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Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 15 June 2021
I went into this one expecting a YA romance, but what I read was far more angsty than I expected. I wouldn’t call this as a romance novel, but a YA fiction because it focused more on Rob and Maegan’s family and peer issues. Maegan’s relationship with her sister reminded me of Hani and Nikhita from Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating. I liked how she stood up for Samantha when was almost on the verge of breaking down in public. She took her out when she needed to escape their parents questions and sat with her when she need someone besides her. Rob and Maegan were so similar in many ways. Their late night homework sessions were filled with coffee and family talks. The amount of regret these two carried was almost palpable. In a nutshell, Call It What You Want is a story of two teens trying to learn from their mistakes and finding love and hope in a world filled with guilt and regrets.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Heartwarming Story
Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 15 June 2021
I went into this one expecting a YA romance, but what I read was far more angsty than I expected. I wouldn’t call this as a romance novel, but a YA fiction because it focused more on Rob and Maegan’s family and peer issues. Maegan’s relationship with her sister reminded me of Hani and Nikhita from Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating. I liked how she stood up for Samantha when was almost on the verge of breaking down in public. She took her out when she needed to escape their parents questions and sat with her when she need someone besides her. Rob and Maegan were so similar in many ways. Their late night homework sessions were filled with coffee and family talks. The amount of regret these two carried was almost palpable. In a nutshell, Call It What You Want is a story of two teens trying to learn from their mistakes and finding love and hope in a world filled with guilt and regrets.
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