Tom and Prophet’s characters and relationship get more depth and I really felt like I knew them in real life.
Ela@The Queer Bookish
Queer book blogger | twentysomething | employee at a German publishing house
If you ignore the first half and concentrate on the second, it gets better.
theoretically this list could grow/could be unfinished, but I don’t plan on reading any new to me authors in December, so…
But I forget how much fun it is. The writing style is great and time flew by as I read it.
I really liked how varied these stories were and regardless of your taste in f/f erotica, I’m sure there will be at least one erotic adventure in here you will like.
I was pulled right into this story, because the book’s voice is really captivating.
Bond sex can be hot but I was always thinking about her dying brother. Unlike her.
After reading this novel’s foreword I was expecting much from Clean. Mia Kerick didn’t disappoint my expectations.
Every women has experienced different things due to her queerness and the reader gets to read a little about those experiences.
As always this meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Go and take a look at their blog! I’m not one of those readers, who bookmark or highlight quotes they like. But I was checking the top ten tuesday themes back when I was reading How to be […]