Sweet Spot (Raw Talent Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Virginia Miller is disappointed when her friend Nadia Gorla didn't win her tournament, so she decides they need to drown their sorrows. The next morning Virginia finds herself in some hot water due to her alcohol induced shenanigans. However, when she recieves some bad news from her boss, Nadia is there to comfort her. While Virginia is a bit nervous to begin a relationship with her mentor, she has had a crush on Nadia for a long time.
If you're looking for a quick f/f read with a bit of tennis and locker rooms thrown in, this is the short for you!
*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
While the sex scenes with Nadia and Virginia are very hot, especially the shower scene, the story of their attraction is well crafted too. Plus there are a few other conflicts along the way that keep the reader form figuring everything out too quickly. Both main characters of Virgina and Nadia are well developed and by the end you are cheering for them...in both their tennis and their other activities! Another good lesbian story by this author.
I wish to thank Ms. Felthouse for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
Poor Virginia is a bundle of nerves. Some of the things she worries about are absolutely legitimate, but there were a few times when I wanted to give her a hug and tell her to try assuming the best about what other people are thinking instead for while. She’s the kind of character this fellow worrywart can’t help but to sympathize with due to how much detail was packed into every one of her internal monologues. Figuring out how to shut down those unhelpful thoughts isn’t easy, but it’s sure nice to know that you’re not the only one trying to tune them out!
The first sex scene caught me by surprise. I knew it was coming eventually, of course, but it felt premature due to everything else that is going on as well as the serious nature of the scenes that sandwich it. Delaying it until certain subplots found their resolutions would have earned this book a much higher rating.
Speaking of subplots, I wasn’t expecting to find so many of them in this piece. Each one adds depth to Virginia’s backstory and personality. It was entertaining to see how they all eventually tied together. While they could have been expanded into a full-length novel, they worked just as well in a novella of this length. There is definitely room for a sequel, though, if Ms. Felthouse ever decides to write one.
Sweet Spot was a fun ride. This is a great choice for anyone in the mood for a well-developed tale whose secondary story lines are nearly as interesting as the main event.
originally posted at long and short reviews
Ms. Felthouse serves up a delightful tale of two athletic women moving from friends to lovers. The tennis theme helped bring forth a friendly competitive chemistry between Virginia and Nadia. The two women volley back and forth a lusty flirtation which brings the reader to a steamy shower scene. I'm glad I'm not the only one who fantasizes about a shower scene like this after a good workout.
This story moves at a good pace. The sex is good. The characters are fun and likeable. There is a little plot device which is used to create a situation for Virginia. This didn’t work too well for me. I understand why it was used and how it makes the story work. It felt as if it pulled focus from the story. Perhaps it was a bit too easy an explanation and resolution which is why it didn't do well for me. Still, overall this story is a smooth and enjoyable read. Recommended for f/f romance lovers who want to read about sexy athletic women getting it on.
<i>*I received an advanced copy</i>
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