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Monthly Archives: December 2019

2019 Books: Lesbian Fiction Year In Review

According to goodreads, I read about 200 books this year. I thoroughly enjoyed most of them. There were some good surprises and a few disappointments. Overall, I’m just so pleased with how many high quality lesbian fiction books are being published these days. Having said

Book Review: Heart Failure by Chris Zett

Baby makes three. Jess is a cardiologist who has decided to have a baby because she is getting older and it is within her life plan. Unfortunately, developing a rare form of post pregnancy heart failure wasn’t a part of that plan. Either was moving

Book Review: Temptation by Kris Bryant

This book has a great first line. I was hooked from the start. Cassie decided to go against her parent’s wishes and drop out of medical school. They decided to cut her off. In need of money to fund her graduate studies, she takes on

Book Review: Marmalade Martini by Julie Forester

Uncomfortable dissonance. One of the characters uses that description to describe the state of a friendship over time. I couldn’t help but think that it actually fairly describes the entire book. Not in a negative way, by any means. This is going to be hard

Book Review: Thursday Afternoons by Tracey Richardson

Amy is a small town surgeon looking for a little no-strings action. She agrees to meet a woman at a hotel one Thursday afternoon. There she spends some time with Ellen (*Ellis), a beautiful woman that looks like an actress from the television show ‘Nashville.’

Book Review: A Town Called Noelle by MK Hardy

Lights out. Brooke has to visit the town she fled years ago to take care of some loose ends as a result of her estranged mother’s death. She was left with some property that she is eager to get rid of. But there is a

Book Review: London Undone by Nan Higgins

This is not an England based book. I feel a bit misled by the cover. London. Water in the background presumed to be the Thames. Building in the background that could be Big Ben if you are squinting? Big black boots that I assume British

Book Review: One Small Step by M.A. Binfield

Forbidden attraction. Iris returns to her work footy team to find that there is a new player. Cameron joined to fill the vacancy while Iris was away. Iris is immediately taken by Cameron but is very quickly informed that the fit beauty is a recent

Book Review: Tinsel by Kris Bryant

Dystopian Inspired Cat. This Christmas novella begins with Jess ending a 6-month relationship with a cheating girlfriend. She is distracted by a stray cat outside her window who later happens to find its way to her doorstep. She takes it in, determined to provide it