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The characters in this romance are not your typical lesbian romance characters. The characters of Dove Jacobi and Lissa Moon (love the name and the reason for the name!) are everyday, real people with real-life issues, concerns, and needs. The two are old acquaintances and social media friends. Based on the social media chats they have before they meet again in person, this time in Sweet Springs, Wisconsin, the reader can tell that they have a connection. That connection only intensifies when Lissa moves into the Wisconsin family farmhouse that Dove is re-modeling for Lissa after Lissa's grandfather passed away. Lissa moves into a she-shed (think man cave for women) that Dove has built especially for Lissa so she has a peaceful environment to paint. The two women have engaging, witty conversations, share meals together, share their art and opinions with each other, enjoy the simple things in life, and develop a level of attraction, especially since there are no blinds on the French doors of the she-shed and Dove spots Lissa in two compromising situations! The only concern I have with the book is that I believe a chapter was missing in my Amazon download between Rock, Paper, Scissors and Another Go. I wanted to contact Amazon and ask them to send me the missing chapter. I needed to remove from my mind those two compromising situations that Dove spotted through the French doors and replace them with a scene (if not a full chapter) of the attraction/love between Dove and Lissa. I wanted that pay off. But I still gave the book 5 stars because it was a wonderfully written book.
In addition to the well written book, I sincerely enjoyed the two After Words sections, one by each author. Their mutual respect and love shine through. In Melissa's After Words section she asks if the reader can tell which writing is hers versus Jae's in the novel. For the first half of the book it was very obvious to me since Jae has such a distinctive writing style, but after that point the two styles seemed to blend together very well and it was less obvious to me who wrote which parts. Great job ladies and I look forward to more collaborations!
I have read several of Kelli's books and this collaboration with her wife was a stroke of genius!!!! Both, of course, have different writing styles but for the life of me I wasn't looking at that. I was totally mesmerized at how the story unfolded and at times wanted to shake them and say "look at her...don't you see??? But, of course they found their way in due time. Please tell me this will not be the end of the collaboration your writing together is absolutely wonderful!!!Good job Kelli and Melissa!!!! Please write us some more.....
Just another marvelous creation...a wonderful read.