Frankie and Ezra broke up a decade ago and haven’t spoken since. Yet, they are forced to reunite when their mutual friends get married in their college town on New Year’s Eve. Both have moved on, Frankie as an agent to famous musicians in LA, and Ezra a tech prodigy in New York. Ezra can’t wait to propose to his girlfriend Mimi, but he also can’t help but get caught up in Frankie’s presence and utterly chaotic aura. A drunken night leads to the pair rehashing their bad breakup, but they can’t seem to stay away from one another.
This book was so nostalgic—Ezra’s and Frankie’s reminiscing about their college days brought me back to my own undergraduate memories. The dual timelines really worked for this novel, and I saw how both characters grew, yet their core characteristics remained the same. The last few chapters felt like a warm hug, and I loved how it ended. I was rooting for Ezra and Frankie and felt invested on how their reunion would play out. The side characters were truly entertaining. I enjoyed this one and look forward to reading more from Allison Winn Scotch!
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