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Delilah Green Doesn't Care: A swoon-worthy, laugh-out-loud queer romcom

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I imagine that's how Claire felt as well, but just generally, though it's part of them, I wasn't really interested in the fleshing out of the difficulties of being a co-parents to a man who is horrible, yet your child's favourite. i loved this book even more, this time around; i guess any book is nice if you read it with someone you deeply care about, but delilah green doesn't care is objectively a cute, entertaining and impossibly steamy novel that my heart can't help but recognise as one of my absolute favorites of the genre.

Delilah had been back to Bright Falls five or six times in the past twelve years-a few Christmases and Thanksgivings, a funeral when her favorite art teacher had died. It meant that both narrators would experience a scene entirely differently so it was really fun switching between POV’s.Delilah was such a quirky, bold and outgoing character, but she had a vulnerable side for sure and my heart utterly broke for her upbringing and the effect it had on her. The main characters were multidimensional and complex - they have plenty of flaws and sometimes you want to scream at them, but overall they felt relatable and real. I'm very, very queer," Delilah whispered, releasing the words slowly while her bottom lip brushed the shell of Claire's ear.

Claire's body shifted with her until they were standing right in front of each other, her lower back pressed against the quartz. In this case, the writing style didn’t work for me and I found it a bit hard to concentrate on the story and really get into it. All of that said, I thought Delilah and Claire had a lot of chemistry, and I actually loved Astrid's character from the start, so I'm very eager to read the next book and see her get the love she deserves. Ashley Herring Blake draws her characters with such beautiful, loving depth, and infinite compassion for the many ways relatives and friends can both hurt and heal each other.Ashley Herring Blake is the author of the young adult novels Suffer Love, How to Make a Wish , and Girl Made of Stars (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), and the middle grade novels Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World , The Mighty Heart of Sunny St. She squeezed her eyes closed tight, then opened them and stared up at the ceiling, which was covered with those glow-in-the-dark star stickers. other than making the book pointlessly long and overwritten, it also felt really condescending and corny. At the same time, she's dealing with a growing crush on one of Astrid's bridesmaids, and quickly realises that Astrid's life (and upcoming wedding) may not be as perfect as they seem.

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