Books from the Backlog is a fun way to feature some of those neglected books sitting on your bookshelf unread. If you are anything like me, you might be surprised by some of the unread books hiding in your stacks.
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This week’s neglected bookMore Than Maybe by Erin Hahn
Published by St. Martin's Publishing Group on July 21, 2020
Genres: Young Adult Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
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Growing up under his punk rocker dad’s spotlight, eighteen-year-old Luke Greenly knows fame and wants nothing to do with it. His real love isn’t in front of a crowd, it’s on the page. Hiding his gift and secretly hoarding songs in his bedroom at night, he prefers the anonymous comfort of the locally popular podcast he co-hosts with his outgoing and meddling, far-too-jealousy-inspiringly-happy-with-his-long-term-boyfriend twin brother, Cullen. But that’s not Luke’s only secret. He also has a major un-requited crush on music blogger, Vada Carsewell.
Vada’s got a five year plan: secure a job at the Loud Lizard to learn from local legend (and her mom’s boyfriend) Phil Josephs (check), take over Phil’s music blog (double check), get accepted into Berkeley’s prestigious music journalism program (check, check, check), manage Ann Arbor’s summer concert series and secure a Rolling Stone internship. Luke Greenly is most definitely NOT on the list. So what if his self-deprecating charm and out of this world music knowledge makes her dizzy? Or his brother just released a bootleg recording of Luke singing about some mystery girl on their podcast and she really, really wishes it was her?
In More Than Maybe, Erin Hahn’s swooniest book yet, Luke and Vada must decide how deep their feelings run and what it would mean to give love a try.
Why did I add More Than Maybe to my bookshelf?
I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book from the publisher but I just didn’t get it read during the trash pile of a year that 2020 was. Plus we bought a house right around the time this book was published so reading just didn’t happen. I really liked the author’s debut novel and loved her most recent novel so I need to work this one in soon. I don’t have a lot of ARCs for the next couple of months so hopefully, I can get a few of these off of my tbr pile.
What are your thoughts? Have you read this book? Would you recommend it?