Begin Again synopsis from the publisher:
BEGIN AGAIN by Emma Lord
As usual, Andie Rose has a plan: Transfer from community college to the hyper competitive Blue Ridge State, major in psychology, and maintain her lifelong goal of becoming an iconic self-help figure despite the nerves that have recently thrown her for a loop. All it will take is ruthless organization, hard work, and her trademark unrelenting enthusiasm to pull it all together.
But the moment Andie arrives, the rest of her plans go off the rails. Her rocky relationship with her boyfriend Connor only gets more complicated when she discovers he transferred out of Blue Ridge to her community college. Her roommate Shay needs a major, and despite Andie’s impressive track record of being The Fixer, she’s stumped on how to help. And Milo, her coffee-guzzling grump of an R.A. with seafoam green eyes, is somehow disrupting all her ideas about love and relationships one sleep-deprived wisecrack at a time.
But sometimes, when all your plans are in rubble at your feet, you find out what you’re made of. And when Andie starts to find the power of her voice as the anonymous Squire on the school’s legendary pirate radio station–the same one her mom founded, years before she passed away–Andie learns that not all the best laid plans are necessarily the right ones.
My Thoughts: Begin Again
Have you been craving another Emma Lord novel?
Well book friends I have, and Lord’s latest will not disappoint. Begin Again is just the right kind of New Adult novel that will give you all the feels and have you smiling.
Andie is finally at the college she’s always wanted to attend and has her future planned out as though fate doesn’t have a chance. But her perfectly curated plans fall apart after meeting her cute RA, Milo Flynn and then finds out her boyfriend transferred to her community college. Andie, who is a fix-it and make people happy force of nature, has to come up with a new strategy of putting herself first for a chance at happiness.
A warm hug of a book, Begin Again is about finding your own passion be it a career or a person or both. And Milo Flynn has my complete vote (and heart).
Loved this one!
Happy Reading ~ Cece
RATING: – Exceptionally Inked
|Pub Date||ISBN||Page Count||Publisher||Age Group||Source & Format||Review Posted Online|
|24-Jan-23||978-1250783363||352||Wednesday Books||New Adult||NetGalley, Digital ARC||January 3, 2023|
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