Book Review: Unnecessary Drama

By Nina Kenwood

Pages: 320
Genre: Young Adult, New Adult, Rom-Com
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐¾

This book is a loaner from my sister, who I believe got it as a blind date book from the local bookstore.

If I were to describe this book in three words it would be Melbourne, Questioner, First Love.

That first love could also be, enemies to lovers, or even second chance love. Either way, it’s a charming, laugh-out-loud rom-com.

Brooke is fresh out of high school and moves to Melbourne to further her studies at university.

Moving into a shared house she has just met her new housemate Harper but is yet to meet her second housemate Jeremey.

Except for the fact that Jeremey, is Jesse, her nemesis (but also her first love) from high school.

Unnecessary Drama was a delightful read. Brooke is quirky with all her questions, and anxiety quirks, and always has to have a plan, a list, or a binder of rules. She reminds me a lot of a certain person in my life (my daughter).

It’s a laugh-out-loud romantic comedy, with a series of misunderstandings, and is totally relatable. You’ll fall in love with the characters and all the mishaps along the way.

Thoroughly enjoyed this one. shame it took me way longer to read (me not the book), could have devoured this one in a day.

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