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Review: Rabi and Matthew by L.A. Witt

Review of Rabi and Matthew by L.A. Witt

A modern retelling of Romeo and Juliet? With gay characters? Muslim vs Christian? Democrat vs Republican? Love vs hate? I am so there! This is what I was thinking after reading the blurb.

Rabi's family and Matthew's families hate each other. Have forever. Why? Neither young man knows why, not sure if anyone knows why. All they know is that their families hate each other, so the two of them cannot, should not, be together. And yet they cannot help themselves, and fall for each other anyway. And set off a horrible set of consequences that are almost too real to be believed in this day and age of so much hate roiling around our country.

I wanted to love this story; unfortunately, I didn't end up loving it. I did end up liking it, for the most part, though. What I like? Rabi and Matthew. They're both so sweet, so oddly innocent, and their love is an insta-love, romantic, fairy tale type of love. What I didn't love? The rest of th…
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