this book! Thank you Netgalley and PanMacmillan for an ARC e-book copy of this book. There’s food. There’s f/f romance. There’s self-acceptance, Bi-rep (we love to see... More

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Millie Slingsby

“I really enjoyed learning so much about Armenian culture in this book”

Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with a free eARC in exchange for an honest review.

I really enjoyed learning so much about Armenian culture in this book; I thought everything was so... More

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