Lockdown on London Lane352
Lockdown on London Lane352
Though inspired by the events of the ongoing global pandemic, Lockdown on London Lane is far from dismal or depressing. You’ll fall in love with this cast of twenty-somethings as you’re transported into their five different apartments through a weeklong mandatory quarantine.
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"Reekles’s capable plotting toggles between apartments and keeps readers wondering what’s next. The result transforms the harsh realities of quarantine into rom-com enchantment." Publishers Weekly
For the inhabitants of London Lane, a simple slip of paper underneath each of their doors is about to change their lives in a hundred different ways.
URGENT!!! Due to the current situation, building management has decided to impose a seven-day quarantine on all apartment buildings on London Lane.
With nowhere else to go . . .
Ethan and Charlotte wonder whether absence really does make the heart grow fonder when they end up on either side of a locked door.
A fierce debate over pineapple on pizza ignites a series of revelations about Zach and Serena’s four-year relationship.
Liv realizes rolling with the punches is sometimes much harder than it looks after her bridesmaids’ party goes off the rails, leaving the group at each other’s throats.
Isla and Danny’s new romance is put to the test as they jump ten steps ahead on the relationship timeline.
And Imogen and Nate’s one-night stand is about to get six do-overs they never really asked for—not awkward at all.
Through make ups, breakups, love-ins, and blowouts, friendships are tested as everyone scrambles to make it through the week unscathed. Amidst all the drama, one thing remains constant: life is full of surprises.
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|Publisher:||Wattpad WEBTOON Book Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.00(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Beth Reekles is the author of The Kissing Booth series, which inspired the incredibly successful Netflix films. She first published The Kissing Booth on Wattpad in 2010, when she was just fifteen years old, and it accumulated almost twenty million reads before being published in 2012. Lockdown on London Lane is her tenth published book. Beth now works in IT while maintaining her career as an author. She also runs a blog where she talks about life as a twenty-something and offers writing advice. She’s a fan of movies, fan fiction, and musicals.
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