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Book Review: In The Shadow Of Darkness by Nicole Stiling

Blood Disease. It’s 1926. Angeline is walking home from work and meets Kathryn, a beautiful red headed predator who attacks. Fast forward to present day and Meghan finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time at the local Gas ‘N’ Eats. She wakes

Book Review: Uncharted by Robyn Nyx

A couple of archaeologists walk into a tomb… There is a joke in there somewhere. Actually, there is quite a bit of humor in this adventure filled story of the search for the Golden Trinity. Chase and Rayne have a history. I won’t go into

Book Review: Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir

Why didn’t I read this sooner? Had I read it in 2019, when it was released, it would have topped my ‘best of’ list, for sure. ‘Gideon the Ninth’ is all necromancy, politics, and snark. Two out of three of those things are so outside

Book Review: Dirt Nap by Carolyn Elizabeth

Even better than the first. We start off with Corey Curtis being all smitten with her new girlfriend, Thayer. Finally she has found someone that she wants something real and substantial with. After a couple of handful of weeks, they are already spending their nights

Book Review: Thorn by Anna Burke

I love winter. Rowan’s father goes on a hunting trip and is away longer than expected. Meanwhile his daughters keep up the small cottage while they await his return. He has actually gotten himself into some trouble with a huntress who is quite upset that

Book Review: Gallows Humor by Carolyn Elizabeth

Chemistry. Corey works in a hospital and spends her spare time in the ring. Thayer is a new doctor at the hospital Corey works in. They meet. They both want to get to know one another. The chemistry is intense. I’m probably going to say

Book Review: Body of Work by Charlotte Mills

Preserving death. Noa is once successful painter who has had to deal with the loss of the people who were closest to her. She has shut herself off from truly living. Numbing herself with alcohol and forcing herself to sleep on hard floors. Her agent,

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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