A Breathless Place by Harper Bliss ~ a review

Just like the author mentions and also, in my opinion, together with „In The Distance There Is Light”, „A Breathless Place” are the best books Harper Bliss has written so far. „A Breathless Place” has so much drama, substance, delicacy and behind the angst, it shows so much hope for life and love. Harper Bliss…

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Summer People by Elena Graf (Hobbs book #6)

It is finally here, Hobbs book #6: „Summer People” and I have been absorbed into the Hobbs women’s lives after the lockdown because of the covid-19 pandemic and I really enjoyed how their lives have changed and how they evolved. Elena Graf has written a complex plot that made the characters even more remarkable, flawed,…

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All The Delicate Things We Make by Milena Mckay

What I loved most about ” All The Delicate Things We Make” by Milena Mckay is the mystery of the secret identity of one of the main characters : DeVor, the famous artist who influences the whole fashion industry with her paintings. There are so many questions around the famous artist, that a great publishing…

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Many roads to home by Kaya Lasalle ~ a review

“Many roads   home” by Kaya Lasalle is a very nice lesbian age gap romance between Brooke and Riley, two women in different stages of their life who find a chemistry beyond words. Brooke Taylor is a hot shot Chicago lawyer, who is married to her job, yet being professionally successful comes with a prize…

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The X ingredient by Roslyn Sinclair ~ a review

“The X ingredient” by Roslyn Sinclair is one of the hottest and steamiest age gap lesbian romances I have ever read (And I read more than a couple of dozens of them)!!! Diana Parker surely is “the ice queen of the decade”, but even the thickest ice melts under the proper heat, right? She is…

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The Adventurers by Bryce Oakley

I loved this book! It is a beautiful age gap lesbian romance novel with many very moments. I haven’t laughed this hard for a long time. There are so many funny situations that the reader can barely recover the next from the previous funny scene. “The Adventurers” by Bryce Oakley is a friends to lovers,…

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