Dear Delilah by Tamsyn Bester – Review

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Rating – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This is a pretty typical New Adult romance novel about two friends developing feelings for each other and figuring out how to deal with them. It wouldn’t be half as entertaining if they actually talked about their feelings, though, would it?

Savannah is interning at her university’s newspaper office, where she meets Nathan, who witnesses her kicking the shit out of a printer. The two become best friends before their feelings for each other grow.

(Also, I’ve always wanted to know; do American schools actually have their own newspapers? That’s fucking wild)

He runs out after sex, she’s heartbroken, he pines for her. It’s exactly as angsty as it sounds. And it takes a sex column in the paper they work on to bring them together.

Savannah and Nathan were pretty average main characters, but the main star of the show is Nathan’s little sister Zoey. Every time she spoke I felt like fist bumping.

My copy did need a good edit, but it wasn’t anything major that distracted from the story, just a wrong word or spelling here and there that threw me off my game. But it’s an arc, so I’m not too bothered.

*Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with a copy of this book*

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