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Summer Swim Free read » 0 Ï A lesbian romance Two girls from wildly different worlds One unforgettable summer One crazy chance at loveAll Stephanie wanted was to spend a summer at Olympia’s exclusive swim club Sure it was expensive sure she was surrounded by rich kids but it’d totally be worth it Getting better was her whole focusUntil she met RileyThLd’ve been rivals Riley was the best in the state But there was something about her that captivated Stephanie Something that had her falling for her even though a silly crush was the last sort of distraction she needed when she was supposed to focus on her swimmingStephanie tells herself it could never work They're from different wo. Great storyI wish there were a bit chapters about Riley and Stephanie Felt like there was so much to tell like meeting Riley's grandmother again But still a great Mia Archer story

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Rlds Riley probably isn't even into girls But if she isn't into girls why does she keep giving Steph all these signals Why can't Steph stop thinking about her What if there really is a chance What was supposed to be a summer of busting her butt in the pool is about to get a whole lot complicated than Stephanie ever could’ve imagined. Like most of Mia Archer's books it was a fun easy and enjoyable read However like many of her books it ended kind of abruptly The characters were authentic and likable and overall it was a fun story to read

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Summer SwimA lesbian romance Two girls from wildly different worlds One unforgettable summer One crazy chance at loveAll Stephanie wanted was to spend a summer at Olympia’s exclusive swim club Sure it was expensive sure she was surrounded by rich kids but it’d totally be worth it Getting better was her whole focusUntil she met RileyThey shou. Short and sweet It's different from most of Archer's other novels in that it only has one point of view but I actually liked it for that reason The story aspect of it is where it kinda falls flat It's a little predictable than usual and the conflict is kinda muted and boring Still a decent read though I love Archer's stuff