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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Grey

You, with a View, Jessica Joyce

Story Blurb

Two high school enemies must reunite for a road trip inspired by their grandparents’ broken engagement in this electric debut romance.

Noelle Shepard is unemployed, living with her parents, and grieving the loss of her beloved grandmother when she discovers decades-old photos of Gram and a smitten man, tucked alongside a love letter. She creates a TikTok to search for the mystery man, which goes viral, and she’s shocked when his grandson responds—a man who happens to be her high school nemesis, Theo Spencer.

Noelle refuses to let Theo’s annoying accomplishments in adulthood—or his sexy smirk—stand in the way of meeting his grandfather and unlocking the secrets he knew about her gram as a young woman. When she learns that their plans to elope were thwarted, Noelle decides to take the honeymoon road trip they planned but never got to carry out. There’s a catch, though: Paul, Theo's grandfather, asks to come with her, and he insists that Theo join them.

It’ll be a miracle if they make it through the trip without Noelle throwing Theo out of the moving car—or the bed they end up sharing. As the miles tick by, the tension simmers hotter between them...until she discovers that Theo’s hiding a secret that could cause their tenuous relationship to end before it can restart.

My Thoughts/Opinion

Hit the jackpot with this one! Holy cow, the feels!!! There are so many things I loved about this book. So many parallels and so much depth to these characters and the layers of the plot. Do NOT miss this book. If you love a strong-plot enemies-to-lovers, with so much depth of emotion, this is a fantastic choice. If you read it, let me know your thoughts!

Favorite Quote/Scene: I don't think our truce included him running his hands up my thighs, his thumbs tracing the inside with the perfect pressure.

"What's the game called?" he murmurs. "From last night?"

"Tell me a secret," I manage, my heart in my throat.

His jaw ticks. "So, tell me one."

I don't want to admit it, but it's the elephant in the room. His thumbs are inches from the spot throbbing worse than my knee.

"I wouldn't stop you if you kissed me right now." I say it quietly in case he changes his mind, but his eyes darken, pupils dilating. He doesn't move, though his mouth parts like he can already taste it. "Now you."

His breath dances over my lips. "If I kissed you right now, I wouldn't stop."

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