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Rowan and Neil have been academic rivals since their freshman year of high school . . . when Neil won an essay contest. Throughout the years they’ve tried to one-up each other in class projects, student council elections, test scores, and even gym class. After Neil is named valedictorian on their last day of high school, Rowan realizes she has one last chance to beat him—at the senior class assassin/scavenger hunt game. But everything changes when they unexpectedly team up . . .
This 24 hours, rivals-to-lovers rom-com is SO FUN, and I loved every second of it! Even though this takes place on the last day of school, Rachel Lynn Solomon captures Rowan and Neil’s four-year rivalry so clearly. Throughout the novel, there’s lists, emails, and text messages from the present day but also from past that help unfold their story. It felt like I had known these characters for years. Their banter is A+ and I was eagerly waiting for them to finally figure out their feelings and relationship. Today Tonight Tomorrow is also very much a love letter to Seattle, and I loved exploring the city through Rowan and Neil’s eyes as they completed the class scavenger hunt. If you love rivals-to-lovers rom-coms, this is a must-add to your TBRs! Read my full review here.