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Review- Gemma's Not Sure by Gill Stewart

Note: I received a free arc of this book from NetGalley, in return for an honest review.
Gemma's not sure if she's brave enough to go to her audition, or if she even wants to study music at all. She's definitely not sure forming a band with Lily's hot ex-boyfriend is a good idea.
Jamie's university life isn't like he thought it would be, and he doesn't know what to do about it. One thing he does know is that he wants a reason to bump into Gemma Anderson again.
What I liked:  Jamie's characterization. In the first book, he came across as a bit of a dick but I liked the way the author gave us some insight into his true character and his insecurities.First-person narrative. This probably won't be a big deal for anyone else but in a contemporary novel I love first-person narration. It gives you a better insight into the MC.Multiple POV. Again, not a big deal for most people but most books I read are single POV so it's like a breath of fresh air.What …

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