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Young Adult Fiction 311
Enemies to Lovers!
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Natalie and Reid are lifelong rivals, but when the theater group is in trouble, they're forced to work together. Everything about Reid infuriates Natalie, especially with the way he always tries to one-up her. Their dads are best friends and she hates having to share everything with Reid. When he goes the music route, she settles on theater and loves writing plays.

To save her theater group, Natalie has to throw together the biggest show yet called Melted. To do this, she has to put the past behind them and work with Reid since it'll be a musical. Of course, that's easier said than done. Throughout the story, they butt heads and at times it can be for no appropriate reason. Will they be able to pull of the best musical ever or will Natalie lose her club and her heart?

AS IF ON CUE belongs in the enemies to lovers trope that will appeal to nerds everywhere, especially theater and music nerds. There's a lot of humor in this book and the author invokes so many different emotions as you read. Natalie does get mad very easily and it's something she needs to address because she holds a lot of hate. But it's entertaining to watch the shift from despising someone, to always wanting them around. Throw in Natalie's friends and I didn't want to put it down.

Final Verdict: I would recommend this to fans of contemporary romance in the enemies to lovers trope. It's also a great romance for the nerds of the world!
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