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Fenced-In Felix (Girl Meets Girl Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Josie has a secret that causes a lack of trust between them.A lot of time is spent by Felix wondering what the problem is and does she dare take a chance on Josie since she seems to move frequently from one place to another?
I had a tough time finding the appeal of either of these characters.
I did like the description of the camping business Felix is struggling to work into a livelihood.The Australian outback weather sounds like months of a dry season followed by months of heavy rains and flooding.No easy conditions to earn a living.
Other than the details of Outback living,I can't say I really enjoyed this story.
Too much angst and no feel for the attraction between the 2 main characters.
The characters in this tale are complex and it is easy to relate to them. Felix is a strong, quiet and gentle soul who had a well defined set of morals and ethics with a passion for her land. She is building a campground on her property both as a source of income and as a way to share the wild spaces with others who won’t likely see it otherwise.
Josie is a younger woman with a heart of gold. She’s perky, quirky, so full of life and energy that its hard not to like her from the start. She lives a nomadic life, taking a job here and there as she travels around the giant country. Its after taking a job at the local watering hole that she meets Felix. As they become friends, they are thrown into a myriad of feelings, emotions and actions as well as a mystery and crisis that threaten to tear them apart before they have even begun.
While all three books are fantastic I believe Felix and Josie’s adventure is my favourite. However that doesn’t mean I wont be reading all of them again and again.
I really enjoyed reading about these two women, and for ending up in a really messed up situation, I thought they both handled it in a way that would be expected by anyone. There was some missed opportunities at just asking the other what was going on, rather than making assumptions, as well as some overblown situations, but it felt pretty realistic to what was going on and I couldn’t really picture anyone behaving with 100 clarity and aplomb in the uncomfortable position they were all in.
As usual with this series, there is an HEA, one I really enjoyed. I liked how Felix and Josie’s relationship progressed and I thought it felt really natural. I’m always a fan of Cheyenne’s stories and writing
Copy received from author in exchange for an honest review.
I was given this ARC by Ylva Publishing in return for an honest review.