The Music and The Mirror by Lola Keeley

Victoria is the music, mirrored in Anna’s ballet dancing. As humans, we are designed by nature and society to have a dream and make everything that it is in our power to make that dream come true. The true dream is based on real talent from within genes and nature’s wonders. Only few people have…

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Times like these by Ana Mckenzie

If you have read more than one of my reviews, it must be pretty clear for you by now that I love age-gap lesbian romances, just as much as I love lesbian mystery and suspense novels. This was the main reason that I wanted to read this novel. “Times like these” by Ana McKenzie is…

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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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Hearts like hers (Seven Shores Series #2) by Melissa Brayden

  “Hearts like hers” is the second book of the Seven Shores Series by Melissa Brayden, involving lesbians in love in Venice beach, featuring one of the amazing women from the breakfast group at Cat’s Pijamas ran by Autumn. If you have already read “Eyes like those” featuring Isabel and Taylor, you have already met…

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Eyes like those (Seven Shores Series #1) by Melissa Brayden

  When I started reading “Eyes like those” by Melissa Brayden, I was aware it was the first book of a series regarding young, lesbians in love in Venice beach. Each book involves one of the amazing woman from the breakfast group at Cat’s pijamas ran by Autumn. “Eyes like those” is about soap opera…

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Nights of Silk and Sapphire by Amber Jacobs

I always try to “guess” a writing after it’s title. My first, guess on Nights of Silk and Saphire’s main theme was a luxuriant oriental world of men, battles and muslims, barbarians and desert, lots of sand and thirst and a secret love of two women living in some sultan’s harem. I was so wrong😊…

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Heart of Glass by Marian Snowe – a review

I choose to read “Heart of Glass” by Marian Snowe because of it’s title. At first, I thought it might be a metaphor for transparent feelings of a woman deeply hurt by her first love. It is a good analysis, but it is not complete. To my surprise, of course, it is more than that:…

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