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  • It's AMAZING

    This story was truly amazing. I relate to the characters in a way I didn't think I could. I was surprised by the stunt Scottie pulled to get Irene back, but I love every moment while I read. It's not every day you find a queer story, and I'm glad that I did. Thank you so much for this wonderful book!

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  • Delightful YA Queer RomCom

    She Drives Me Crazy is a queer young adult romantic comedy. Scottie loses her first basketball game of the season. The loss hurts even more than it is to her ex-girlfriend. After the game, she gets in a fender bender with the head cheerleader, Irene, also her nemesis. The accident spurs forced carpooling while Scottie’s car is repaired and then a fake-dating set-up. And you know how fake dating often goes… Three words to describe this book: Delightful. Rich. Heart. Cover: This is a gorgeous bright and vibrant color. I love the emphasis on sports as that is a big theme in this novel. Tropes: So many. Forced proximity, enemies to lovers, opposites attract, and one bed! Character Development: This YA has rich character development of both Scottie and Irene. What I particularly loved is you see them both change and grow from their mistakes. I love the personal development, the relationship development, and the friendships both characters have. The banter between Scottie and Irene was fun to read and felt authentic. I also LOVED Honey Belle. At first, you think she is going to be a ditzy cheerleader, but she shows an amazing amount of emotional intelligence. World-Building: This book is set in a smallish town whose claim to fame is a large Christmas Emporium that is open year-round. The high school mascot is the Fighting Reindeers. Plot & Pacing: I found myself engrossed by this novel and devoured it in two days. I thought the pacing was spot on and kept me engaged. Verdict: Definitely recommend it! This book had a great balance of light and airy along with exploration of self-worth and toxic relationships. ARC was provided to me by Macmillan Children’s Publishing, in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Amazing

    I loved all the twists and turns this book took reccomended for ages 13+

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