Before the year ends, there are plenty of 2022 romance releases you might have missed. One on my list was You & I, Rewritten by Chip Pons.
While I saw this book months ago, it fell off my radar until recently. As I’m sure my fellow readers can relate, I planned to go to a book signing and wanted to read the book before I went.
However, the book signing ended up getting canceled and I’m still sad about it. Either way, You & I, Rewritten immediately jumped up my TBR and I knew I had to read it as soon as possible if the signing ever got rescheduled and I could go to it.
That’s why it was so easy to add You & I, Rewritten by Chip Pons as this week’s #TBRTrending pick.
This week’s #TBRTrending pick is You & I, Rewritten by Chip Pons.
You & I, Rewritten is such a fitting title for this book. The story begins with Will starting a new job at a publishing house and the bad first impression he gets of Graham who works there but is also the son of the man who owns the company. While the two get off on the wrong foot at first, their romance quickly develops.
While this book is still a romance, a lot of the story is about Will working on a new project that was given to him unsolicited. A majority of the plot is about him working with the author before eventually, finding out the truth about how he is personally connected with the story. Frankly, I was so shocked at how the story played out after that point.
Aside from the interesting plot, I absolutely loved the friendship between Will and his childhood friend turned roommate, Klair. The two had the best banter and it was nice seeing Will have such a great support system. Personally, I’d love to see Klair get her own book although I doubt that will happen.
Honestly, You & I, Rewritten is unlike any other romance novel I’ve read this year and I mean that in the best way. The way Chip Pons crafted this plotline and the romance, was just so unique. Before you pick up this book though, there are a few content warnings which are strained parental relationships, the death of a parent, alcoholism, and talk of PTSD after military service.
You & I, Rewritten was a tough read at times, but everything came together in the end and I absolutely loved the ending. If anything, it makes me even more excited to read Chip Pons’ next book as he recently got an agent. I’m so excited for him and can’t wait to see what this next chapter brings for him. If you haven’t read You & I, Rewritten yet, then this one is a must for your end-of-year TBR.
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