The Erotic Adventures Of Anais Nin ~ 2015 movie

Anaïs Nin is a French-born author of novels and short stories whose literary reputation rests on the eight published volumes of her personal diaries. She was born on February 21st 1903 in Neuilly, France and died on January the 14th 1977, Los Angeles, USA. She wrought to New York by her mother in 1914, Nin…

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When the stars sang by Caren J. Werlinger – a review

“When the stars sang” by Caren J.Welinger is a beautiful romance novel featuring two very realist characters: Kathleen Halloran and Molly Cooper, embedded with a mixture of feelings: love, lust, guilt, kindness, legacy and diverse second characters, the good: Olivia, Louisa, Molly’s family, the people from the island and the bad: Kathleen’s parents, Michael and…

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Wrongly Accused by Erin Wade

“Wrongly Accused” by Erin Wade it’s a romantic suspense with hints of a drama involving Dr. Dawn Fairchild, a well-known surgeon who is engaged with another fellow medic Richard and who finds herself in a life changing situation when she is accused of manslaughter, while she got involved in a car accident in which a…

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In Between ~ 2018 movie

“In Between” is full of life, a multiplex of sexual and cultural combat that takes us to places that one knows nothing about. They are rebelling against cultural norms and are choosing a liberal lifestyle—namely, bringing shame to their loved ones and being ostracized by your community. They grow up the hard way and we…

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Out At The Inn by K’Anne Meinel

  “Out at the Inn” by K’Anne Meinel is an eerie mystery with many twists and an incredible love story. Who loves great mysteries about old hunted houses and beautiful romances caught in the spider webs of deceit, self-discovery, love and the revealing truth, will love this amazing story. The story starts with our main…

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Undeniable by Robin Alexander

  I love the stories which speak about teenage love affairs and an adult perspective of te same love forever ~ the first is always special and smetimes lasts for a lifetime. Why? Because it means the love between those two souls cannot be denied by time or other people, or even faith. This is…

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The miseducation of Cameron Post 2018 movie

  Small and significant, Desiree Akhavan’s “The miseducation of Cameron Post” is delicate abuse and force-feeding of gay conversion, matched by Chloe Grace Moretz’s most calculated performance to date. She blends in, blooms, a salvation for this girl’s career from being erased. Cameron Post (Chloë Grace Moretz) looks the part of a perfect high school…

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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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