Recommended new release:
‘Dangerous waters’ by Radclyffe
This is not a typical Radclyffe romance. It’s true that some
of her characteristic elements are present, such as the dark,
handsome and stoic butch and the gorgeous but strong femme.
However, the main character in this novel is tropical storm
Leo. The storm sets the pace, provides the tension and
delivers all the punches in this book. ‘Dangerous waters’
presents a compelling, emotional, nail biting page-turner
about the power of nature and the extraordinary efforts of the
first responders who put their lives on the line in order to
Recommended new author release:
‘Chasing stars’ by Alex K Thorne.
This is the third book in Ylva Publishing’s The Superheroine
Collection series of stand alone novels by different
authors.‘Chasing stars’ is a brilliant debut novel by South
African author Alex K. Thorne. There’s been a few lesfic books
about fake relationships lately with different degrees of
success but this one is original by presenting it as a sci-fi,
action packed story with main characters of a superheroine and
a Hollywood star ice queen.
Classic lesfic book of the month:
‘Letters never sent’ by Sandra Moran
Award winning debut novel by the late author Sandra Moran. The
story – set in 1997 – revolves around Joan who discovers some
mysterious letters written by her recently deceased mother.
The novel takes the reader back and forth between the 1930s-
1960s to the late 1990s. Perfect character development and
plot building including a surprising twist at the end.
Last year’s book that you should read:
‘Pieces’ by G Benson
In this young adult romance, Ms. Benson deals with very
difficult issues such as the fallouts of the foster care
system, transsexualism, bisexuality, bereavement and generally
the young adults’ struggle to grow up.
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