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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I love a small town romance but I so rarely find good sapphic small town romances, so you can imagine my delight when I picked up Delilah Green Doesn't Care and had so much fun.

It was also a great vehicle to develop Astrid and Delilah’s relationship and I loved this exploration of the complications of grief and misunderstandings and family. The relationship growth and the individual character development was brilliantly done, I loved the witty humour throughout and the subplot of bye bye Spencer! I can’t remember whose review I saw but I’ve wanted to read this ever since and it was everything I love in a romance - loveable, raw characters, strong ass friendships, lots of well-written steam, and a SUPER CUTE couple.It is a gorgeous sapphic romance, a celebration of found family and a beautiful exploration of the way home and freedom, in the right context, with the right person, can feel like exactly the same thing. i'm disappointed because i really really loved how to make a wish but this one was a total let down. A swoon-worthy, laugh-out-loud romp of a romance, this rom-com deserves to be amongst romantic titans like You’ve Got Mail, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Sleepless in Seattle. It's not hugely common to read a romance book where one of the romantic leads has a child, but I also liked this element.

Delilah Green is a photographer living a life that suits her just fine in New York, where she has the hustle and bustle of the city and many a queer woman to flirt with and spend one night with. The setting, the scheming, the spice - Ashley Herring Blake paints every scene with a lyrical, tender brush. I don't know how to really articulate this but I feel like we're finally getting the type of books that straight people get and it makes me so hopeful.

It hadn't, but it had given Delilah an idea for a photo series that had changed her ambition from struggling freelance photographer who barely made rent to successful queer artist with an amazing apartment in Williamsburg. First of all, can I just say that it makes me so happy to see sapphics finally getting some good, new adult romcoms. She'd sold a piece or two, sure, but her photography was niche, as one agent had told her while declining to represent her, and niche wasn't an easy sell. Delilah Green is iconic and I love her, but honestly I wasn’t feeling a huge spark between her and Claire in this story.

In particular, Delilah, Claire, and Astrid - who I didn't expect to like but really ended up loving - were all very well developed characters, and the relationships between them were similarly fleshed out and realistic. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. While he'd been alive, Andrew Green had been a devoted family man to the point of ridiculousness, insisting on nightly dinners and spring break vacations, Christmas Eve traditions and checking homework and learning how to plait hair just so Delilah wouldn't be the only girl at the Renaissance Faire field trip without a braid crown. I found this novel to have an excellent balance of romance and other plot elements, both of which I was really invested in.

Delilah Green swore she would never go back to Bright Falls – nothing is there for her except memories of a lonely childhood. The actual plot here concerns Delilah Green, a thirty-ish photographer, currently trying to make it in NYC having fled the small town where she grew up. Lydia-sure, why not-grinned, pulling down the linens to her hips for a split second before tucking the sheet back up to her chin. Friday the first was definitely a date that had been cemented in her mind for months as she prepped for the Fitz show. We see Claire struggling with being the 'mean parent' while Josh (I wish I could cut off his balls fr) gets to be the fun parent that hops into her life when she feels like it.

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