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Most Likely Review ☆ 2 Ù From the creator of the hit TV series The Bold Type comes an empowering and heartfelt novel about a future female president's senior year of high school Ava CJ Jordan and Martha listed in alphabetical order out of fairness have been friends since kindergarten Now they're in their senior year facing their biggest fears about growingN the horizon One of these girls is destined to become the president of the United States The mystery of course is which girl gets the gig Is it Ava the picture perfect artist who's secretly struggling to figure out where she belongs Or could it be CJ the one who's got everything figured outexcept how to fix her terrible SAT scores Maybe it's Jordan the group's resident journalist wh. Why can’t I be one of those people who things come easily to Because those people are usually assholesThis started off really slow but it ended up being really enjoyable

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From the creator of the hit TV series The Bold Type comes an empowering and heartfelt novel about a future female president's senior year of high school Ava CJ Jordan and Martha listed in alphabetical order out of fairness have been friends since kindergarten Now they're in their senior year facing their biggest fears about growing up and growing apart But there's than just college o. Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestThis was an okay book I hate reviewing okay books because I don't have a lot of feelings about them one way or the other and often end up doing some skimming even though they aren't bad They're just okay And a little bornMOST LIKELY has a great premise You see a girl all grown up and successful as a woman and then the rest of the book is about her senior year of high school and the changes that put her on the inspiring path she's on and the relationships that paved her lifeIt's kind of like a feminist version of THE SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS Ava CJ Jordan and Martha all met when they were young in a park over the summer and stayed friends well into their senior year of high school Now exploring relationships and college options as well as other major life changes they're all in a highly transitional phase that will change their friendships and indeed their whole livesAll the girls were pretty bland imo Even though all their stories were well crafted and they had REAL ISSUES their voices felt pretty interchangeable Maybe it would have helped if they were written in first person instead of third personAlso how sad is it that the author envisions a female president in the future but still plays it up that the heroine had to take her husband's name for people to vote for her That's kind of depressingI liked the ending though Thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review 25 stars

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Most LikelyO knows she's ready for than their small Ohio suburb can offer And don't overlook Martha who will have to overcome all the obstacles that stand in the way of her dreams This is the story of four best friends who have one another's backs through every new love breakup stumble and success proving that great friendships can help young women achieve anythingeven a seat in the Oval Office. Powerful story about the importance of friendship and being true to yourselfThank you to the publisher for trusting me with an ARC FRTC I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for my honest reviewPicture it four life long friends are getting ready to start their Senior Year of high school but know their lives will go different directions after graduation They have always had each other for support since they were in kindergarten They will always be best friends if not sisters but knowing their lives will change will be difficultThe most interesting part of this story is that the story opens clearly stating that one of the four friends Ava CJ Jordan and Martha their names must always be in alphabetical order for fairness will become President of the United States Which one will it be Is it Ava the struggling artist with a dark secret; CJ the one who feels she isn’t good enough but tries so very hard; Jordan the one who wants to be a hard hitting journalist; or Martha the one who has been dealt a rough hand in life and has some tough hurdles ahead of her As the story unfolds you always think you know who will becoming President but Watson threw some marvelous red herrings to trip me upThe ending was a bit of a surprise but felt a little too convenient I don’t meant to turn anyone off with that comment only state that I know what I enjoy as a reader and this ending was nice but not really what I was hoping for The story overall was a light and uick read Watson was able to take four characters and make me become invested in their character arcs so that counts big in my world They felt like flushed out and flawed characters ones I could find myself being friends with in real life I was connected to them and wanted to be with them on their journey