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Beachesnbooks
Kiss Her Once for Me | Alison Cochrun
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Belated December tbr! 📚📚📚

KCorter Ooh, How to Be Eaten was in my top 10 for this year. I hope you love it! 4h
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LittlebearReads
Kiss Her Once for Me | Alison Cochrun
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Pickpick

A sweet lil‘ queer romance from #botm, Cochrun also manages to add depth and a discussion of failure/fear of failure that feels deeply relevant and provides interesting societal critique in a title that could otherwise feel lacking in plot and originality.

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Julsmarshall
Kiss Her Once for Me | Alison Cochrun
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#BOTM has arrived! So excited for both of these!

Graciouswarriorprincess I got the same books! 7h
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oliviascrimo

Whippoorwill Book Award
July 7th, 2020
After a bad car accident Maia and Chris seem to always be running into each other, even if they don‘t want to. Both are going through a lot and never thought that they would be in a place to fall in love.

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Victoriahoperose
Under the Rainbow | Celia Laskey
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Pickpick

This was definitely not what I expected, but it was excellent and a book I think everyone should read. It really shows a side to the struggles of the LGBTQ community that is dark, but important to see. Each chapter was a different character and perspective and I thought this was done perfectly. I was hoping for more at the end. It felt a little rushed, but overall, I thought this was really well written and interesting.

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DebinHawaii
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Pickpick

This was a delightful book that I wasn‘t expecting to love as much as I did. It‘s tagged as cozy fantasy in a lot of places & I believe it delivers. Although there is some tension & drama, the characters are so likable, the angst comes from hoping things work out for Viv, an Orc trying to get out of the mercenary for hire business, fulfills her dream of opening a coffee shop (something new & gnomish). Maybe it‘s the former Starbucks partner in ⬇️

DebinHawaii …me, but I loved reading about how Viv & Thandri, her sucubus assistant introduce espresso/coffee, lattes & iced coffees to the working class. When Thimble the ratkin starts baking pastries cinnamon rolls, biscotti & chocolate croissants it brings back memories of the early days. In any case, I loved the themes of starting over, following your passions & found family & will add this to my favorites of 2022. 💚 14h
wanderinglynn I‘ve been reading so many good things about this book. It‘s definitely going to the top of my TBR wishlist! 14h
DebinHawaii P.S. I put this on my #jolabokaflodswap list & tried to hold out reading it, but my library e-book hold came in quicker than I thought. If my match bought it, I‘d be perfectly happy owning a copy. 🤗 14h
DebinHawaii @wanderinglynn It was really good! I hear the audiobook is great too! 14h
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OriginalCyn620
A Merry Little Meet Cute | Julie Murphy, Sierra Simone
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Pickpick

I can see how this wouldn‘t be everyone‘s cup of tea, but I enjoyed it. Christmas mixed with quite a bit of spice! There was great #lgbtqia+ representation, and though it was too neatly wrapped up in a bow, I did like the ending. I won‘t say why because spoilers! #LittensLoveRomance

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DieAReader 🥳🥳🥳 16h
peanutnine Nice! My library hold finally came in for this one, I look forward to reading 💖🎄 15h
ozma.of.oz I love that cover! 12h
Andrew65 Sounds good, we‘ll done 🎄🎄🎄 8h
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Bookfan1414
Delilah Green Doesn't Care | Ashley Herring Blake
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Pickpick

Where‘s my sapphic romance like this one?! I‘m feeling left out of the sapphic love here! 10/10 this book is something beautiful.

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BekaReid
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Perfect way to end a busy day

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Hcecrle

Something like gravity is a young adult fiction book about a transgender boy finding love. A car accident brings the two teens together and even though they both experience life-changing events throughout the process, they seem to never want to be apart. I would recommend this story to young adults as it is a chapter book and maybe a more complex text for kids. Published in 2019.