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From the author of Hot Dog Girl comes a sweet and salty queer YA rom-com about two girls on a summer road trip in an ice cream truck. Fallon and Chloe used to be best friends, but last summer they hooked up right before Chloe left for college, and after a series of misunderstandings they are now not speaking to one another. A year later, Chloe’s back home from school, and F From the author of Hot Dog Girl comes a sweet and salty queer YA rom-com about two girls on a summer road trip in an ice cream truck. Fallon and Chloe used to be best friends, but last summer they hooked up right before Chloe left for college, and after a series of misunderstandings they are now not speaking to one another. A year later, Chloe’s back home from school, and Fallon is doing everything in her power to avoid her--which is especially difficult because their moms own a business together, a gourmet ice cream truck where both girls work. When their moms have the opportunity to make a presentation to some venture capitalists in Texas--something that could seriously expand their business and solve all their money problems to boot--it's up to Fallon to work a series of food truck festivals across the country. But she can't do it alone, and Chloe is the only one available to help. As tensions heat up again between the two, will Fallon be able to keep her cool?


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From the author of Hot Dog Girl comes a sweet and salty queer YA rom-com about two girls on a summer road trip in an ice cream truck. Fallon and Chloe used to be best friends, but last summer they hooked up right before Chloe left for college, and after a series of misunderstandings they are now not speaking to one another. A year later, Chloe’s back home from school, and F From the author of Hot Dog Girl comes a sweet and salty queer YA rom-com about two girls on a summer road trip in an ice cream truck. Fallon and Chloe used to be best friends, but last summer they hooked up right before Chloe left for college, and after a series of misunderstandings they are now not speaking to one another. A year later, Chloe’s back home from school, and Fallon is doing everything in her power to avoid her--which is especially difficult because their moms own a business together, a gourmet ice cream truck where both girls work. When their moms have the opportunity to make a presentation to some venture capitalists in Texas--something that could seriously expand their business and solve all their money problems to boot--it's up to Fallon to work a series of food truck festivals across the country. But she can't do it alone, and Chloe is the only one available to help. As tensions heat up again between the two, will Fallon be able to keep her cool?

30 review for Melt With You

  1. 4 out of 5

    Claude's Bookzone

    *sighs* Where to start. The narrator, Fallon, makes comments directly to us as Readers. One of them was something along the lines of 'I know you are thinking all of this could be sorted if I just tell Chloe exactly why I am upset and how I feel'. And I answered her...out loud...in the mall... 'YOU THINK!' I detest miscommunication/no communication stories that drag on and on. This one lasted the entire novel. That's 9 hours of my life filled with 'but she doesn't understand how hurt I am', and 'I h *sighs* Where to start. The narrator, Fallon, makes comments directly to us as Readers. One of them was something along the lines of 'I know you are thinking all of this could be sorted if I just tell Chloe exactly why I am upset and how I feel'. And I answered her...out loud...in the mall... 'YOU THINK!' I detest miscommunication/no communication stories that drag on and on. This one lasted the entire novel. That's 9 hours of my life filled with 'but she doesn't understand how hurt I am', and 'I have no idea what she is thinking but I will make assumptions based on no information other than what I have concocted in my head'. The pain. Why did I continue? Morbid curiosity. How long would the whinging and woe last. 9 hours as it turns out. Confession. It was more like 4 1/4 because after the first few minutes I knew nothing but double speed would get me through this. I enjoyed Hotdog Girl, so so far I am 50/50 on this author.

  2. 4 out of 5

    alaska

    if chloe and fallon would've had ONE conversation consisting of like FIVE WORDS there wouldn't have been a book because all the conflict would be gone. reading this book got me so frustrated and i'm so :') disappointed... if chloe and fallon would've had ONE conversation consisting of like FIVE WORDS there wouldn't have been a book because all the conflict would be gone. reading this book got me so frustrated and i'm so :') disappointed...

  3. 4 out of 5

    james ☆

    4.5 ⭐ deliciously dramatic and addictively adorable. i could read about these two arguing literally all day long.

  4. 5 out of 5

    ⛅ Saniya (sunnysidereviews) ⛅

    Just the title alone sounds like the best rom com of the 21st century. Can't wait for this!! Just the title alone sounds like the best rom com of the 21st century. Can't wait for this!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Danika at The Lesbrary

    This is a sapphic YA romance with an ice cream truck road trip, and if that doesn’t intrigue you, we have very different tastes in books. To be more specific, it’s a friends-to-lovers-to-enemies?-to-lovers? ice cream truck road trip sapphic YA romance. It’s hard to imagine a better premise for a sapphic summer read! I didn’t love this quite as much as I hoped, but I think that I might have to face that YA romances just aren’t clicking with me lately, so I think that’s a me problem. We’re firmly i This is a sapphic YA romance with an ice cream truck road trip, and if that doesn’t intrigue you, we have very different tastes in books. To be more specific, it’s a friends-to-lovers-to-enemies?-to-lovers? ice cream truck road trip sapphic YA romance. It’s hard to imagine a better premise for a sapphic summer read! I didn’t love this quite as much as I hoped, but I think that I might have to face that YA romances just aren’t clicking with me lately, so I think that’s a me problem. We’re firmly inside Fallon’s head for the narration, and I found her directly addressing the audience (“I know what you’re thinking, but…”) a little akward. Also, this book is dominated by miscommunication. Fallon even addresses that she knows everyone will think they just need to talk, but she’s sure she knows what Chloe is thinking and that it’s not worth talking about. This made the middle chunk of the book drag for me, because despite road trip hijinks, the dynamic between Chloe and Fallon is stuck in this dynamic, which made it feel like there wasn’t any progression in the core story. Still, it delivers on the promise of the description, and it was a quick, light read. If the premise appeals to you and you don’t mind a miscommunication-based plot, toss this one in your tote bag for your beach reading this summer! Full review at the Lesbrary.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Janna

    we can never have enough cute sapphic contemporary novels!! i post about queer books here: instagram / tiktok /twitter we can never have enough cute sapphic contemporary novels!! i post about queer books here: instagram / tiktok /twitter

  7. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    This was a love letter to miscommunication. For 97% of this book the characters refused to talk about anything relevant. Fallon, the mc, also talks to the reader throughout and that doesn’t work for me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    ethan

    In Melt With You, Fallon would love to spend the rest of her life never seeing her ex (best friend) Chloe again after one fateful, steamy night. But alas, they end up having to go on a week-long road trip with each other to save their mothers' ice cream truck business. Miscommunication, drama, and oh-god-there's-only-one-bed shenanigans ensue. The premise of this book is absolutely adorable, and I found myself craving ice cream for pretty much my entire read-through. The chemistry between the gir In Melt With You, Fallon would love to spend the rest of her life never seeing her ex (best friend) Chloe again after one fateful, steamy night. But alas, they end up having to go on a week-long road trip with each other to save their mothers' ice cream truck business. Miscommunication, drama, and oh-god-there's-only-one-bed shenanigans ensue. The premise of this book is absolutely adorable, and I found myself craving ice cream for pretty much my entire read-through. The chemistry between the girls is good enough, and I love love love that both of them are bisexual. The mc, Fallon, is bi with a preference for girls (which I LOVED), and her love interest Chloe is bi with no preference, at least none stated to the reader. The relationship between Fallon and her best friends, Jami and Prisha, is also so adorable and the absolute definition of healthy friendship. But, there were some things I didn't like about this book. **BEWARE, SPOILERS AHEAD** The whole deal between Fallon and Chloe is that they hooked up one night at Chloe's going away bonfire, and then Chloe ghosted the next day. This, understandably, made Fallon feel horrible, and Fallon proceeded to ignore Chloe's attempts at reaching out. So far, so good. The problems arise when Fallon and Chloe finally start talking it out: they don't actually talk about it. Fallon doesn't actually tell Chloe why she was so hurt after Chloe left, and Chloe actually ends up making Fallon the bad guy! Chloe gets super mad when Fallon says that their hookup was her first time, which I just. Don't understand. We never learn why Chloe is mad that she was Fallon's first time (other than some cut-off lines resembling "I would've made it better for you" which, fine, I guess) but everyone in the book is somehow in agreement that Fallon not telling Chloe she was a virgin was a big mistake. Maybe it's because I'm aspec, but I don't understand why this would be such a big deal, enough to detract from the previous issue of Chloe ghosting her! The assumption that a first time is something that needs to be carefully delineated is– I don't know, archaic? To me? It would be okay if Fallon and Chloe actually talked about what a first time meant to both of them, but we never see that. The book just assumes that we also think that first times are a big huge deal. Another issue, that kind of ties in with the last one, is that the miscommunication between Fallon and Chloe is not resolved well. They never get an actual conversation where they delineate what happened that night and what it meant to them. Instead, they skip over that and somehow end up in a fulfilling relationship. I am *all* for a good angsty confrontation scene, but that never happened here, and I really wish it did. Overall, Melt With You was a cute read. Fallon and Chloe are super sweet even though I hoped that their relationship would be handled better. Nevertheless, I can appreciate this story for what it is: an adorable summer read that made me wish for a bowl of ice cream. Thank you to NetGalley and Penguin Teen for sending me an eARC in exchange for an honest review!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    Thank you to Penguin Teen for an eARC and physical ARC in exchange for an honest review and promotion. All opinions are my own. Ahhh I really enjoyed this one! Also had such a craving for ice cream while reading this so be prepared!! Melt With You follows Fallon as she must navigate a road trip with her ex-best friend, Chloe. The two were inseparable before they hooked up and Chloe left for college. Now, they don't talk. But when Fallon's mom needs her to drive their ice cream truck to an import Thank you to Penguin Teen for an eARC and physical ARC in exchange for an honest review and promotion. All opinions are my own. Ahhh I really enjoyed this one! Also had such a craving for ice cream while reading this so be prepared!! Melt With You follows Fallon as she must navigate a road trip with her ex-best friend, Chloe. The two were inseparable before they hooked up and Chloe left for college. Now, they don't talk. But when Fallon's mom needs her to drive their ice cream truck to an important event while her mom goes off to talk to investors about their next steps. Fallon reluctantly agrees because helping her mom is more important than icing out Chloe. This book made me hungry. I did get some ice cream while reading the end and it was even sweeter! I really enjoyed this story. At times I struggled with Fallon's unwillingness to talk, but feelings and talking about them is hard. It made her relatable and flawed more than anything. Though I swear I spent too much time yelling at these two to just talk already (and to kiss)! I'm living for queer books that involve food somehow and this one was no exception. I definitely had the urge to go start an ice cream truck or something similar. I loved seeing Fallon and Chloe navigate this chaos road trip and the fancy food event they go to. This one and Some Girls Do are my current faves from this author! Rep white bi cis female MC (most likely poly or omnisexual), white sapphic cis female side character, South Asian cishet female side character, white cishet female side character, white French Canadian cishet male side character, side WLW couple, brief mention of a family with two moms. CWs: Moderate: Sexual content, vandalism. Minor: Car Accident, abandonment.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vee_Bookish

    I'll stop the world and melt with you You've seen the difference and it's getting better all the time There's nothing you and I won't do I'll stop the world and melt with you -Modern English I'll stop the world and melt with you You've seen the difference and it's getting better all the time There's nothing you and I won't do I'll stop the world and melt with you -Modern English

  11. 5 out of 5

    tappkalina

    Around the 20-30% mark, after several dnf attempts, I started to skip most descriptions and mainly read the dialogue. Mind you, I still understand everything perfectly. The writing style did nothing for me, and I honestly didn't feel any chemistry between the girls, plus Chloe really annoyed me. The end was okay. Around the 20-30% mark, after several dnf attempts, I started to skip most descriptions and mainly read the dialogue. Mind you, I still understand everything perfectly. The writing style did nothing for me, and I honestly didn't feel any chemistry between the girls, plus Chloe really annoyed me. The end was okay.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Drew's ambitious reading

    Melt with you by Jennifer Dugan is a YA Contemporary novel that has a f/f releationship! I really enjoyed this book! Idk why it took me forever to read this one because I loved it!!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    I REALLY enjoyed this YA second chance summer romance between two former best friends who are forced to work together on their mom's ice cream truck. The audio narration by Jeremy Carlisle Parker for this one was so great. I kind of wished we got Chloe's perspective and not just Fallon's but wanting to know what happened to ruin their friendship was a great driving force behind the book. Perfect for the summer, who can resist a great f/f teen romance with homemade ice cream thrown in and an epic I REALLY enjoyed this YA second chance summer romance between two former best friends who are forced to work together on their mom's ice cream truck. The audio narration by Jeremy Carlisle Parker for this one was so great. I kind of wished we got Chloe's perspective and not just Fallon's but wanting to know what happened to ruin their friendship was a great driving force behind the book. Perfect for the summer, who can resist a great f/f teen romance with homemade ice cream thrown in and an epic road trip adventure to boot?? Definitely not me!! This was one of my most anticipated YA reads of the summer and it did not disappoint!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Anaïs (Taylor's version)

    4.5 🌟 Ok wow I'm really sad I finished this book. I already loved Some girls do by the same author but this one is even better, the characters are really endearing, the romance was perfect, and yet I'm not a fan of the second chance trope. I 100% recommend you to read this romance if you want to discover a touching, realistic and very cute story 4.5 🌟 Ok wow I'm really sad I finished this book. I already loved Some girls do by the same author but this one is even better, the characters are really endearing, the romance was perfect, and yet I'm not a fan of the second chance trope. I 100% recommend you to read this romance if you want to discover a touching, realistic and very cute story

  15. 4 out of 5

    Celia

    Thank you to Edelweiss and G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers for the e-galley! This book has three things I love in YA contemporary novels: 1. Romance 2. Food Trucks 3. Road trips My husband and I would go on many road trips before we had our kiddo. We drove from Seattle to Boston and back like six times. We also did the southern route from Seattle to Boston. We stopped at all the tourist traps (no shame), so I loved those aspects of this novel. Our family recently has gone through a loss in Thank you to Edelweiss and G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers for the e-galley! This book has three things I love in YA contemporary novels: 1. Romance 2. Food Trucks 3. Road trips My husband and I would go on many road trips before we had our kiddo. We drove from Seattle to Boston and back like six times. We also did the southern route from Seattle to Boston. We stopped at all the tourist traps (no shame), so I loved those aspects of this novel. Our family recently has gone through a loss in the family, and after a few nights of crying myself to sleep, I decided to queue this galley up. I needed something fun, light-hearted, and sweet and I got all of that! This book is chock-full of miscommunications. I remember being a teen and all the assumptions and anger and bitterness. A lot of teens don't know how to communicate-how to be people. A lot of hearts get broken over things said and unsaid. Fallon has one night with her best friend before Chloe leaves for college and they sleep together. Fallon spends the next year feeling hurt and shutting Chloe out. When Chloe comes back to help out with her mother's ice-cream truck (also owned by Fallon's mom) they embark on a road trip together where emotions run high. Fallon doesn't understand why Chloe is so nonchalant about what had happened the last time they'd been together and Chloe doesn't understand Fallon's saltiness toward her. Fallon's inability to express her feelings and her stubbornness lead to some crazy situations. Overall, this was a fun, quick read that my heart needed. Now I need some ice cream.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Star

    Content warnings: abandonment, miscommunication (this is a central plot point). Rep: Fallon (MC) is bisexual, Chloe (SC/LI) is bisexual. I feel like I have to start this off with - if you hate miscommunication of any kind, you will not enjoy this book. Okay, with that out of the way, I actually enjoyed this. I was hesitant to read it (because 2/2 of Dugan's books have severely let me down) but this one's cute cover drew me in. Plus, the puns! I love puns! I read this via audio (LOVE the narrator so Content warnings: abandonment, miscommunication (this is a central plot point). Rep: Fallon (MC) is bisexual, Chloe (SC/LI) is bisexual. I feel like I have to start this off with - if you hate miscommunication of any kind, you will not enjoy this book. Okay, with that out of the way, I actually enjoyed this. I was hesitant to read it (because 2/2 of Dugan's books have severely let me down) but this one's cute cover drew me in. Plus, the puns! I love puns! I read this via audio (LOVE the narrator so much!!) and it definitely added a layer of depth to the story I might not have otherwise gained if I had read it physically. It's a really light, easy plot, but it is extremely heavy on the miscommunication. If you know that going in, then you should enjoy it. (I do wish Fallon and Chloe had talked properly though) 3.5/5 stars Bookish links: Instagram / Twitter / TikTok / Blog

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aly

    This was so emotional and both these girls broke my heart. They were hurting so much and could never seem to talk about their feelings to straighten the situation out. Fallon feels like Chloe ghosted her after they took their friendship to another level, but Chloe might have interpreted things differently. I just wanted to shake them and force them to have an honest conversation with no more misunderstandings. Fallon was hurt by Chloe and I understood that. However, she went too far with how mea This was so emotional and both these girls broke my heart. They were hurting so much and could never seem to talk about their feelings to straighten the situation out. Fallon feels like Chloe ghosted her after they took their friendship to another level, but Chloe might have interpreted things differently. I just wanted to shake them and force them to have an honest conversation with no more misunderstandings. Fallon was hurt by Chloe and I understood that. However, she went too far with how mean she was to Chloe, especially when she was going above and beyond to be nice to Fallon. It came off as pretty immature, but then Fallon is eighteen and hurt by her first love. When we finally learned how Chloe viewed things, I just wanted these girls to hug and make up already. I thought the book was well written and an enjoyable read. I'll be on the hunt for more books from Dugan.

  18. 5 out of 5

    michelle (magical reads)

    dnf @ 36% rep: bisexual protagonist, wlw love interest yeahhh I didn't have high expectations after not really enjoying some girls do but I was just very bored. usually if I get this far, I'd skim the rest but tbh I wasn't really enjoying any of it and don't think I could really write about anything in my review. just not for me, but maybe for you! estranged best friends to lovers / second chance romance on a road trip dnf @ 36% rep: bisexual protagonist, wlw love interest yeahhh I didn't have high expectations after not really enjoying some girls do but I was just very bored. usually if I get this far, I'd skim the rest but tbh I wasn't really enjoying any of it and don't think I could really write about anything in my review. just not for me, but maybe for you! estranged best friends to lovers / second chance romance on a road trip

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kavya ♡

    nothing like a piping second helping of sweet and salty sapphic angst with a side of petty humour for the soul. did it get a little too angsty towards the end? maybe. but it made it all that much sweeter when these idiots finally sorted out their issues and admitted they were in love with each other :) all in all my heart feels truly nourished (and hungry. so hungry). oh and also i read the entirety of this book on a road trip (to the hospital and back, which, granted, isn't all that romantic bu nothing like a piping second helping of sweet and salty sapphic angst with a side of petty humour for the soul. did it get a little too angsty towards the end? maybe. but it made it all that much sweeter when these idiots finally sorted out their issues and admitted they were in love with each other :) all in all my heart feels truly nourished (and hungry. so hungry). oh and also i read the entirety of this book on a road trip (to the hospital and back, which, granted, isn't all that romantic but nonetheless) which really made it that much better of an experience

  20. 5 out of 5

    kyliegh

    ok now where's my cute girlfriend and romance-themed ice cream truck and summer road trip filled with shitty tourist traps then?? my patience is wearing thin @ universe 😠 ok now where's my cute girlfriend and romance-themed ice cream truck and summer road trip filled with shitty tourist traps then?? my patience is wearing thin @ universe 😠

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    I always love her covers!! However, I did not enjoy this. It was super boring and felt very YA, which then lead to me dragging the book out days. The characters were childish. Communication could have solved all problems. Also just seems crazy to let two teen girls handle the business that could make or break their life. The story felt naive a lot of the time. I did like to food truck aspect. I love a story with food elements, plus a bonus for traveling also!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Hayley

    3.75 stars. This was great! I really enjoyed the whole breaking the fourth wall narration from Fallon, that was such an interesting concept (I'm not sure I've read a book like that before!) Fallon was definitely not- the most likeable of protagonists, but I 100% understand where she was coming from - not wanting to get hurt again, not knowing how Chloe felt for the most part, so her behaviour is like mostly understandable. I really loved Chloe, I can't pinpoint what it was I loved about her- but 3.75 stars. This was great! I really enjoyed the whole breaking the fourth wall narration from Fallon, that was such an interesting concept (I'm not sure I've read a book like that before!) Fallon was definitely not- the most likeable of protagonists, but I 100% understand where she was coming from - not wanting to get hurt again, not knowing how Chloe felt for the most part, so her behaviour is like mostly understandable. I really loved Chloe, I can't pinpoint what it was I loved about her- but she was a delight. An enjoyable read with complicated characters.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mariana ✨

    11/06/2022 so apparently this book is just one big miscommunication trope and it's infuriating bc it all could be solved with 1 quick conversation. yeah, i'm not gonna put myself through that. rip pretty cover. ------- 11/12/2021 i am looking 11/06/2022 so apparently this book is just one big miscommunication trope and it's infuriating bc it all could be solved with 1 quick conversation. yeah, i'm not gonna put myself through that. rip pretty cover. ------- 11/12/2021 i am looking

  24. 5 out of 5

    LGBT Representation in Books

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Trigger Warnings: Divorced parents, underage drinking, reference to sex off page, vandalism, sex, cursing, lying, Representation: Bisexual Melt With You is a queer YA rom com about Fallon and Chloe’s cross county road-trip in their moms’ ice cream truck. The girls were best friends until they became more that that and then never spoke about it again. A year later they are forced to road trip together despite not having spoken in months. This eARC was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exch Trigger Warnings: Divorced parents, underage drinking, reference to sex off page, vandalism, sex, cursing, lying, Representation: Bisexual Melt With You is a queer YA rom com about Fallon and Chloe’s cross county road-trip in their moms’ ice cream truck. The girls were best friends until they became more that that and then never spoke about it again. A year later they are forced to road trip together despite not having spoken in months. This eARC was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. Aww I loved this book! I loved everything about it! I don’t know why, but I love when the author breaks the fourth wall to talk directly to the reader! This was such a nice feature in this story! I had a lot of feelings while reading this, such as: Ugh, not with this girl planning all the things Fallon loves! Ahhhhhhhhh!!! One bed!!! She got off the planeeeeeeee I wish I had some ice cream while reading this! The author does a great job making you wait for this happy ending. The will they won’t they battle made this story quite adorable and enjoyable. I thought storyline was very sweet and the perfect summer read! I really enjoyed both girls and loved their mother duo as well. It was great to see Fallon grow and develop as a character, being both layered and flawed.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hojo

    Melt With You is a sweet sapphic romcom about Fallon and Chloe, who are ex-best friends. After hooking up the night before Chloe leaves for college, they don’t talk for a year. However, their moms are best friends and co-owners of an ice cream truck. When Fallon and Chloe are forced to go on a road trip to a huge charity event with the truck, they’re forced to talk to each other and rekindle their friendship (and maybe something more…). I thought this was a pretty cute romance. While miscommunica Melt With You is a sweet sapphic romcom about Fallon and Chloe, who are ex-best friends. After hooking up the night before Chloe leaves for college, they don’t talk for a year. However, their moms are best friends and co-owners of an ice cream truck. When Fallon and Chloe are forced to go on a road trip to a huge charity event with the truck, they’re forced to talk to each other and rekindle their friendship (and maybe something more…). I thought this was a pretty cute romance. While miscommunication is one of my least favorite tropes, I ended up enjoying the book regardless. Especially because I know how scary it is to fall for one of your best friends and not know how they feel. Chloe and Fallon are both likeable characters (in various degrees), even though I did want to scream at them to just talk to each other half the time. I also loved the creativity of the ice cream truck and the ice cream names (i was also anxiously waiting to see if they would forget to run the generator and have the ice cream melt). I will say that Fallon is one of the most stubborn characters I have ever met. A (very) small pet peeve is that this book breaks the fourth wall and addresses the reader multiple times, which I know some people might like. In my opinion, it kind of takes me out of it when it says something like “You might be wondering how…”. It fortunately doesn’t happen super often so I could ignore that and still enjoy the book. Overall, I think this was a fun and easy read that a lot of people may enjoy! LGBT Rep: bi or pan main character, bi/pan love interest, wlw relationship, side wlw relationship

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kelleen (booms.books)

    I know I am a grownup reading a YA novel, but I just found pretty much everything about this one to be really annoying. Longer review to come. Thanks to the publisher and Edelweiss for this ARC.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Trigger Warning Database

    Trigger & Content Warnings: Abandonment

  28. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    There were a lot of cute and fun things about this book. Like the set up for the situation they were in was great however I found the main characters too frustrating and I'm not a fan of the "bad at communicating" trope. Also, so many books this year have featured a main character that is obsessed with film or wanting to work in film and I'm really getting exhausted by it. Thank you to Penguin Teen for the eARC in exchange for an honest review! There were a lot of cute and fun things about this book. Like the set up for the situation they were in was great however I found the main characters too frustrating and I'm not a fan of the "bad at communicating" trope. Also, so many books this year have featured a main character that is obsessed with film or wanting to work in film and I'm really getting exhausted by it. Thank you to Penguin Teen for the eARC in exchange for an honest review!

  29. 4 out of 5

    bri

    leaving an early review so i remember to get my hands on this book asap after it gets out. i loved some girls do (by this author) so i have high hopes for this.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Orders

    Review coming soon but yeah read this!

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