For the love of a woman by S. Anne Gardner

“For the love of a woman” by S. Anne Gardner is a beautiful opposites attract lesbian romance involving powerful  ice queen Raisa Andieta and Carolyn Stenbeck, a married woman who also has a son and a daughter. They live in Caracas, Venezuela where politics and social matters are as volatile as Raisa’s oil business. The…

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The Glass Room 2019

The Glass Room, a film based on Simon Mawer’s best-selling novel, the main character of which is Brno’s iconic Villa Tugendhat. In Czechoslovakia in the early 1930s a newly-built house – a modernist masterpiece with a glass-walled room – is home to Liesel Landauer (Hanna Alstrom) and her industrialist husband Viktor (Claes Bang). Liesel’s closest…

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Where love is illegal ~ Lidia / Italy

“This is me and my girlfriend. We are 20 and we live in Milan, where we study at university. Our family and friends support us, it wasn’t always that easy, but now it’s slowing becoming something normal. We aren’t afraid to show the world our love, but sometimes it’s not that easy. We receive bad…

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The sex therapist next door by Meghan O’Brien ~ a review

  “The sex therapist next door” by Meghan O’Brien it’s an unusual age gap romance and the best lesbian erotica I have ever read so far. It is clearly that the youngest character in the book, Jude, will have an amazing evolution and her road to adulthood and self-knowledge will be sprinkled with unearthly sexual…

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Spring’s Wake by Aurora Rey

“Spring’s Wake” by Aurora Rey is a beautiful age gap romance, skillfully penned with all the details that matter: passion, fear of being hurt, opposites attract, love, distance and friendship. This is the third story in Aurora Rey’s Cape End romance series and feature the passionate romance between Nora and Will, who are amazing characters,…

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Elisa & Marcela ~ lez movie 2019

Isabel Coixet’s Netflix drama is a relentlessly tasteful affair Dir/scr: Isabel Coixet. Spain. 2019. 118 mins The story of what was arguably Spain’s first gay marriage is turned into a relentlessly pretty melodrama in Isabel Coixet’s latest feature. Shot in black and white, the overlong drama could conceivably pass for edgy with the mass audience…

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The Brutal Truth by Lee Winters

I was delightfully absorbed and assaulted by admiration into Lee Winter’s novel as it contains two of my favorite subject in a lesbian romance: age gap and ice queen and the plot devoured my attention from anything else, basically rocked my world, as I helplessly fell for Elena Bartell. As much as a cliché it…

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And Breathe Normally (andið eðlilega) 2019 movie

Single mother Lára struggles with her little son to keep up with life and grasps an opportunity to be employed as border guard trainee. African refugee Adja tries illegally to reach Canada with her daughter. When their lives cross at the passport control, neither of them realizes the extent to which they will alter the…

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Scris pe trup ~ de Jeanette Winterson ~ o recenzie ~ 2019

“Scris pe trup” de Jeanette Winterson este mai mult o fila de jurnal mototolita in urmele pasiunii, frematand splendoare – decat un roman de dragoste din viata unui personaj fara sex si fara nume – o devorare pasionala a unei fiinte ce isi elogiaza iubirea mai presus de orice pe lume, lasand deoparte orice urma…

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