The Boy is Back by Meg Cabot


Reviewed by Emily Terasa (Library Staff)

The Boy Is Back by Meg Cabot is a quick, light, enjoyable romance. Told in emails, letters, texts, etc. the story follows pro golfer Reed Stewart and his journey to his hometown after his parents are caught in a scandal. His old girlfriend, Becky Flowers, is the only one who can help his parents, but Reed left her ten years ago without a word, so it might be a little awkward asking for her help. But he needs to help his family, so he is willing to bury the hatchet if Becky will as well.

I really enjoyed this book because it was fun to read. Personally, I love when books are written in different formats, like letters or text messages. I find it faster to read and it just gives something different than the typical novel. Meg Cabot has written four novels in this format now, and I have loved all of them. If you are looking for a light, fun read, this is the book for you.

Located in Adult Fiction (FIC CABOT)

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