Tell me three things review

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🙋🏼‍♀️ you’ll LOVE tell me three things. It’s the high school version of Kathleen Kelly and Joe Fox. F-O-X. Heads up on some possible triggers. 733 days after Jessie’s mom passed away, her dad up and moves them to LA to be with his new wife (stranger). It was an insta-love, too fast elopement💑. Jessie started her first week of fancy, expensive high school and it’s shaping into a terrible-horrible-no good-very bad 🙈experience. But she receives an anonymous e-mail 📧 from Somebody Nobody (SN). Jessie has no clue who this bizarre alias could be 🤔. I mean she’s new in school. Doesn’t know a single soul. Well, Miss Jessie Holmes definitely flies her nerd flag high, so you best believe she’s going to Sherlock 🕵🏼‍♀️ this situation to figure out 🧐who SN is. TMTT is near and dear to Julie Buxbaum’s ❤️. She identifies with Jessie as she lost her own mom when she was 14. TMTT is a story about the loneliness of first loss and the beauty of first love. Giddy! And you’ll hyper speed read it because you desperately want to find out who SN is. Like deeeesperately. 5/5 recommend!

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