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    Loved it! Really Sweet and Enjoyable YA Romance!

    Actual Rating 4.5 Stars Tell Me Three Things is such a cute and entertaining contemporary YA story. I burned through it pretty quickly, and had a hard time putting this one down when I had to do actual adulting. I really enjoyed the characters and romance, but I felt like the author did an excellent job dealing with the subject of grief as well. Several of the characters are dealing with the loss of a loved one in very different ways, which made the emotions more realistic and compelling. I found most, if not all, of the characters perfectly imperfect. Each had some issue or baggage, but again, that made them more likable and realistic. Being a teenager and navigating the gauntlet of high school is daunting, but throw in being the new girl at an ultra elite high school and adjusting to a new home life and it's downright terrifying. I loved watching Jessie shine (and stumble) her way through. I thought Theo provided some wonderful comic relief, but I also enjoyed the development of his bond and relationship with Jessie. Dri, Agnes, and Scarlett were great friends to Jessie and I liked how true Scarlett stayed to Jessie (even with the physical distance) and called her out when their friendship was strained. Ethan and Liam were both cute in their own ways, even though Ethan was more broody and dark at times. I was definitely rooting for one guy over the other, but both were good romantic interests for Jessie. Our mystery guy, Somebody/Nobody (SN), was adorable. I loved the playful back and forth between Jessie and SN and found myself grinning and smiling whenever they interacted. The fact that their relationship developed without anything physical actually occurring was refreshing and wonderful. I really enjoyed that they connected on an intellectual level and that their unconventional way of getting to know each other allowed them to be more frank and honest with each other. Although the book mainly revolves around finding out the identity of SN, it really wasn't that hard to figure out, which is why I didn't rate this book 5 stars. This fact didn't make the book any less enjoyable though and the author does try to throw you off the scent a few times. If you're looking for a funny and sweet contemporary YA romance, I definitely recommend Tell Me Three Things!
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