New Yorkers Hate Food
Mila Ilkova, author
Iris picks men by how they eat, which puts her in peculiar situations like fast food with a homeless millionaire, or a dinner table full of escorts without realizing she’s thought of one as well. On her search for real, want to spend every moment with you, sit in happy silence love, she serial dates using apps, only to encounter a barrage of men either overly interested in casual sex or alarmingly interested in immediate marriage. But when Sunshine walks through the rotating doors she can’t believe her luck. He’s perfect, she’s perfect, they’re perfect together. And now she has to figure out what it’s like to actually be in a relationship. The solution reveals itself shortly—two of his exes are also on his radar. And so while Iris wishes there were rehabs for recently singles, to detox and recover from amorous addiction, she continues to love, lose, and laugh, and ends up stranded with not one, but two potential in-laws on her way to discovering what it really means to navigate the messy dating world of New York City.