Review of ‘Party wall’ by Cheyenne Blue.

This is a slow-burn romance between Freya, a yoga teacher and wellbeing shop owner, and Lilly, her next door neighbor and sex shop owner. At the beginning, their different personalities and lifestyles clash but their feelings eventually change following the formulaic plot of ‘hate and then love’ relationship.

I’ve read a couple of books by this author and for me her books are a bit of a hit and miss. This book is well written but the reason behind my 3.5 stars is that I couldn’t empathise with Freya. Mind you, there were reasons why she acted coldly and arrogantly, but those reasons were explained nearly at the end of the book when I’ve already lost any sympathy for her.

On the positive side, the book explores an interracial relationship between two women of different size and shape which is a breath of fresh air with so many lesfic characters who are white, slim and beautiful.

Overall, an ok read if you can put up with an annoying character. 3.5 stars

ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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