Love Somebody Rachel Roasek

Does anyoe else get through the new year excitement and then immediately start gearing up for Valentines Day & celebrating all the love stories? No? Just Me?

I am a total sucker for romance, and adore Valentines Day, so for me it’s all about celebrating my bookish galentines and using it as an excuse to read all the romance I can! Thanks to TURN THE PAGE TOURS for having me on this tour, and I hope you’ll jump over to check out the other posts on the schedule HERE

About the Book:

Book Title: Love Somebody

Author: Rachel Roasek

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Release Date: January 11th, 2022

Genres: YOUNG ADULT FICTION—Contemporary, Romance

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Synopsis:

A sparkling YA debut rom-com about a popular high-school girl, her ex-boyfriend-turned-best-friend, and the girl they both fall for–perfect for fans of Becky Albertalli or Casey McQuiston.

Sam Dickson is a charismatic actress, ambitious and popular with big plans for her future. Ros Shew is one of the smartest people in school–but she’s a loner, and prefers to keep it that way. Then there’s Christian Powell, the darling of the high school soccer team. He’s not the best with communication, which is why he and Sam broke up after dating for six months; but he makes up for it by being genuine, effusive, and kind, which is why they’re still best friends.

When Christian falls for Ros on first sight, their first interaction is a disaster, so he enlists Sam’s help to get through to her. Sam, with motives of her own, agrees to coach Christian from the sidelines on how to soften Ros’s notorious walls. But as Ros starts to suspect Christian is acting differently, and Sam starts to realize the complexity of her own feelings, their fragile relationships threaten to fall apart.

This fresh romantic comedy from debut author Rachel Roasek is a heartfelt story about falling in love–with a partner, with your friends, or just with yourself–and about how maybe, the bravest thing to do in the face of change is just love somebody.


The multi POV of this one made the book for me, I absolutely loved the pacing this writer created as we got to know all of these characters.

Author Bio:

Rachel Roasek received her BA from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2017, with a degree in Drama and two minors in Sign Language and Anthropology. When not coming up with fictional worlds, she works as both a voice actor and stage technician. She currently lives in Raleigh with a few dying plants and her dog, Lupe.

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