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Daisy and Noah have the same plan: use the holiday concert to land a Julliard audition. But when they're chosen to play a duet for the concert, they worry that their differences will sink their chances. Noah, a cello prodigy from a long line of musicians, wants to stick to tradition. Daisy, a fiercely independent disabled violinist, is used to fighting for what she wants an Daisy and Noah have the same plan: use the holiday concert to land a Julliard audition. But when they're chosen to play a duet for the concert, they worry that their differences will sink their chances. Noah, a cello prodigy from a long line of musicians, wants to stick to tradition. Daisy, a fiercely independent disabled violinist, is used to fighting for what she wants and likes to take risks. But the two surprise each other when they play. They fall perfectly in tune. After their performance goes viral, the rest of the country falls for them just as surely as they're falling for each other. But viral fame isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. No one seems to care about their talent or their music at all. People have rewritten their love story into one where Daisy is an inspiration for overcoming her cerebral palsy and Noah is a saint for seeing past it. Daisy is tired of her disability being the only thing people see about her, and all of the attention sends Noah’s anxiety disorder into high speed. They can see their dream coming closer than it’s ever been before. But is the cost suddenly too high?


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Daisy and Noah have the same plan: use the holiday concert to land a Julliard audition. But when they're chosen to play a duet for the concert, they worry that their differences will sink their chances. Noah, a cello prodigy from a long line of musicians, wants to stick to tradition. Daisy, a fiercely independent disabled violinist, is used to fighting for what she wants an Daisy and Noah have the same plan: use the holiday concert to land a Julliard audition. But when they're chosen to play a duet for the concert, they worry that their differences will sink their chances. Noah, a cello prodigy from a long line of musicians, wants to stick to tradition. Daisy, a fiercely independent disabled violinist, is used to fighting for what she wants and likes to take risks. But the two surprise each other when they play. They fall perfectly in tune. After their performance goes viral, the rest of the country falls for them just as surely as they're falling for each other. But viral fame isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. No one seems to care about their talent or their music at all. People have rewritten their love story into one where Daisy is an inspiration for overcoming her cerebral palsy and Noah is a saint for seeing past it. Daisy is tired of her disability being the only thing people see about her, and all of the attention sends Noah’s anxiety disorder into high speed. They can see their dream coming closer than it’s ever been before. But is the cost suddenly too high?

30 review for You, Me, and Our Heartstrings

  1. 4 out of 5

    talia ♡

    MORE DISABLED CHARACTERS IN ROMANCE AND ON COVERS THANK YOU !

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katie (kt-recs)

    "YA contemporary romance about disabled orchestral musicians falling in love both onstage and off" um yes please "YA contemporary romance about disabled orchestral musicians falling in love both onstage and off" um yes please

  3. 4 out of 5

    Holly | The Caffeinated Reader

    This book is adorable, the romance is BEYOND sweet, and the representation?! Add this book to your tbr ASAP 👏 - Cerebral Palsy & Anxiety Representation - Positive Therapy Experiences - Forced Proximity - Musicians - Amazing Side Characters I adored this book so much. I absolutely love our protagonists Noah and Daisy, and how they were both so real and existed outside of the romance, as both deal with their own set of problems that they have to overcome. The book is also so positive about therapy and This book is adorable, the romance is BEYOND sweet, and the representation?! Add this book to your tbr ASAP 👏 - Cerebral Palsy & Anxiety Representation - Positive Therapy Experiences - Forced Proximity - Musicians - Amazing Side Characters I adored this book so much. I absolutely love our protagonists Noah and Daisy, and how they were both so real and existed outside of the romance, as both deal with their own set of problems that they have to overcome. The book is also so positive about therapy and medication, which is SO refreshing to see! And the friendships??? We love Mazhar and Amal, such great characters! I loved the conversations surrounding disability which were so important, and I'm excited to see what own-voices reviewers think of the book! The only reason it lost a star was that the pacing was a little fast in some places, but overall I absolutely loved this and fully recommend it!

  4. 4 out of 5

    ⛅ Saniya (sunnysidereviews) ⛅

    I heard 'YA contemporary with disabled characters' and came running here! There truly isn't enough disabled representation in books. I heard 'YA contemporary with disabled characters' and came running here! There truly isn't enough disabled representation in books.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anniek

    I've been excited for this book ever since seeing Melissa pitch it, and I'm so happy it's now an actual book! We need so many more positive disability stories, and this was really such a cute YA romance. A perfect book to read in one sitting on a sunny Sunday afternoon! I absolutely adored the characters in this book - they're realistically flawed but so lovable. CWs: (religious) ableism, R slur (both challenged) I've been excited for this book ever since seeing Melissa pitch it, and I'm so happy it's now an actual book! We need so many more positive disability stories, and this was really such a cute YA romance. A perfect book to read in one sitting on a sunny Sunday afternoon! I absolutely adored the characters in this book - they're realistically flawed but so lovable. CWs: (religious) ableism, R slur (both challenged)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Morgan Matich

    This book is an amazing ride full of so much heart and soul, and Daisy and Noah are characters you love to fall in love with. YOU, ME, AND OUR HEARSTRINGS belongs on your TBR ❤️🎻. #TeamGavin

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shae

    *** Thank you to Scholastic, and the author, for this early, review copy.*** *** This review may be slightly biased, because I do know the author. However, all of these thoughts are truly my own, and I have not been influenced or compensated in any way for this review, outside of the review copy.*** CW: Bullying, Ablest language, Ablest slurs, Anxiety, Panic attacks. I put those disclaimers at the front, because I am SERIOUSLY in love with this book. I have honestly never read a YA contemporary nov *** Thank you to Scholastic, and the author, for this early, review copy.*** *** This review may be slightly biased, because I do know the author. However, all of these thoughts are truly my own, and I have not been influenced or compensated in any way for this review, outside of the review copy.*** CW: Bullying, Ablest language, Ablest slurs, Anxiety, Panic attacks. I put those disclaimers at the front, because I am SERIOUSLY in love with this book. I have honestly never read a YA contemporary novel that moved me in so many ways emotionally, while having it all make cohesive sense, and feel like it is truly about teenagers. Daisy's character is amazing. She is a spitfire, and is truly passionate about music. Because of her conservative upbringing, and the particular religious leaders she has had in her life, she has spent her life dealing with ablest language being thrown in her face almost daily. This makes her strong, yet truly terrified of being vulnerable to someone, and wondering if they will ever truly see all of her, not just one part or another. Noah, my little anxious bean. Noah has had anxiety since he was 11, but hasn't told a soul. He is afraid of not being enough for his extremely musically talented family. He works so hard, every day to be the best, even at the detriment of his social. Daisy has had eyes for Noah for a long time, so when he starts to open up because they have been paired together for an upcoming concert, sparks start to fly! I RAN OUT OF SWOON TABS!!! I had to go get more, and ALMOST RAN OUT AGAIN!!! The author comes at this with a heart full of love, and a lover of all things romance. Little things, like hand holding, and looks across a room took on a quality that was genuine, and swoon worthy. I could not help it! They both took their turns sweeping me off my feet throughout this. With that said, the author chose to do a LOT of heavy lifting with this novel. It was all done brilliantly in my opinion. We have teens confronting their parents about their struggles. One set takes it like a champ, but you see their concerns as well. The other family had absolutely no idea that they were hurting their teen, and don't know how to handle things when confronted. I felt like this was a realistic look at the situation. Not all families are going to take it well. Some are going to be awkward, and not know what to do. As I said before, I have never read a YA book like this one. The disability representation couldn't have been better, for both the cerebral palsy, as well as the anxiety. I am so happy to have read such a brilliant book. Please, put this one on your list. I have a whole video reaction vlog that will be up, so check that out. (It will be up soon, so I will edit this part when it's up.)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Aleman

    I was lucky enough to get an early copy of YOU, ME, AND OUR HEARTSTRINGS, and I am SO EXCITED to start reading it! I already know I'm going to love it. I was lucky enough to get an early copy of YOU, ME, AND OUR HEARTSTRINGS, and I am SO EXCITED to start reading it! I already know I'm going to love it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    holly

    Thank you to Scholastic Canada for sending me an ARC in exchange for my honest review. Before I can freak out about the fact that we’re actually touching—or how warm his skin feels against mine—a callus from his cello presses my skin. I have calluses from my violin. Our scars are mirrors, which reminds me that I’m a talented musician, just like him. 4.5 stars You, Me, and Our Heartstrings hits the perfect chord, striking a balance between the heavy emotional labour that comes from tackling and Thank you to Scholastic Canada for sending me an ARC in exchange for my honest review. Before I can freak out about the fact that we’re actually touching—or how warm his skin feels against mine—a callus from his cello presses my skin. I have calluses from my violin. Our scars are mirrors, which reminds me that I’m a talented musician, just like him. 4.5 stars You, Me, and Our Heartstrings hits the perfect chord, striking a balance between the heavy emotional labour that comes from tackling and dismantling ableism, and the light-hearted joy that I’m always yearning for when picking up a romance. It brought rage bubbling to the surface, but also set butterflies fluttering through my chest. As someone who is chronically ill, I’ve often found myself balancing upon a fine line. That disability is a (large) part of me—it was shaping who I am and how I move through the world for the majority of my life, especially during my teen years. Yet, it is by no means all of me. It took (and is still taking) time to unlearn my own internalized ableism, and reframe the relationship I have with both my disabled body and my chronic illness. It’s no longer something I want to overcome, but something I want to work better with. I don’t want to inspiring or praised for what I am capable of accomplishing “in spite of” being disabled. At the same time? I do not want my disability erased. I am disabled, I am chronically ill, I am sick—and everything else that makes me, me. It can be a fraught relationship, and rough water to wade through. It’s something extremely personal to reconcile, but also universal and relatable. It was a struggle I viscerally felt while reading You, Me, and Our Heartstrings—especially for protagonist Daisy. I adored her character from start to finish! She’s determined and passionate and carries so much love and strength. She knows how talented she is; she knows what she deserves. Seeing her grow to a place where she has the confidence to confront the people and circumstances not providing her with the love and respect she deserves? Truly unparalleled. And then, alongside her, is Noah—all too relatable in other ways (thanks, anxiety). He’s sweet and caring and seeing him grow to a place where he is able to acknowledge and understand his anxiety, and seek help with it? My heart burst. I was so incredibly appreciative of this aspect of the narrative. Together, their dynamics and blossoming relationship is exactly what my soul needed when I picked You, Me, and Our Heartstrings up. There were adorable moments that left a silly grin plastered across my face, but also realistic struggles and hurdles. Seeing them grow individually and together was beautiful. While some elements of the pacing for their romance were a tad instantaneous for my tastes, I know how much of a whirlwind my emotions were when I was young. That zero to one hundred acceleration? That all or nothing-ness? I could see why it makes sense, even though I would have still liked to see things progress on page with more gradualness—but this might also just come down to me wanting more of their story in general. With a cast of endearing supporting characters endearing across the board, and adeptly handled explorations into disability advocacy and dismantling ableism, You, Me, and Our Heartstrings was a relatable and beautifully orchestrated disabled romance. I cannot wait to read future work from this author!

  10. 4 out of 5

    blackhollow_

    it’s was so so cute ,in the world of music, the representation >>

  11. 5 out of 5

    kayleigh

    Got an ARC of this amazing book from Bethany Beach Books in Delaware, they were giving away one ARC per purchase, and I’m so glad I picked this one! ——⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ You, Me, and Our Heartstrings has amazing Anxiety and Cerebral Palsy representation! As a disabled person myself, I understand the struggles Daisy goes through— not wanting to be praised just because she’s a musician who happens to have a disability, but still not wanting the fact that she does have said disability to be erased. The romance b Got an ARC of this amazing book from Bethany Beach Books in Delaware, they were giving away one ARC per purchase, and I’m so glad I picked this one! ——⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ You, Me, and Our Heartstrings has amazing Anxiety and Cerebral Palsy representation! As a disabled person myself, I understand the struggles Daisy goes through— not wanting to be praised just because she’s a musician who happens to have a disability, but still not wanting the fact that she does have said disability to be erased. The romance between Daisy and Noah had its struggles, but had quite a few fluffy moments (and nearly something more…) and was the perfect vacation read!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Chloe

    *Spoiler free* I've been excited for this book since before it even sold. I've followed Melissa online for awhile, and her book about a disabled musician who goes viral with her duet partner, but as inspiration porn, sounded freaking amazing and I am so happy that it sold! I could not wait to read it. This book is adorable, so sweet, and packed with emotion. I had a few qualms, but overall I really, really loved it. I loved both Daisy and Noah so much. They both felt so full and so real. I loved Da *Spoiler free* I've been excited for this book since before it even sold. I've followed Melissa online for awhile, and her book about a disabled musician who goes viral with her duet partner, but as inspiration porn, sounded freaking amazing and I am so happy that it sold! I could not wait to read it. This book is adorable, so sweet, and packed with emotion. I had a few qualms, but overall I really, really loved it. I loved both Daisy and Noah so much. They both felt so full and so real. I loved Daisy. It feel like it's a bit hard to describe her, because she's all Daisy. The reason I loved her so much was because she was her. Determined, talented, sweet, and a badass musician. I love her. And Noah was so sweet. He's anxious and a bit awkward, but is also a badass musician and he cares so much, about his family, his music, and Daisy. Noah and Daisy together, ah, they are so, so cute. They have their issues, but I loved how they grew and recognized where they needed to grow. I love them. There were certain scenes that made me want to scream. I was so proud of Daisy at certain point because she's so badass and I loved seeing her stand up for herself. There was another that I desperately want fanart of. It was so packed with emotion, and so amazingly written, just oh my gosh, it's brilliant. It shows Noah and Daisy being there for each other, and just, them being them, and I love it. And then the last line, another piece of brilliance. It's so, so good. Another thing that I loved was how open the book was about Noah's anxiety, and how he goes to therapy and takes medication. Also, along with a fantastic romantic relationship, this book also has amazing friendships. I loved how strong the side characters were, and how real they felt. They were also such great friends. While there was a lot that I loved about this book, there were a few things that I didn't quite love. At times it felt like the pacing was on the faster side, and certain scenes felt a bit clunky. But, this is just my personal opinion! Overall, I really loved this book. I loved the writing and the characters and the friendships. There were a few things that I didn't quite love, but they were honestly minor and I loved the whole book a lot.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tobias Kashman

    I received a copy of You Me and Our Heartstrings at Yallwest and I cannot express how much I loved this! I finished it in a day and I could honestly reread it right now! The characters were amazing, the dialogue was so well done. Usually characterization is my biggest nitpick but See writes everyone so well. While I cannot speak on the disability representation, as this is own voices I can recommend it and more so recommend check out disabled reviewers opinions on this book. As for the mental he I received a copy of You Me and Our Heartstrings at Yallwest and I cannot express how much I loved this! I finished it in a day and I could honestly reread it right now! The characters were amazing, the dialogue was so well done. Usually characterization is my biggest nitpick but See writes everyone so well. While I cannot speak on the disability representation, as this is own voices I can recommend it and more so recommend check out disabled reviewers opinions on this book. As for the mental health rep I loved it, as someone else with an anxiety disorder, it was handled so well and it meant a lot to see this representation on page. Overall I cannot think of a single complaint.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alisa Robles

    I love this story! I cannot begin to understand what it is like to live with cerebral palsy and I love that Daisy does not let her disability define her and her incredible talent as a violinist. She does not have much support from her parents and her church constantly tries to pray away her "condition" which makes things even more difficult for her. Noah has anxiety and gets anxiety attacks often, but his family is so supportive of everything he does and wants to help him feel better. The anxiet I love this story! I cannot begin to understand what it is like to live with cerebral palsy and I love that Daisy does not let her disability define her and her incredible talent as a violinist. She does not have much support from her parents and her church constantly tries to pray away her "condition" which makes things even more difficult for her. Noah has anxiety and gets anxiety attacks often, but his family is so supportive of everything he does and wants to help him feel better. The anxiety representation is accurate! I have anxiety as well and I felt like I related so much to Noah and seeing how psychiatrists and therapists were involved had me feeling like I am not alone in the world.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    This was so cute! I loved the anxiety and disability rep and that the two main characters had great communication. Important themes were discussed so maturely and that was really refreshing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bethan

    I have cerebral palsy myself so if - and its a big if -its done well ill love this as it seems like its against the ( bad ) tropes that other books have for people with cerebral palsy which i never like which is why i didnt want to read books that included Cerebral palsy anymore im too old to be told believe you can fix yourself with positivity you know ? but it depends on how it pans out this could make me happy or furious

  17. 4 out of 5

    Becca - PrettyLittleMemoirs

    **actual rating: 4.5 stars** Main characters Daisy and Noah are more alike than they are aware, in the beginning. They have a similar plan—make an impression at the holiday concert to get a Julliard audition—which in turn, means that they fall into a perfect symphony when they decide to play together. In fact, when their performance goes viral, it’s go-time. Daisy, a sweet violinist with cerebral palsy and a heart of gold, starts to fall for cello-whizz Noah—who deals with severe anxiety—as they b **actual rating: 4.5 stars** Main characters Daisy and Noah are more alike than they are aware, in the beginning. They have a similar plan—make an impression at the holiday concert to get a Julliard audition—which in turn, means that they fall into a perfect symphony when they decide to play together. In fact, when their performance goes viral, it’s go-time. Daisy, a sweet violinist with cerebral palsy and a heart of gold, starts to fall for cello-whizz Noah—who deals with severe anxiety—as they bask in the glory of their newfound fame. But it comes at a price: suddenly, people aren’t interested in how talented they are or how passionate they are about music at all. They want the love story—the one the public have painted for themselves—Daisy being an “inspiration” and Noah being some kind of angel for looking past her disability. And the thing is, Daisy and Noah are exasperated of that narrative. The more it spreads, the more Noah’s anxiety reaches an all-time high. Even as their dream is fast approaching with new possibilities on the horizon, the price they’re paying feels all too much. But the connection they share, beyond their viral performance, is something to cling to—because that is the reality: two talented people that are falling faster to the sound of their own music. Overall, You, Me and Our Heartstrings was everything I wished for and more. With side-characters and mains that felt so real—so well-written—reading it went and passed in the blink of an eye—almost too fast. It had a little bit of insta-love, but I’m a sucker for romance, so that wasn’t too much of an issue for me. It was exactly what I needed for a Summer afternoon read. If you’re looking for a harmonious and wholehearted story about the lure of music and power of magnetic connections between likeminded souls, this is the novel for you. A beautiful 4.5 stars!

  18. 4 out of 5

    paperbackfruit

    Hmmm, mixed feelings about this one. I like the romance, it’s cute, but I’m slightly annoyed? But firstly, let me just say how much I LOVE the representations in this book! Okay, so the problem I have is how some parts are a bit contradictory. Daisy first told Noah that she wants him to do XX, but when he does, she gets mad and tells him to do YY, and when he does, she gets mad and tells him to do I don’t even know what. Sure, she’s confused, and yea it’s not her job to “educate him” (quoted), b Hmmm, mixed feelings about this one. I like the romance, it’s cute, but I’m slightly annoyed? But firstly, let me just say how much I LOVE the representations in this book! Okay, so the problem I have is how some parts are a bit contradictory. Daisy first told Noah that she wants him to do XX, but when he does, she gets mad and tells him to do YY, and when he does, she gets mad and tells him to do I don’t even know what. Sure, she’s confused, and yea it’s not her job to “educate him” (quoted), but I mean he is her boyfriend and he’s trying his best to learn about her and how to be more sensitive, so I think at least telling him how she truly felt would have been nice. But, again, I get, young love and all. Plus, years of reinforcement to think a certain way would make one extra sensitive, especially when it’s a core belief. I think reading this book is great to educate oneself about ableism and how to be more sensitive, but it also covers topic on mental health and communication. Overall, I enjoyed this book despite some internal frustrations, mainly because I really wanted their relationship to work out, and I’m glad it did (of course).

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chris G.

    Noah and Daisy are both seniors in the orchestra at a performing arts high school in New York City. Noah lives in a Manhattan penthouse and is from musical royalty, playing his cello at Carnegie Hall at age eleven. Daisy’s Brooklyn family is just scraping by with the family flower business and Daisy’s cerebral palsy has posed some challenges that she has overcome to excel at the violin. When they are assigned to play a duet together, they begin a friendship, and then a romance despite Noah’s anx Noah and Daisy are both seniors in the orchestra at a performing arts high school in New York City. Noah lives in a Manhattan penthouse and is from musical royalty, playing his cello at Carnegie Hall at age eleven. Daisy’s Brooklyn family is just scraping by with the family flower business and Daisy’s cerebral palsy has posed some challenges that she has overcome to excel at the violin. When they are assigned to play a duet together, they begin a friendship, and then a romance despite Noah’s anxiety and Daisy’s wounds from her distracted family and a religious community that sees her as needing to be healed. Engaging setting, instructive about ableism. EARC from Edelweiss.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Maryam

    Before I begin this is my opinion so please respect it! I did not like this book at all not even the slightest it’s just so…boring tbh.

  21. 4 out of 5

    bella

    cute romance with incredible representation!! such an amazing debut novel.

  22. 5 out of 5

    meg

    3.5 stars You, Me, and Our Heartstrings is an adorable, feel good romcom, with incredible disability representation. Our main characters, Daisy and Noah, have cerebral palsy and anxiety, respectively, and I loved the conversations around disability in this novel, and I think the growth in understanding throughout the book was really important. The characters all felt human and loveable, both the main characters and the side characters. The romance was cute, however for me it felt a bit underdevel 3.5 stars You, Me, and Our Heartstrings is an adorable, feel good romcom, with incredible disability representation. Our main characters, Daisy and Noah, have cerebral palsy and anxiety, respectively, and I loved the conversations around disability in this novel, and I think the growth in understanding throughout the book was really important. The characters all felt human and loveable, both the main characters and the side characters. The romance was cute, however for me it felt a bit underdeveloped and fast. Despite this, it was still a cute read which I would recommend.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. When i saw this book in my bookstore i was sold. I needed a cute romancebook. And this book delivered. The book was cute and lovely. The representation was good and the book was basicly adorable. Highly recommend for a cute fast read ! So in the book we follow Noah and Daisy (naisy) and they went viral by accident. Whoopsie. The comments are not pretty and it gets a little messy. As said before, loved the representation (Noah having Anxiety Daisy having cerebral palsy and what i thought was impo When i saw this book in my bookstore i was sold. I needed a cute romancebook. And this book delivered. The book was cute and lovely. The representation was good and the book was basicly adorable. Highly recommend for a cute fast read ! So in the book we follow Noah and Daisy (naisy) and they went viral by accident. Whoopsie. The comments are not pretty and it gets a little messy. As said before, loved the representation (Noah having Anxiety Daisy having cerebral palsy and what i thought was important the religious representation was really well done)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Trigger Warning Database

    Trigger & Content Warnings Ableism & ableist slur

  25. 4 out of 5

    Destiny (myhoneyreads)

    Yes, I am crying.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    You, Me, and Our Heartstrings was great! Daisy and Noah were too cute, and their love story is something that most students can relate to. I personally enjoyed the orchestra setting since I was in band way back in high school, and I think the band kids will enjoy seeing more of themselves in a story like this. I really enjoyed how both characters grew over time in the story. A sweet romance that upper middle grades can relate to as well. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this boo You, Me, and Our Heartstrings was great! Daisy and Noah were too cute, and their love story is something that most students can relate to. I personally enjoyed the orchestra setting since I was in band way back in high school, and I think the band kids will enjoy seeing more of themselves in a story like this. I really enjoyed how both characters grew over time in the story. A sweet romance that upper middle grades can relate to as well. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cody Roecker

    I really enjoyed this one! It's cute and exactly what you think it's going to be in the best of ways :) I really enjoyed this one! It's cute and exactly what you think it's going to be in the best of ways :)

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mariana ✨

    disabled characters in romance books yes please! <3

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sophie Kim

  30. 5 out of 5

    Karoline

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