Review of ‘Everything Between Us’ by Harper Bliss, a lesbian self image book
‘Everything Between Us’ is the third installment in the ‘Pink Bean Series’, currently comprised of nine titles.
Josephine Greenwood is a PhD student in the gender studies department. Her thesis is about body positivity, however, Josephine is very aware she is not the slender type and finds it hard to Read More »
Lesbian Romance Book ‘Don’t let go’ by Sheryl Wright
I’ve had this book on my radar for a while. With the sequel ‘Stay with me’, now out, I thought it was time to finally read this. I really enjoyed this and I had a big smile on my face most of the time while reading.
I enjoyed the romance between aRead More »
Review of Lesbian Historical Fiction Book ‘In my heart’ by Bette Hawkins
This was a really enjoyable read. I’m a Hawkins fan. This is her third book and I have enjoyed all of them. I like how she writes and her books just work for me. However, I do have a Read More »
Lesbian Action Book Review of ‘Oath of Honor’ by Radclyffe
This novel serves as an installment in Radclyffe’s Honor series (book number eight) as well as in her First Responders series (book number three).
Wes Masters is a Navy Captain doctor brought in to fill in the position of Chief of the White House Medical Unit after the previous chief died unexpectedly. Evyn Daniels is a Read More »
Lesbian Fantasy Book Review of ‘Endangered’ by Michelle Larkin
Aspen Wolfe is a Boston cop with a tragic past until adopted as a teenager. She meets Dr. Tora Madigan when taking a teen to the ER after a shift. Aloof and always serious, Tora and Aspen bump heads as the President of the United States declares war on the Shrouds (shapeshifters) living amongst humans. Suddenly, Aspen is thrown into uncertainty as she discovers she is not a human but a Shroud. Tora realizes Aspen is the most important Shroud in existence and the only one capable of saving them all. The two Shrouds must find a way to escape and make it to the sanctuary before they are hunted by the government. There, a new alliance is formed to fight back against the unjust war.
I’ve become a Larkin fan, even with her very short career. I was looking forward to this book since I enjoyed the previous two. They were action thrillers with some paranormal/fantasy in them. This one is definitely more on the fantasy realm. Unfortunately, I did not enjoy it as much as her other two. This one deserves two ratings in my opinion: the first two-thirds were a 5 star for me while the last part of the book limped along to a 3-star review. I believe the problem was rushing through some parts. This is clearly the first book in a series as the story has only partial closure. Ms. Larkin has left the main conflict out there to develop and I must say, she put herself in a difficult spot to achieve it. I will read the next book to find out.Read More »