Thursday, June 14, 2018

Landing Zone by Erin Dutton


GENRE: Contemporary Lesbian Romance, Enemies to Lovers

This book dealt with some big issues in an amazing way.  It is an enemies to lovers book but at it's core it is about forgiveness and healing.  The chemistry between the two characters was well developed even as it evolved. This is a good book for a beach read or better yet a book club read.

Wayworn Lovers by Gun Brooke


GENRE: Contemporary Lesbian Romance

This book had some holes in the plot but not enough to sink it. The characters made up for what was lacking and since this is a character driven story it worked. Brooke did a good job describing anxiety issues and that made Giselle seem more authentic. This gets four stars from me because despite the short fallings it was still a pleasure to read.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Big City Blues by Virgina Black


GENRE: Contemporary Lesbian Romance (Novella)

The characters in this book were well developed and stubborn. They kept fighting against what they really wanted. This is what drove the story. The setting itself was almost like another character it was so well described and just drew the reader in.

Sunday, June 10, 2018

In Plain Sight (WeHo #11) by Sherryl D. Hancock


GENRE: Lesbian Contemporary Romance

It was like a wonderful reunion with old friends to get a new WeHo book! As usual Hancock has created complex characters that all mesh together. The issues the characters deal with are realistic. In this book in particular I liked the use of font for flashback. If there was ever a series I could read more than one it would be this one.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Hers to Protect by Nicole Disney


GENRE: Action, Crime, Lesbian Romance

I really liked the characters but I think a few could have been more developed. There was a definate flow to the story and a build to a climax. Some points it seemed too much like an action film but it is fiction. Overall it was an enjoyable face paced read. There may be some triggers when it comes to domestic abuse though.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Kiss & Tell by Saxon Bennett and Layce Gardner


GENRE: Lesbian Romantic Comedy

These are my go to "I need a laugh right now" books. I have yet to be disappointed. Where Bennett and Gardner come up with their wild characters and scenarios is beyond me. They are comic geniuses! I really can not recommend them enough.

The Amnesia Project by Barbara Winkes


GENRE: Crime Fiction, Lesbian Romance (And I really hope this is still science fiction)

This is a very scary story givin the time we live in. I had trouble reading it because I was so angry. Winkes did an amazing job developing characters that you both love and hate. She captured the uncertainty and angst that seems to be prevelant in our current time to only channel it to a more productive route. It was the "Handmaid's Tale" and "Stepford Wives" combined with a scary Trumpian veiw. We must NEVER let anything get like this.