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Wrong Number, Right Woman Kindle Edition
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"As usual, Jae's characters are perfect from their highest qualities to their deepest insecurities. I would recommend this book to anyone."- Rainbow Moose's Reviews
"If you're in the mood for a sweet romance, low on angst but high on chemistry and all-around loveliness, look no further."- Jude in the Stars
"This was the feel good, happy, and sweet romance of the summer. ... While I love all of Jae's books, this book will go into the pile of her books that were really special to me."- Lex Kent
- ASIN : B08GYR8RGP
- Publisher : Ylva Publishing; 1st edition (September 2, 2020)
- Publication date : September 2, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 1106 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 386 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 3963244011
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #29,795 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Here's what I love about Jae as an author: she asks for input about what people don't see enough of in lesfic and then she writes it. After 21 novels, no two of her books are alike, her characters aren't always exclusively feminine or masculine, they vary in how they identify on the sexual spectrum, they have varied body types, and always have unique professions and backgrounds. Her stories are inclusive and never re-treads. A common thread I appreciate is they are mature enough to communicate about their vulnerabilities and insecurities in a healthy way. And the woman knows how to write swoon-worthy romance!
In addition to being shy and butch, Denny carries some extra love handles. Eliza is beautiful but also has her own physical insecurities. I love how their relationship flourishes as friends as it grows and deepens. Both are very lovable characters that you root for. Denny is especially appealing. Interestingly, I don't usually find myself gravitating toward butch characters, but Jae has written some that I've absolutely loved - especially Luke from Backwards to Oregon and now Denny. They're not stereotypical, but fully three dimensional characters, as evidenced by Denny's surprising passion.
There are also strong secondary characters - including Denny's sister Salem and niece Bella, who live with her, and Eliza's best friend Heather, a trans woman who is like a sister to her. This is a solid, feel-good romance that sure hits the sweet spot in times like these! Highly recommend.
The books is full of wonderful characters that I hope we'll meet again.
I liked all the characters but the constant overthinking of everything just drove me to a point where I wished it would “Finally”be the end of the book.
I overthink everything myself so to read it page after page ......it was disappointing.I usually enjoy Jae’s books but not this one.
Long story short, after Angi's dr. appointment and a few other errands. we returned home, and I immediately reopened the book. That was early Thursday afternoon. I finished it later that day. I simply could not wait to read what would happen next.
As usual, Jae has delivered a thoroughly satisfying lesbian novel. I found myself laughing, smiling, and hanging on the story as it developed. I recommend it without reservation. 5 STARS!
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The first half of the book is great, it’s slow burn, the chemistry between the 2 leads is fun and Eliza’s journey is authentic and well detailed.
However, the second half of the book is so sickly sweet that I could practically feel my teeth rotting out of my head as I was reading it. Don’t get me wrong, if you like super low (i.e. zero) angst then this is definitely the book for you, but for me I felt it could have done with one, or both, of them being something less than perfect. They both said the right things, did the right things, thought the right things, and for me it just took away from the realism slightly.
That being said, it does leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling, and as previously stated, Jae’s writing is excellent as always.
I love how Jae has woven a romantic, edge of your seat story while portraying people we meet in our every day lives.
Jae also makes some valid social points through her story including the one that labels aren’t necessary. We need to look beyond labels at the person, emotions etc
It was a book that made me, smile, chuckle out loud but also tugged at my heart strings,
I wanted to read this book non stop but towards the end became a reading tortoise as I didn’t want it to end.
Looking forward to Jae’s next novel - maybe one about Heather!!!