Same But Different: A True New Zealand Love Story (2019)

The film is based on a true New Zealand love story between two women : writer-director a and producer Rachel Aneta Wills. It is a sweet romantic comedy involving single mom and actor Rachel, who is immediately smitten when she meets Samoan filmmaker Nikki at a small indigenous film festival where they both happen to…

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Wavering convictions by Erin Dutton

What really attracted me to read “Wavering convictions” by Erin Dutton is the surprising  and perplexing subject of the story, not necessarily the first impressions, as they could be subjective in a matter like this one. It would be normal for the two main characters to behave strange, unadapted and weird, yet I expected them…

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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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Bonnie & Bonnie (2019) – lesbian drama film

  ‘Bonnie & Bonnie’ is a lesbian drama film, involving two young women, Yara and Kiki, coming from different backgrounds. Yara (Emma Drogunova) is a 17 years old Albanian teenage girl and she lives with her father and sisters and brothers in Hamburg , Germany. She works at a supermarket and she spends her free…

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Forbidden Melody by Magnolia Robbins

“Forbidden Melody” is the story of Juliet, one of the most talented accomplished violinists of our time and the only woman who could make Emma Harvey’s world stand still. “Forbidden Melody” is the story of Emma, one of the most talented young pianists of our time and the woman who captures Juliet Hamilton’s attention and…

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The Blasphemy of Dreams by Nicky Sol

Description Inspector Tara Sinclair is well-known in the Belgian Police Department as the best one, specialized in using non-orthodox methods to solve difficult criminal cases. Nobody is surprised when she gets assigned the criminal case that has shocked the country and all main Belgian big cities. Yet, even for her, the burden of the case…

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As the crow flies by Karen F. Williams ~a review

“As the crow flies” by Karen F. Williams it is a captivating mystery novel involving paranormal elements, a ghost story and two glimpses of lesbian romance. As the title suggests, a crow and two bookends bring the main characters together and triggers the course of action. The narration at first person, from Sam’s point of…

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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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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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