Book Review: OyMG by Amy Feller Dominy

Jewish girl. Christian camp. Holy moly.

Ellie Taylor loves nothing better than a good argument. So when she gets accepted to the Christian Society Speech and Performing Arts summer camp, she’s sure that if she wins the final tournament, it’ll be her ticket to a scholarship to the best speech school in the country. Unfortunately, the competition at CSSPA is hot-literally. His name is Devon and, whether she likes it or not, being near him makes her sizzle. Luckily she’s confident enough to take on the challenge-until she begins to suspect that the private scholarship’s benefactor has negative feelings toward Jews. Will hiding her true identity and heritage be worth a shot at her dream?

Debut author Amy Fellner Dominy mixes sweet romance, surprising secrets, and even some matzo ball soup to cook up a funny yet heartfelt story about an outspoken girl who must learn to speak out for herself.

This is going to be a quick review since I don’t want to give any spoilers.  OyMG was such a fun cute clean story! I really enjoyed it. Great characters and a great message make this a book I would recommend. Loved Ellie’s grandfather! I laughed out loud many times and was proud of Ellie by the end of the book.  Whether you are Jewish, Christian or something else this book is sure to be a hit for those who enjoy clean contemporary stories.

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Content: Clean

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