- 5-Stars--Kimberley B. from Love Bytes Reviews--"The wonderful E. Lynn Harris is no longer with us so there is a bit of a void there and you can rarely find any same sex love stories which feature people of color. LaQuette changed that with this novella. I definitely recommend this novella as well as this author."
- 4.5 Stars--My Reading Nook--"Love's Changes is multi-layered and real in its portrayal. There's no sugar-coating the ugliness that can exist in the world for anyone who is gay. My heart broke for Bryan especially. Bryan and Justice will have you rooting for them every step of the way; even when there doesn't seem to be a way around their impasse. Just when you think you've got Bryan and Justice figured out, BAM! This novella packs a powerful punch in less than 100 pages! Another hit out of the park from LaQuette! I could have read another 100 pages of Bryan and Justice."
- 4-Stars--Boy Meets Boy Reviews--"This was impressive. I haven't read anything from this author before, but it is clear that LaQuette is a skilled writer of romance. I was engaged with this couple from the first page, and felt the love and torment throughout the story."
- 4-Stars--Oh My Shelves Book Blog--"I enjoyed this novella and the writing as a this short packed quite a punch. It featured broken characters and a broken relationship that was eventually healed because of love. This story is a perfect example of how love and familial support or lack thereof affects the acceptance of one's sexuality."
About the Author
This bestselling Erotic Romance Author is the 2016 Author of the Year Golden Apple Award Winner, 2015 Swirl Awards Bronze Winner in Romantic Suspense, and 2015 Georgia Romance Writers Maggie Award Finalist in Erotic Romance. LaQuette--a native of Brooklyn, New York--spends her time catering to her three distinct personalities: Wife, Mother, and Educator.
Writing--her escape from everyday madness--has always been a friend and source of comfort. At the age of sixteen she read her first romance novel and realized the genre was missing something: people that looked and lived like her. As a result, her characters and settings are always designed to provide positive representations of people of color and various marginalized communities.
She loves hearing from readers and discussing the crazy characters that are running around in her head causing so much trouble. Contact her on Facebook, Twitter, @LaQuetteLikes, her website, NovelsbyLaQuette.com, Amazon, her Facebook group, LaQuette's Lounge, and via email at LaQuette@NovelsbyLaQuette.com.