Something in the Wine by Jae
Slow, sweet romance that I couldn’t put down. I was sucked into this well-crafted lesbian romance from the beginning. The only let-down was… no physical consummation of the women’s budding love affair (but that’s just me.)
Ice by Lyn Gardner
Oh. My. God. Believe the hype! I completely understand why this book has been ranked at the top of the lesbian best seller charts for months. Talk about unputdownable… I stayed up half a night reading this. It’s not without flaws (*), but regardless of that, I can not recommend it enough. It had everything. Action. Hot characters. Suspense. A thrilling story line. Excellent dialogue. Romance. And… a couple of very moistening sex scenes. Buy it. Now! 😉
I literally can’t wait for this author’s next book.
(*) Dear Lyn Gardner, you’re extremely talented and I so hope that for your next book you hire an editor who’s not afraid to tell you that headhopping is wrong. Or someone who at least insists that you leave a space between different POV paragraphs (and that that cheesy epilogue was totally unnecessary.)
Then Again by Diane Keaton
I sped through all the lesbian fiction I loaded on my Kindle halfway through my holiday, but not to worry, because I’m also a big sucker for celebrity biographies (I’m sleazy in more ways than one). This one was very enjoyable and had just the right amount of name-dropping, dreams coming true and melancholy (three of my favourite things).
I also drank a lot of these. 😉
And now… I go back to work. I’m starting edits on No Ordinary Love (High Rise Novella Three) tomorrow. Spending a lot of time on a beach also works wonders for inspiration. Don’t be surprised if some of my next stories contain exotic massages and bikini-clad babes. 😉