Review of ‘Definite possibility’ by Maggie Cummings.

This is book 3 of Bay West Social series about a group of friends living in a lesbian condo in Staten Island. I haven’t read the previous two so I feel that I lost a bit on the background story of some characters. However, ‘Definite possibility’ reads as a stand alone novel. The story revolves around two couples: ex girlfriends Meg and Sasha and the owner of Lucy’s coffee store and butch/player Sam. The two parallel romances gives a quicker pace to the book with more drama and romance. There’s even an unexpected twist at the end involving Lucy’s sister that came as a complete surprise to me. But what I really liked is that the story goes beyond both romances and is a tale of friendship, family and love. I only wish I had read the previous books first in order to enjoy it fully.

Overall, a heart warming and feel good story with a bit of drama on the side. 4 stars.

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

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