Review of ‘Not so straight Sue’ by Cheyenne Blue

This is the first book by Cheyenne Blue that I’ve read. After reading ‘Not so straight Sue’ I’ve realised that this is the second book of the series ‘Girl meets girl’. However, this book reads well as a stand alone romance.
The main characters are well rounded and multilayered thought I didn’t find their chemistry very explosive. There were a few vacillations in the consumation of their relationship that in my opinion made the build-up weaker. The secondary characters were very supportive of the main plot and very lovable with the exception of Sue’s ex.
I found this book a bit slow in its development. Maybe the author wanted to depict the landscape of outback Queensland, a small town where things move on a lazy pace. However, I found that this slow tempo worked intermittently. For example, I would have liked the author to keep the slow pace in the intimate scenes which I felt were a bit rushed considering the amount of build up. Having said this, I recommend that you take all my comments with a pinch of salt and give this book a try if only for the beautiful descriptions of outback Australia and its people lifestyle.
Overall, I give it 3.5 stars.
I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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