My Crazy (Sick) Love
Amanda Loeb is a single, intelligent New York City attorney coming up on the eve of her thirtieth birthday. With a stable job, circle of supportive friends, and close relationships with her mother and sister, one detail sets Amanda apart: she is a hypochondriac. Her medicine cabinet is home to a stock of medications sourced from an actively managed A-Z list of the best doctors in New York City.
When Amanda meets Brian Marshall, a handsome and charismatic restaurant owner, her heart beats in undiagnosable somersaults. As their relationship develops, Amanda learns the intricacies and complications love brings may be the cure-all she needs to free herself from the affliction—for the rest of her life.
Drica Pinotti, a Brazilian-born author, has been taking the literary world by storm with her witty perception of the modern female. She has fifteen books published in Brazil and Portugal. She began to write in 2001, when she released her first hit: De Menina a Mulher (From Girl to Woman). This book and its colloquial language brought the author close to her readers and kicked off a series of four books. The De Menina a Mulher series was a huge hit among critics and the public, immediately winning over teens in Brazil and Portugal.
All Drica's books have been re-released in Brazil by Editora Rocco and Grupo Record Editorial. Her work has also been adapted for TV in partnership with TVCultura in Brazil. Drica created characters for the cartoon Jujubas (inspired on her books). She is now debuts in America with her first romantic comedy, a hilarious New York fairytale titled My Crazy (Sick) Love.