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Solomon knocked it out of the park with this one per usual. The diverse cast, mental health representation, and Seattle setting captured my heart. And her little Easter egg with characters from her last YA book? LOVED IT. So glad to catch up with those characters a bit. 4.5 ⭐️ from me and so many feels
I love Rachel's books because they are all set in Seattle and capture it perfectly. Quinn is very much a Seattle teen trying to find her way and keeps messing up romance, because she can't distinguish between the performative aspects she sees in her parents' wedding business, and the feelings she has for the caterer's son. Perfect summer read!
I absolutely adored Today, Tonight, Tomorrow, so when Rachel posted about this, it was an immediate add to the TBR. I had a long drive, so I bought the audiobook and I don't regret it one bit. I absolutely adored this book! I really related to Quinn and her desire to please her parents, but to also find her thing. I struggled a lot with that in high school and really know where she's coming from. I thought the romance between her and Tarek was so sweet. I thought it was well done plot wise, the pacing was great and it was hard for me to pause the book at any time. I was hooked. I really enjoyed this. I'm not sure if I enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed TTT, but it was really good!
*I will say I am not an own voices reviewer. I suggest reading the own voices reviews for both the OCD rep, Jewish Rep and the Muslim rep in this book.*
This book was a good read. It’s definitely for more mature audiences because it has adult themes, but I really enjoyed it. It was definitely more about the main character’s growth as a person rather than it being a romance. It’s an amazing coming of age story, with great messages and heartwarming yet heartbreaking story arcs and feelings.
I’d recommend this more for actual young adults or older teens, but older adults should read it as well. The messages in it were beautiful and the writing is enduring.
4/5 Rating: I loved learning and growing with the main character. I also was pleasantly surprised that this story was more of a coming of age story for Quinn rather than just pure romance, while there is romance it’s not all too focused on just that. It was very fluffy and cute, but endearing and with great messages about family, relationships, and growing as a young adult.
I was lucky enough to read an early version of this book, and just like TODAY TONIGHT TOMORROW, it’s charming and hilarious and full of heart. Everything I love about a Rachel Lynn Solomon romcom. So good it pulled me out of a huge reading funk in 2020. I can’t recommend it enough!