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Megan Harper is the girl before...just like Rosaline from Romeo and Juliet. Every one of Megan’s relationships has ended the same way - her ex replaces her with someone perfect. But instead of crying over every breakup, Megan spends her time on her two passions: pursuing her next fling and directing theater.
She hates the spotlight, and she’s hoping to fulfill her college program’s acting requirement in the smallest role possible. But then, Megan’s theater teacher casts her to play none other than Juliet in her school’s production of Romeo and Juliet - and she meets Owen Okita, an aspiring playwright. In exchange for Megan’s help writing a play, Owen agrees to help Megan catch the eye of a hot hipster stagehand.
Between rehearsing and contending with her dad’s plans to move with Megan’s pregnant stepmom to New York, Megan begins to realize Owen - thoughtful, unconventional, and utterly unlike her exes - might be the Romeo she never expected. Better yet, with him, she might finally be a Juliet
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- Natasha Whitaker
This was such a great story. I loved Megan and Owen together so much! They perfectly balanced each other's personalities with Owen reminding Megan that she is amazing and shouldn't sell herself short, and Megan bringing Owen out of his shell and encouraging him with writing his play. There was something I did have an issue with however. I wasn't super thrilled with how fast Megan wanted to have sex because she was afraid of losing another boyfriend. It just seemed a little desperate and I wish she respected herself more. (I also love that Owen is the one to teach her to respect herself more!)
Also, for those who scan reviews to see how steamy a book is before trying it, (I do this all the time) there is a sex scene but it was very mild and not at all graphic. And just a few f-bombs towards the end. I would definitely recommend this book!
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