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Reality Lesbian Paperback – November 2, 2013
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Fact One: Q. Kelly likes corny jokes. If you have any good ones, send them her way! Fact Two: Q. Kelly’s favorite color is purple, but her writing is gray. Life is not black and white. She often writes about issues and characters where there is no "right" answer. Fact Three: Q. Kelly is weird. She likes being weird.
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As I write this "review" I have to admit I'm a little punchy from lack of sleep but I have to say to anyone looking for a uniquely cute romance, patterned after the reality show The Bachelorette, you won't go wrong buying this book!! Think of that reality show with a lesbian lead and you've got Q's whimsical and entertaining tale of 20 lesbians vying for a proposal from a gorgeous 6' veterinarian.
Just to be clear, this is not a comedy but rather a look at the serious aspect of reality shows and how contestants can be and are manipulated and affected by pressures from the people "pulling the strings" during the taping of this type of show.
Enjoy the read! I most certainly did!!
I enjoyed this book, I really felt for Zara and for Andy, in fact I wish that Andy's character instead of Crystal would be the lead in the follow up book. My biggest issue was that as much as I liked Lucy and the love story as it developed, it still left me questioning who she really was. Was Lucy just a person falling in love, or was she truly a person who at age 30 discovered her real self?
I have a female friend who was in a five year relationship with a woman who was pregnant when they met. She loved this woman and help to raise the child she had, only to have this woman walkout on her to go back to men; implying she had made a mistake. Not only did my friend lose someone she loved, but she also lost the child who she had grown to love as well.
You want to believe Lucy's character and hope that she and Zara find their happily ever after, but my views unfortunately are skewed, though I will say again I really did enjoy this book and will read the sequel.
So yeah. I'd recommend it.