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Tour: The Do-Over by Jennifer Honeybourn

The Do-Over
Jennifer Honeybourn
Published by: Swoon Reads
Publication date: July 14th 2020
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult

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In The Do-Over, a teenage girl gets the chance to redo her past in this smart and charming YA novel by the author of When Life Gives You Demons, Jennifer Honeybourn.

Emelia has always wanted to fit in with the A crowd. So, when Ben, the hottest guy in school, asks her out, she chooses him over Alistair, her best friend—even after he confesses his feelings to her.

Six months later, Emilia wonders how her life would have been different if she’d chosen Alistair instead. Haunted by her mistake, she finds a magical solution that promises to rectify the past. As a result, everything in her life is different.

Different, but not better.

What happens if her second chance is her only chance to make things right?


About the Author

Jennifer Honeybourn works in corporate communications in Vancouver, British Columbia. She’s a fan of British accents, Broadway musicals, and epic, happily-ever-after love stories. If she could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, she’d have high tea with Walt Disney, JK Rowling, and her nana. She lives with her husband, daughter and cat in a house filled with books. Wesley James Ruined My Life is her first novel.

The Tour

July 13th
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July 14th
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TheBookNerdDiaries >> Excerpt
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Viviana MacKade >> Guest post
Just Because Reviews  >> Review

July 15th
Valerie Ullmer | Romance Author  >> Excerpt
Stuck In Books >> Excerpt
Tiggy’s Books >> Excerpt

July 16th
Reading Tonic >> Guest post
The Eclectic Review >> Review
Kait Plus Books >> Interview
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July 17th
Twirling Book Princess >> Excerpt
Bookish Jottings >> Review
The Heart of a Book Blogger  >> Guest post
Cranky The Book Curmudgeon >> Review