Book Reviews, Romance  |  03.23.2020

Catch Twenty-Two by Marie James (Book Review)

⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4 Stars)

Holy mother of teen angst…
This book has everything I love in a good high-school bully romance.
You have the sweet heroine that is extremely kind but is also smart and has a backbone.
You have the ridiculously charming hero who is a douche, but then sweet, but then terrible, but then amazing, and just keeps giving you such a whiplash.

I couldn’t put this down and read it in one sitting.

My first book from Marie James was the first book in this series One-Eighty, and I was very pleasantly surprised by her writing. Coming into the second book I had so many questions. Catch Twenty-Two opens in the same timeline that One-Eighty is happening and then moves forward a few more months after Book 1 finishes.

This time around we follow Frankie and Zeke. In the first part, Frankie is visiting her grandma’s ranch, and Zeke along with his dad are helpers in the property. Then, a series of events leads to Zeke moving in with Frankie’s family as she goes back home to Westover, Colorado – joining Piper and Dalton in Westover Prep.

And it’s so angsty and soo dramatic, but SO good. I’m utterly invested in these characters and can’t wait to keep reading more about them.

ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review

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