Triple Love Score: a novel


ISBN: 978-1-942545-40-8
304 Pages, 5.25 x 8
$14.99 Paperback
Pub Date: Sept. 2016

“Intriguing...more substance than many mainstream romance novels ... a decided Bridget Joenes's Diary feel.” —PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

“An entertaining romance novel, an engrossing plot, a conflicted heroine, and a couple of surprising, poignant takeaways.” —KIRKUS REVIEWS

“An entertaining romance novel with an engrossing plot, a conflicted heroine, and a couple of surprising, poignant takeaways.” —FOREWORD REVIEWS




Brandi Megan Granett

Brandi Megan Granett is an author, archer, and writing mentor. In addition to Triple Love Score, she is the author of My Intended (Morrow, 2000). Her short fiction appeared in Pebble Lake Review, Folio, Pleiades, and other literary magazines and is collected in the volume, Cars and Other Things That Get Around. She has a BA from the University of Florida, an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College, and a PhD from Aberystwyth University Wales.

When she is not writing or teaching or mothering, she will be flinging arrows on the archery range.











Triple Love Score is about a poetry professor who stumbles into fame as an anonymous online Scrabble® poet.

So, what happens when you stop playing games?

When playing-by-the-rules poet Miranda Shane throws out convention and begins to use a Scrabble® board instead of paper, she sets off a chain of events that rattles her carefully planned world. Her awakening propels her to take risks and seize those chances she previously let slip by, including a game-changing offer from the man who got away. When the revelation of an affair with a graduate student threatens the new life Miranda created, she is forced to decide between love and poetry.


“Triple Love Score is a charming mash-up of viral poetry, relatable characters, and slow-simmering romance. Brandi Megan Granett explores how doing the unexpected might lead to what you had always wanted.”
— Amy E. Reichert, author of The Coincidence of Coconut Cake and Luck, Love, & Lemon Pie

“Combustible romance and fame slather a sexy gloss over more complex issues of familial love and true accomplishment for Granett’s cast of endearing characters. An entertaining and perceptive story of our times.”
—Kathryn Craft, award-winning author of The Far End of Happy and The Art of Falling