Doing It Over – book review

Doing It Over
Catherine Bybee
Release Date:  April 19, 2016
Publisher:  Montlake Romance
Contemporary Romance M/F
Book #1 in the Most Likely To series
Number of Pages:  334
Kindle Edition
Source:  Kindle Lending Library
Rating:  R
Read 6/24/17 to 6/26/17

I really love the friendships in this story.  As someone who moved away from home just after high school, I can attest to having those particular friends that you pick back up with like no time has passed.  Not only do those old friendships move this story, the other townsfolk bring a lot of warmth and love to the overall story.

The whole beginning of this book is beyond cute.  Sure, I could feel sympathize with Melanie’s frustration.  But the scene where Wyatt meets Melanie’s daughter was so fun.  If you have kids or nieces or nephews, you will totally be able to see one of the youngsters you know in that position.  Lots of fun!

Catherine Bybee did a great job of getting me interested in the rest of the town and wanting to read their stories without feeling like the main story was being put on hold.  Plus, the chemistry between Wyatt and Melanie was great and seemed perfectly natural and comfortable.

A little more than halfway through this story and things get intense.  It goes from a sweet romance featuring a single mom to mystery.  This story can be predictable, but the why part of it all kept me guessing for a while.  Plus, the snippets of action kept it engaging.

I’m looking forward to the next in this series.  I’m already half-way in love with Luke and would really like to see his story with Zoe play out.

4 stars

About Cheri

I'm the mom of two boys and wife to my high school sweetheart. Our oldest, Josh, is living at home while working and paying off student loans. Our youngest, Griffin recently left his active duty Army job and is now National Guard here at home. He moved back to Michigan with his wife Kirsten and our beautiful granddaughter Hazel. I work part time and try to fit as much reading into my life as possible.
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