Fans of Crazy Rich Asians author Kevin Kwan won’t have to wait too much longer for his next book.

Doubleday announced it will publish Sex and Vanity, the fourth novel from the Singaporean author, this summer. In a news release, the publisher described the book as “a glittering tale of love and longing as a young woman finds herself torn between two worlds—the WASP establishment of her father’s family and George Zao, a man she is desperately trying to avoid falling in love with.”

Kwan made his literary debut in 2013 with Crazy Rich Asians, a comic romance that quickly became a bestseller. The novel spawned a 2018 blockbuster film starring Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Ken Jeong, and Awkwafina.

He followed that book up with two sequels, China Rich Girlfriend and Rich People Problems, both bestsellers.

Sex and Vanity won’t take place in the same world as Kwan’s first three books, but like its predecessors, it will follow affluent characters. Knopf Doubleday senior editor Jenny Jackson called the book “more outrageously fun than eating lobster in a bathtub while tipsy on Aperol Spritz.” (Apparently a thing that people do?)

“Writing Sex and Vanity has been a dream come true—it’s an idea that has been brewing in my mind for almost a decade and I can’t wait to introduce my readers to all the new characters and their worlds,” Kwan said.

Sex and Vanity is scheduled for publication on July 14.

Michael Schaub is a Texas-based journalist and regular contributor to NPR.