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With my ever growing cadre of female friends and relatives who practice a more inclusive type of sexuality I appear to be destined to listen to every lesbian fiction book in the Audible library. Three of the main authors of this genre featured thus far are Melissa Brayden, Meghan O'Brien and Georgia Beers. Of these my favorite to this point is Melissa Brayden.
In this edition girl-on-girl love two actresses; one a product of pushy stage door parents; Adrienne Kinyon. The other Jenna McGovern a college graduate, veteran of summer stock theater. These two ladies have the two leading female roles in a play and a romance blossoms quickly. Well naturally the road to true love must be a long and winding one. The two have a huge disagreement and don't see each other for four years.
When they're reunited in a millennial ode to St. Elmo's fire they reconnect; but will the two of them be able to overcome their history; leaving the pain of their pasts behind? Yes of course the answer is obvious but the getting there makes for a good listen. All four of the listeners in our group gave this one five stars.
12 of 12 people found this review helpful
Enjoyed the length and depth of the character building.
Betsy is a tremendous reader.
Fun read and I love a good love story.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I do not usually write reviews but I really engaged with this book. loved the characters and really got engrossed in the story. had to read it in one sitting.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Well researched story of love against odds. Instantly engaging with likeable characters given normal names.
Apart from being totally unable to imitate an English voice, this is well narrated with perfect tone that is smooth and well suited to the book. I have to admit to avoiding this author, having resigned her books to be as bad as Radclyffe, I bought it after reading the summary, then to my horror saw it was a Brayden book, berating myself for not having checked. I thought I would try it, expecting to hear unfathomable nonsense with ridiculously irritating characters having stupid names with no depth....but shocked I found myself drawn in, pleasantly surprised. This writer seems to have evolved. I couldn't stop listening, bits of humour injected, keeping it light, without detracting from the depth of characters. A thoroughly good book.
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