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Add an injection of mystery ... for a fine, multifacetedread. Committed is especially recommended for Californiaaudiences, lesbian readers, and those who would receive a better understandingof urban approaches and challenges. ~ California Bookwatch
A strong relationship tested in tough times.
I haven't come across many lesbian fiction books that have at their center a long-established relationship that's fundamentally settled but has to deal with a sudden drama that rocks that foundation. And it was great to read! Tenika and Delilah's story is touching and emotional, and it was wonderful to see them work through the difficult times that Delilah's illness brought up. ... it's great writing to get a reader so wound up about a character.
A great follow-up and written equally as well. This is a series well worth checking out.~ Curve
- ASIN : B07NJ9FVB8
- Publication date : March 14, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 1429 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 218 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #173,019 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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As a romance reader, I'm used to following one couple per book. Here we follow the POVs of six protagonists and one antagonist. It took me a little getting used to adjusting my reading expectations, but ultimately I found it made for a heartwarming story of these women all connecting as their stories interweave. We have three couples each at a different point in a love story. And even though everyone is facing issues that are serious (immigration status, health problems and no insurance, PTSD) there is a sense of hope throughout. It made for a very cozy read despite the subject matter. (There is some description of violence in the PTSD scenes. Also, there is sex depicted on the page at various points but only one or two paragraphs at a time and nothing explicit, all loving and consensual.)
I haven't read the first book in this series and found that I was able to get into this just fine. There are also some story lines that will clearly continue into the next book but all the arcs do resolve in some way and make for a satisfying ending. I loved getting to know these women and feeling like a part of their circle.
Although, I felt proud of Kate for finally standing on her own two feet, Sally really stole the show for me. The addition of Frankie made for some interesting reading, too.
This story touches on spirituality and Tarot cards, which is one more aspect I thoroughly enjoyed.
NOTE - I have no clue why this is listed as transgender - from what I read this is lesbian fiction.
Who has found lasting love?
Can Mindy upset the apple cart?
Will newcomer Frankie find happiness?
I guess you will just have to read this to find out - you will enjoy it.
Note: you don't have to be a lesbian to enjoy this book. It is after all a good love story to be enjoyed by all.
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Although not as amazing as the first book was, this book was still enjoyable— even if its mostly based on the interest in the series' intriguing & likeable characters rather than the strength or success of its storyline nor for its contribution to & advancement from the series narrative.
The story line caught my attention at the very beginning and kept me interested throughout the entire book.
I loved the chemistry between the characters.
I received a free copy of this book via booksprout and I’m voluntarily leaving a review.