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Abby signs up for a DNA service and is surprised when she matches to a full unknown sister. Her new sister is also famous on Instagram. They meet but neither can figure out why Savvy, the sister, was given up for adoption. They decide to spend a month at camp and delve into the mystery. Leo, Abby's best friend and secret crush, is the cook's assistant at the camp. I really loved Tweet Cute and this book is fine though the plot is a bit convoluted. There's a lot of miscommunications and odd twists, but it's a sweet story. It's probably meant more for younger readers but I enjoyed it. The characters are realistic and fun, especially the interactions between Abby and Savvy. The adults are confused but doing their best for their children. The relationship between Leo and Abby is also muddled, mirrored by that of Savvy and Micky, but all comes right in the end. A fun and quick read.
4.5 stars This book had such a great feeling, like it kept me warm while I was reading it. It was very wholesome and just a great read.
Abby takes a DNA test for a school project and finds out she has an exact match sister, Savannah, who lives close by. They set up a plan to go to summer camp together to get to know each other and figure out what happened and why Savvy was adopted.
Love a good summer camp setting, the friendships and relationships made there were deep and wholesome, and there was just enough - but not too much or unrealistic - drama. Abby and Leo's friendship was so sweet and meaningful. And it all wrapped up really nicely.
This book was really good, but the printing was not great. There were a few pages that were significantly lighter ink and some pages had missing sentences or words. I picked this book because it was Reese’s YA winter book and it did not disappoint. I would recommend to anyone. It is an easy read filled with laughter and endless entertainment.