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

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

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

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had pushed her onto a very posh white couch and slid Delilah's underwear off, tossing it over her own bare shoulder. As much as I enjoyed the romance in this book, I think I actually found the development of Astrid and Delilah's relationship more compelling. Delilah Green Doesn't Care is the dreamy, steamy, utterly satisfying answer to your craving for an outcast-and-former-mean-girl romance.

This tender story of growth and change is about becoming a person your younger self can be proud of. What starts off as a ploy to break up Astrid and her atrocious fiancé becomes a much deeper exploration of love, self-worth, and family. Claire’s issues were more interesting to me than Delilah’s, I just didn’t really care about the sister/ step sister drama.But her step sister, Astrid, is getting married and hired Delilah as the photographer, so she’s going back home for 2 weeks. So more than Delilah and Claire, it was the story of Delilah and Astrid that I found the most compelling and well crafted, and how we sometimes need somebody to help us bridge our differences to make not only our love life but our family life happier. Delilah nodded and she kissed her - once, twice, soft and sweet that in no way indicated that she was expecting to fall into bed immediately. This is what I’d been looking forward to most about the book as I am a sucker for romances where one of the characters has a kid and we follow the other partner meeting the kid and falling a little in love with them too. When they're forced together during a gauntlet of wedding preparations - including a plot to save Astrid from her horrible fiance - Claire isn't sure she has the strength to resist Delilah's charms.

Please note: This review may not be reproduced or quoted, in whole or in part, without explicit consent from the author. And we see later on through Delilah that really, Claire never even bullied her, never did anything to her, so you can’t even think it’s ok because Claire was so awful to her. Though they've known each other for years, they don't really know each other - so Claire is unsettled when Delilah figures out exactly what buttons to push. It’s all done in a matter of paragraphs without really diving into each of their own perspectives on their grief.It hit a very personal note since I have two sisters and we were estranged, but found a way to each other regardless of how badly the adults which should have guided us emotionally failed us. Prior to picking this one up I had read two of Ashley Herring Blake's middle grade books and one of her YA's and given them all 5 star ratings and I am SO HAPPY to report that miss Delilah Green carries on the 5 star streak! The finger on Delilah’s chin slid to her jaw, then Claire’s whole hand skated across her face, to her neck, and around to her nape. For once it’s actually a gender thing and in Europe you’d never see men kiss each other on the cheeks or cuddle.

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