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Rebound (The Pentagon Book 1) by Rosemary Rey Review

Hey ForeverBookers, 
How are you all doing today? I hope you’re well! 
I’ve just finished rereading Rebound by Rosemary Rey and I loved it! From recollection I loved it the first time I read it as well, about 5 years ago. 

5 Stars!
I read this for a few readathons:
For Reading Rivalry - A book I think should be a movie - I’d love to see this play out on television, actually but a movie is close enough. 
For Litwits - A love story - that’s the central plot of Rebound and the whole Pentagon trilogy. 
Literary Love Affair - Soulmate Love - Perla and Matt are what I class as realistic soulmates.
Popsugar Reading Challenge 2019 - A book by an author whose first and last names start with the same letter - Rosemary Rey. 
Rebound is set in America and is about an almost 30 year old woman, Perla Mercurio and a doctor, Matthias Keene who have a very passionate they fall in love??? You’ll have to read to find out...
Rebound is a very character centric novel. Not much happens plot wise, apart f…
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Hi ForeverBookers, 
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4.5 Stars!
I read “Wild King” for a few readathons...
Popsugar 2019 Reading Challenge - A book with multiple character POV’s. I go into this in the review itself but briefly it’s told from both Clara and Alexander’s perspectives. 
Reading Rivalry - I didn’t finish it within the specified time for this to count, unfortunately but I got page count points. 
Litwits - again, I didn’t finish it for this unfortunately.
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4.5 Stars!
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Hey ForeverBookers,
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