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 … Continue reading Melissa Brayden – How sweet it is

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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 … Continue reading Scandal in the wind by KT Grant

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 … Continue reading Crossroads by Raddclyffe

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

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: … Continue reading Heart of Glass by Marian Snowe – a review

If you could be mine by Sara Farizan

  What can a lesbian young girl do in Iran ? How can she live, love and make a living without marring? Sahar is 17 years old, her mother dies and she lives with her depressed father and above all, she is in love with her best friend, who happens to be a girl : … Continue reading If you could be mine by Sara Farizan

Oranges are not the only fruit by Jeanette Winterson

“When did you last see your mother? Someone asked me. Someone who was walking with me in the city. I didn’t want to tell her; I thought in this city, a past was precisely that. Past. Why do I have to remember? In the old world, anyone could be a new creation, the past was … Continue reading Oranges are not the only fruit by Jeanette Winterson