Blog Tour: Unnecessary Drama

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Unnecessary Drama, Nina Kenwood’s sophomore novel, is out this week! Flatiron Books invited me to be a part of the blog tour celebrating the book’s release, so I’m excited to share what you can expect in this rom-com.

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Do you see any of your favorite tropes? If so, you’re going to want to run to your nearest bookstore this week to pick up a copy of Unnecessary Drama!

Unnecessary DramaAbout Unnecessary Drama

Release Date: August 8, 2023
Find it: GoodreadsBookshopBarnes & Noble, Amazon

From the award-winning author of It Sounded Better in My Head comes a deliciously entertaining enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy about two high school nemeses who end up sharing a house together their first year of college.

Eighteen-year-old Brooke is the kind of friend who not only remembers everyone’s birthdays, but also organizes the group present, pays for it, and politely chases others for their share. She’s the helper, the doer, the maker-of spreadsheets. She’s the responsible one who always follows the rules―and she plans to keep it that way during her first year of college.

Her student housing only has one rule: “no unnecessary drama.” Which means no fights, tension, or romance between roommates. When one of them turns out to be Jesse, her high-school nemesis, Brooke is determined she can handle it. They’ll simply silently endure living together and stay out of each other’s way. But it turns out Jesse isn’t so easy to ignore.

With Unnecessary Drama, Nina Kenwood perfectly captures the experience of leaving home for the first time, dealing with the unexpected complications of life, and somehow finding exactly what you need.

Nina Kenwood About Nina Kenwood


Nina Kenwood is an award-winning author living in Melbourne. Her debut YA novel, It Sounded Better in My Head, won the Text Prize and was a finalist for the American Library Association’s William C Morris Award, a CBCA notable book, as well as being shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards, the Queensland Literary Awards, the Russell Prize for Humour Writing, the Indie Book Awards and the Australian Book Industry Awards. It Sounded Better in My Head has been published in six languages, and optioned for film. Nina’s second book, Unnecessary Drama, is out now.

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