Review of 'Push me pull me' by Amanda Rhodes.

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Review of ‘Push me pull me’ by Amanda Rhodes.

Mallory Grant is struggling with her life. Her job as a leasing agent for a condo company pays the bills but doesn’t make her happy and her social life is nonexistent. When she meets Corinne Ibori, a gorgeous and confident client who shows more interest in her personally than professionaly, things start to look up for Mallory. If only she could gather the courage to take things to the next level…


Very good erotica novella by debut author Amanda Rhodes. Written in first person from the point of view of Mallory, the reader gets into her headspace learning how she hides her insecurities, negative body image and low self esteem with self-deprecating humour that sometimes comes across as immaturity. The novella is written in three parts starting and ending in the present with a flashback in the middle. Though this book can be considered as erotica with light BDSM scenes, the author takes her time in building the main characters’ relationship and setting the tone. The sex scenes are well written, realistic and highlight the characters’ chemistry. Even though it has a rather abrupt ending, it is worth a read for all f/f erotica fans.

Overall, a very good erotica novella by debut author Amanda Rhodes. 4 stars.

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

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