The Boy Is Back is the latest from Meg Cabot, an author I love, but have not read in a long time. This is a fun and light read just when I needed it most, full of text messages and emails.
Becky Flowers is now a successful relocation specialist who has been asked to help her high school ex-boyfriend's parents move. This request puts her in direct contact with Reed Stewart, a man she has been successfully avoiding for a decade now.
Reed also still has feelings for Becky, and the two find themselves thrown together frequently.
This is just an all-around fun read. I liked how quickly I could read it; the emails and texts make the pages fly by. It did take me a while to get into it, mostly because I wasn't exactly sure who the characters were or their relationships to one another, but once I got into it, I found it hard to put down.
Although I've seen this one advertised as the fourth in Cabot's The Boy series, the other novels I've looked at that fall into this series don't have the same characters as this one, and I feel like this works very much as a stand-alone novel.
Thanks to TLC Book Tours for providing a copy of this book for me to read and review. All opinions expressed are, as always, my own.
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