A review by lizzie2002
Fools in Love, by Hannah Moskowitz, Natasha Ngan, Rebecca Kim Wells, Ashley Herring Blake, Rebecca Podos, Amy Spalding, Sara Farizan, Laura Silverman, Gloria Chao, Rebecca Barrow, Julian Winters, Claire Kann, Lilliam Rivera


Thank you Netgalley for providing an ARC for this book in exchange for an honest review.
Fools in Love is a compilation of romance stories based on cliches, but with a new twist. Each one of them has a different tint to it and manages to keep you captivated even if they're short.
The diversity in each of the stories is magnificient, not only regarding the lgbtq+ community, but also about race, culture and religion. They are sensitive and thoughtful, the characters feel real and human, not just a character in a new story.
Each of the authors has an unique way to make you feel connected to their stories, wheter they're sci-fi, fantasy, romance, etc.
My favorite was Five Stars, by Amy Spalding, and I'm eager to read more of her works.
Silver and Gold: 4/5
Five Stars: 5/5
Unfortunately, Blobs Do Not Eat Snacks by Rebecca Kim Wells: 3.6/5
Edges: 4.6/5
What Makes us Heroes: 3.2/5
And: 2/5
My best friend's girl: 3.8/5
(Fairy)Like Attracts Like by Claire Kann: 3/5
These strings: 3/5
The Passover date: 3.8/5
Bloom: 4.5/5
Teed up: 3/5
Boys noice: 4/5
Girls just want to have fun: 3.5/5
Disaster: 4/5
Overall, an amazing and promising compilation with great authors, diversity and interesting twists!