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Jump Then Fall by Sarah Sanders

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Wild Bells by Elna Holst

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Confession: Getting ahold of a new Elna Holst has us as giddily excited as a tween catching sight of their SecretNotSoSecret crush. And we are never disappointed!

Sensational looker and lawyer-to-be, Mia Andersson is an unabashed player making her unapologetic way through the gay/bi/bi-curious/maybe gay/hint-of-gay women in town. She is derailed by a hot singer, Linda Ling, with her smoky hot androgynous vibe and frustrating straightness. At one of Linda’s gigs, Mia literally bumps into Sandra Ling, Linda’s wheelchair bound twin who has none of Linda’s looks or hotness – but still manages to get under Mia’s skin.

Holst’s art of writing excited butterflies-in-the-stomach and developing feelings is unparalleled. She has a unique ability of writing MCs who are physically challenged but find the totally awwww kind of swoony love. We totally loved – just reiterating: loved – Mia’s reactions, responses and her out-of-character behaviour in response to Sandra. What we loved even more was when Mia recognises and embraces her feelings. The humour in the writing also goes a long way in making the book extremely readable. 

This Christmas-themed novella is a great read irrespective of season.  

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