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Book Review: Queerleaders by M.B. Guel

“I’m sure once you take the hairnet off she’s very attractive!” Mack is a closeted gay gal navigating her senior year in high school. Super content to be coasting through her final year with her best friend, Lily. Mack has a crush on the head

Book Review: On The Run by Charlotte Greene

Show me the money. The year is 1995. Hot tempered Gwen has just been fired from a job and is making her way through Texas where she comes across a terrified women hitchhiking in the middle of nowhere. Gwen feels compelled to help this woman

Book Review: Other Girls by Avery Brooks

When your bully comes calling. Sam is a single mother in New Orleans. A marketing professional just trying to get by. Her simple life is thrown into turmoil when her high school bully, Ashley, comes back to town unexpectedly. I really enjoyed this book. There

Book Review: Then & Now by Monica McCallan

Instant favorite. I am a big fan of Monica McCallan. Her characters are always hot and likable, with better than average dialogue, and a small dose of angst for a good payoff. But this was so much more than that. McCallan tells an affecting story

Book Review: Big Girl Pill by KD Williamson

Maya is a corporate team building coordinator. She left home to avoid her best friend who she had feelings for. Nina is the best friend who has been trying to stay in touch with Maya because she doesn’t want to lose her friendship. Nina’s wedding

Book Review: Brooklyn Summer by Maggie Cummings

Kitty therapy. Ashleigh (awesome spelling, by the way) is a divorced high school math teacher that spends time at her best guy friend’s Brooklyn bar. She hasn’t quite gotten beyond the disappointment of her failed relationship. To rub things in, she frequently sees her ex-wife

Book Review: Out of Practice by Carsen Taite

Never the bride… Abby flies off to her vacation destination completely prepared to relax and enjoy her time of seclusion from others. But when Roxanne falls into her lap, her personal itinerary falls by the wayside. Their no-strings/no personal information fling becomes more than they