The Guy Most Likely to …Leslie Kelly, Janelle Denison and Julie Leto

The Guy Most Likely to …

Leslie Kelly, Janelle Denison and Julie Leto

Harlequin Blaze, Jun 19 2012, $5.25

ISBN: 9780373796984

 

“Underneath It All” by Leslie Kelly.  Chicago’s Winfield Academy class of 2002 celebrates the tenth anniversary reunion at Celebrations.  Prom queen Lauren Desantos wonders whether the prom king, her boyfriend back at school, Seth Crowder will show up as he failed to back then when he and his family vanished.  Seth has one goal in mind to make up for what he did to Lauren through no fault of his own.

 

“Can’t Get You Out of My Head” by Janelle Denison.  Will Beckman hated high school as a computer geek scholarship student who felt like he left prison once he graduated.  However, though he could not care one iota about the rich bullies he went to school with, he decides to go to the tenth reunion because of nice cheerleader Ali Seaver.  When Will arrives, all the girls who shunned him back then thinks he is hot and his wealth enhances their acceptance of him that he rejects.  He makes it clear he came to see Ali, owner of Paper Bliss Designs, as he hurt her in their senior year while her former boyfriend Tim Delgado remains the same barbaric bully he was as a teen. 

 

“A Moment Like This” by Julie Leto.  Scott “Rip” Ripley was the school’s bad boy; Erica Holt was the school good girl.  They were attracted to one another but neither could make that first move.  Now ten years later at the reunion, she plans to ride Rip.

 

These are three fun contemporary second chances at love romances as the adults do what their teen selves could not.

 

Harriet Klausner

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