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Something Tragic by Jessica Yeh

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆★ There are some books that hold you in a thrall of emotions that they create long after you’ve finished them. You have emotions...

The Do-Over By Georgia Beers


What if the girl you were crushing on in high school reappears in you live a decade and a half later? What if the erstwhile mean girl cheerleader is interested in you now without knowing who you are? What if you have a chance for wish-fulfilment?

Isabella’s school shuts down in her senior year and she is transferred to another school. The cheerleader-football jockey clique of beautiful people has one Easton Evans on whom a sexually-confused Izzy develops the biggest crush. While not the meanest of the group, Easton wasn’t particularly nice to Izzy either, mocking her with winks and flirtatious kisses blown in her direction.

Fifteen years later, Easton has a seven year old daughter and ha just finalised her divorce. An amicable divorce since Easton is finally embracing her Sapphic side. Izzy, now Bella, reappears in her life as a trainer for a work-related mandatory training. Easton is immediately attracted to the now-completely-unrecognisable Bella and tentatively strikes up a relationship. Bella is unable to tell Easton about their shared history until too much time passes.

This is a low-angst book. The MCs are normal, really nice women. Their attraction is palpable. Everything about the book is smooth and easy making it a decent enough read. 


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