Dare To Live, Dare To Love

Self-published. Jun. 2021. 364p. ISBN 9798513409052. pap. $16.99. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
DEBUT NOVEL The last person Elle expects to run into on her lunch break is her childhood best friend Dylan. Dylan broke her heart when he moved to England to go to college, and their friendship gradually fizzled. As for Dylan, the last person he expected to run into was Elle, his childhood best friend—and the girl of his dreams. He knows he ruined their friendship, but maybe a second chance is what they both need. As Elle and Dylan pick up the pieces of their friendship, Dylan hatches a plan to make Elle believe in love again through a series of outings designed to push the two introverts out of their comfort zones and rekindle childhood memories. Moon’s debut is a sweet romance, laden with nostalgia, which shakes up the childhood love trope with two bisexual sweethearts who happen to be perfect for each other. And for all its lightheartedness, it touches on dealing with anxiety, bisexual identity, and acceptance.
VERDICT Recommended for libraries where childhood sweetheart romances are popular.
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