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    Cute Story

    The premise sounding fun and cute and I am a sucker for an MC with a disability. But I just did not love this story, unfortunately. Dovid has a Youtube show called Don't Look Now and is blind. With the help of his twin sister, he travels and reviews food and spaces and pretty much everything. He's got a huge, loyal fan-base and a pretty good life. When his sister shows him a video of Youtuber Sam playing his video game online, he's immediately drawn to his voice, then to his overall adorable personality. The story was so very cute, but it didn't stop there. It was adorable and love-able and the back and forth texting between the two MC's was fun and creative. But it went on and on...and on. It took months before anything happened. Months. And while a slow burn is totally worth the wait, this just was missing that element. One of the characters termed themselves a homoromantic asexual, which was awesome, but there just didn't feel like the loooooong build up to a relationship led anywhere. When they finally were in the same location, there was no apex. I just was hoping for something more... I did really enjoy how supportive and uplifting Dovid was with everything dealing with Sam. He would have followed him to the moon and camped there if Sam asked and that was the best part of this story. Very sweet. At the end there was a very, very sweet HEA that added a lot of bonus points for this reader.
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    Cute and diverse

    This was an enjoyable and cute story that contained a lot of diversity, including disability. I think it was really interesting to read a book about someone who is blind and to get to know more about how it is to live like that. I do have to say that I have no experience, at all, with blindness so I don't know whether the representation is accurate or not. There was a little thing that really started to annoy me. Namely, the repetition when switching between Dovid's and Sam's perspective. I did notice that this slowly disappeared near the ending of the book. Another reason why I gave it three stars was because for me it didn't feel like there was an actual plot. For me it felt like it was just a plain story that wasn't really working towards anything.
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    Romance full of love, acceptance, and YouTube.

    Play It Again can be summed up in three words: An Absolute Delight. I jumped into this book and didn’t emerge until I was finished. To say that I was emotionally involved would be an understatement, because I was in love by Chapter three. I really enjoyed Play It Again and would really recommend this book for anyone looking for an easy read they can sit back a smile down into.
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    Great characters and story

    I really enjoyed this story, the characters drew me in and then I wanted to know what happened to them. The author managed to make me laugh and cry in a story that is not heavy on angst, but all about characters. Nice to see asexual representation too!
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    This was a sweet story that I felt leaned more towards a YA read than a romance. Refreshing in its approach 2 men Dovid and Sam connect online. Dovid along with his outrageous twin Rachel make their living doing a Youtube show. They have a huge following and are very successful. Dovid hears Sam doing an online gaming show and talks Sam up on his own show. Sams followers explode after Dovid's endorsement. My issues with this book was Sam felt almost too innocent. I just can't put it any other way. I felt at times a little confused with Dovid's fascination in Sam. I liked how the author handled Dovid's blindness but everyone seemed assigned a label. Maybe thats what life is but it felt a little forced. Should you read this? Yes I felt it was unique in its own special way. Just don't be expecting the MC's to set off any major fireworks. Not complaining but this is strictly a sweet tender story with heavy on the sugar. I felt for me it was A 3.5 overall.

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