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Do Over (Brooks Family Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I'm glad we didn't just hear about the exes, but got to see them in action. Nyla was a piece of work. And Wayne. He worked all my nerves. I read the scene where he calls himself confronting Ella about Tyrone while I was having lunch at my desk. Her response when he asked her what had gotten into her had me struggling not to holler, lol. Well done, Ms. Diamond.
These two were happy for so long, I was wondering where and when the fallout would occur. And when it did, I kinda wanted to smack Ella and Tyrone. But I was proud of Ella for not giving in and trying to be accommodating. And Tyrone for taking a long, hard look at himself and realizing what he was doing.
I think this is the third book Delaney Diamond has put out this year and I'm loving it. She's killing it with the covers, too. Keep doing your thing, ma'am! You are appreciated!
Back to the overall review. Sylvie is one of my favorite motherly fierce characters. Straight no nonsense. It was good her and Oscar's story was entwined as a lesson for Ella to learn from.
The story has so many layers, you appreciate the character and story development. Do Over is worth a third and forth read. Get your book clubs to select this book. You'll be glad you did.