Holy infidelity. There is this woman who has a wife but she ends up falling for another woman on a business trip. Then she thinks she should string them both along because it is the best for all of them if none of them get
I love Spangler so much that I had to pull this out of the DNF (Did not finish) pile and make an honest attempt at finishing it. To be honest, it was a struggle up until the 67% mark. Then it began to have a
You aren’t going to believe this but… I cannot get through this new Rachel Spangler book. It is a snooze fest. I am 30% through and literally nothing has happened except the butch tour guide giving a history of Spain. I don’t even like either
Since this book was published ten years ago, it qualifies for Fallback Friday, right? Campbell is a soft butch who had to choose between her first love or her family as a result of an ultimatum. She chose home on the mountain where her family
The author used the word ‘Maudlin’ a few times within this book and I’d have to say that is the key descriptor. Don’t get me wrong, this was a great book. I loved it. But wow it was frustrating to read at times. Both main
Wow, this book was good. Aside from a very few editing issues, this was practically perfect for me.
Intense moments Full of angst. Couldn’t get enough of it. Sadie is a 30 something single mother of a 17 year old daughter, Destiny, who had just become a professional tennis player.