- File Size: 4349 KB
- Print Length: 72 pages
- Publisher: NineStar Press (July 30, 2018)
- Publication Date: July 30, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07FVMMF35
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,099,403 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Push Me Pull Me Kindle Edition
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At 20,000 words this isn’t a bad novelette to pick up but having an awareness of what it is and isn’t can help prevent you from getting angry or disappointed. At 20,000 words there’s limited character and plot development; there’s some time spent on getting to know Mallory—she’s not the world’s best employee and has elements of daydreaming. Oh! Almost forgot, she has a Tumblr. She’s twenty-four, but that doesn’t provide enough of an excuse to dampen my own middle-aged person rage at a character’s sense of entitlement and poor work ethic. However, this rage is only there for the first 2,000 or so words.
The reader really doesn’t get to know Corinne, and as a ‘mysterious, in-tune with her sexuality’ type character, there’s a lot missing with the reading, only having Mallory’s very limited perspective. However, as a character, I’d like to know a lot more about her, but there’s not too much resolution in that area.
What the novelette is, though, is sex, pretty good sex. Lots of sex. Decent sex, realistic sex. Wait, not realistic in terms of how it happens, but realistic in that you have a character who has some doubts and insecurities as well as questions about what is going on with someone who has more sexual experience and is leading her into situations. I also had a moment of glee in reading a sex scene that ends with the narrator acknowledging that she was out of shape, was getting a cramp, and it’s hard to hold oneself in a certain position for a long period of time. There’s more character development and self-reflection in the protagonist when it comes to sex than in any other portion of the story; as a result, it’s not a bad quick-read with decent sex scenes. However, if you’re looking for an all-out romance, it’s probably not the greatest option.
Push Me Pull Me is the first book from Amanda Rhodes, but I already know I'll read anything that she writes. Any author that can start off this strong and make me not want to stop reading is an author I have to watch.
I enjoyed mostly everything about this story, but I'm not sure all readers will. It's really funny in a very relatable way. I loved, loved, loved the insecure, spastic, anxious female MC and related to her so much. Plus, I'm a sucker for a butch girl, so that was an automatic plus for me.
I felt like I was reading my friend talk about a date. Well, a hot date, and spilling all the dirty details. The sex scene is pretty hot, but dirty little me wishes it was even hotter, more explicit, and kinkier. There is always the next book for that...
Parts of the story were a bit underdeveloped, but that is understandable and hard to avoid in novella format. However, if you want something that will make you smile, nod your head, and squirm in your seat, and you like F/F, this story is for you.
*Copy provided in exchange for an honest review*
At just around fifty pages, there's not a lot of time to set things up or for an in depth background on each of the characters but that didn't stop me from feeling like I knew both rather well. Mallory's nervousness and shyness definitely came through as well as Corinne's embracing of her sexuality. This is definitely an erotic story and there is a lot of sexual tension both of which made for enjoyable reading.
Mallory added some humor with her inner dialogue as well as some depth and genuine emotion as she grapples with her self consciousness about her body. Corrine was bold and confident with an air of mystery about her that was thoroughly wonderful. I loved this short, sexy story and will definitely look for more from Amanda Rhodes.