Djara Book 1 by Kat Evans

  When I first started to read “Djara” Book 1 by Kat Evans, I didn’t know what to expect, but a lesbian romance enveloped in a western story (It is so much more than that). I read all the reviews, of course, but they didn’t tell me much (best kept secrets) and the title didn’t…

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Melissa Brayden – How sweet it is

  The hot thing about “How sweet it is” is the idea of the book: how is it possible to fall in love with your lost love’s sister?? I wouldn’t have thought about such an antithesis in the main characters’ life, but I am so glad Melissa Brayden has and thus, created an amazing controversy…

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The touch of a woman by K.C.McGregor

  I know I have said it before, but one of the details that make me choose a book to read is it’s title. The title of K.C. McGregor’s “The touch of a woman” suggests one of the main characters has never been with a woman before, meaning she is totally straight. Another good reason…

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The Rhythm Tide by Frankie J.Jones

  Everytime I choose a book to read, I have got two criteria to consider: the title and the description or the author’s note, if available. The title is appealing, one can look at it from different angles, but it suggests the passion of the sea, life’s up’s and down’s, that each of us tries…

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Collette 2018~ the movie~ with Keira Knitley~radiant as feminist idol

After marrying a successful Parisian writer known commonly as “Willy” (Dominic West), Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (Keira Knightley) is transplanted from her childhood home in rural France to the intellectual and artistic splendor of Paris. Soon after, Willy convinces Colette to ghostwrite for him. She pens a semi-autobiographical novel about a witty and brazen country girl named…

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Scandal in the wind by KT Grant

  I was curious to read “Scandal in the wind” by KT Grant, because some time ago, I read a similar book: “Her most secret affair” by Jesalin Creswell, not because I wanted to compare them, but because I wanted to see the authors’ different view on a similar subject. “Her most secret affair” by…

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Crossroads by Raddclyffe

When destiny strikes twice and you meet the same person you ought to forget as the once who has fired you and then once more meet her and need to come to truce and end up helplessly attracted to her, but she won’t let down the walls surrounding her heart, now that’s a hell of…

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Sparks like ours (Seven Shores Series #3) by Melissa Brayden

I have waited for Gia, after Isabelle and Autumn, it’s surely Gia’s turn. After Hollywood craziness and then slow burn love, we needed some sports and surely Melissa Brayden had given it to us. “Sparks like ours” is the third book of the Seven Shores Series by Melissa Brayden, involving lesbians in love in Venice…

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