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Tell Me Again

Tell Me Again - Michelle Major Oh man, did I want to enjoy this book. And before I get into it, the writing is fine and perfectly readable. It's the characters that present the biggest problem for me. Sam got 'out' early to get away from a less than stellar homelife, leaving behind a twin sister and Trevor, her ... admirer? Some 13 odd years later she returns home one night to find the daughter of her twin sister, the daughter that Sam knew nothing about, waiting for her. Grace thinks Sam is her mother. And Trevor, the past love interest?, is her father.

Sounds interesting enough. Except Sam and Trevor do not act like 30-something adults. A little banter is fun, a lot of childish bickering and name calling is not. I just could not want these two to get together.

I'd be interested in giving Michelle Major's writing another shot, but this book just did not work for me.

*A free copy of this book was provided by netgalley/the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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