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Book Review: Beginner’s Bet by Fiona Riley

I loved this book. Will be adding this to my list of favorites. This series progressively got better with each of the three stories. You can read the one stand-a-lone but you would miss the opportunity of getting to know all of the wonderful characters

Book Review: When You Least Expect It by Haley Cass

This is a satisfying slow burn romance. A Christmas hating divorce lawyer walks into a cafe… Haley Cass… what am I going to do with you? Everything you write is magic to me. I love your characters, I love your stories, I love the situations

Book Review: The Clinch by Nicole Disney

Wow. Where did this come from? I love sports. And I love sports books if they aren’t surgical, exact, or expansive on the actual sport aspect. But there is something so intriguing about this mixed martial arts world, that I was completely engaged. In fact,

Lesbian Fiction Best of 2020

2020 has been a weird year. The Pandemic negatively impacted my reading and reviewing with a general lack of concentration. I just couldn’t get into the books I was reading for awhile. Once I did, I found I was more critical than usual. So apologies

Book Review: Forever And A Day by Haley Cass

When I heard there was a follow up to ‘Those Who Wait‘ my first thought was ‘Oh no!’ I didn’t want anything to ruin the beautiful love story of Charlotte and Sutton. I shouldn’t have worried. This was the perfect tribute to those two ladies

Book Review: Those Who Wait by Haley Cass

I am kicking myself for not reviewing this earlier. For a book as good as this, I find it so disrespectful to the author that I didn’t immediately do so. So my apologies to Haley Cass and to all of you that haven’t read this

Book Review: Spindrift by Anna Burke

This is, and will be, the best book released this year. I don’t want to set too high of expectations for all of you, but I can’t help it. I truly enjoyed this book better than most I’ve read. It has gone directly into my

Book Review: Don’t Cry For Me by Rachel Lacey

Exactly what I needed. I have been reading a lot of just so-so books recently. I wasn’t sure if it was because of the quality of books or if maybe my head has been in a funny space as a result of quarantine during this

Book Review: Then & Now by Monica McCallan

Instant favorite. I am a big fan of Monica McCallan. Her characters are always hot and likable, with better than average dialogue, and a small dose of angst for a good payoff. But this was so much more than that. McCallan tells an affecting story