Mae and Ari meet at university, quickly becoming inseparable. Mae has known she was gay since a young age, is shy but waifishly at...
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Mae and Ari meet at university, quickly becoming inseparable. Mae has known she was gay since a young age, is shy but waifishly attractive and never short of a date. Ari brings Mae out of her shell, he''s flamboyant and his bright light draws in everyone he meets. Although Ari he is battling demons of his own, they quickly become a power couple (though never date) and their relationship with each other becomes the most significant of both lives. In three time periods, This Love shows us what an extraordinary friendship can be and also examines contemporary queer life and expands our understanding of what it means to be a family. A gorgeous, sweeping novel about queerness, overcoming loss and choosing your own family, This Love is perfect for fans of One Day , Rainbow Milk and Detransition, Baby .
Auteur Lotte Jeffs has spent her career as a writer for the British press, writing columns, profiles and think pieces for magazines and broadsheets. Lotte has worked as an editor for Elle and ES Magazine, is the author of How to be a Gentlewoman: The Art of Soft Power in Hard Times, as well as the picture book My Magic Family, published by Puffin this year. She co-hosts the podcast Some Families about modern family and LGBTQ parenting and is a contributing editor for Grazia for whom she also hosts the Life Advice podcast. Lotte has won the PPA Writer of The Year Award and The Great British Podcast Award.
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A gorgeous, sweeping novel about queerness, joy, and choosing your own family.
Résumé A gorgeous, sweeping novel about queerness, joy, and choosing your own family.
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Utterly compelling, emotional, feel-good fiction about queer love and chosen family