Posts Tagged: f/f

Let the Lover Be by Sheree L. Greer

Let the Lover Be by Sheree L. Greer

September 10, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

The cover of this book jumped out at me when I was browsing NetGalley one afternoon earlier this summer. Something about the bubblegum pink background mixed with that kinda butch black model caught my eye and made me read the blurb. When I saw that it took place in New… Read more »

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What I’m Reading/Reviewing Next

What I’m Reading/Reviewing Next

August 21, 2014 Reading Guide 1

The Color of Love by Sandra Kitt An artist trapped in an unfulfilling relationship, Leah Downey wants more out of life. But she plays it safe, never venturing too far from her comfort zone . . . not since the night she was mugged at knifepoint. Beginning a relationship with… Read more »

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The Week In I-Have-No-Effing-Time-To-Read News

The Week In I-Have-No-Effing-Time-To-Read News

July 31, 2014 Reading Guide 9

Let’s talk about my iPad Kindle app and how much it misses me. Or my bookshelf that’s collecting dust because I have no time to read. Yes it’s time for another No-Time-To-Read-To-Be-Read List   The Lawyer’s Luck by Piper Huguley – I ran into Piper via twitter’s Black Lady Author… Read more »

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The Suffragette Scandal by Courtney Milan

The Suffragette Scandal by Courtney Milan

July 22, 2014 Historical, Reviews 5

File under: Finished at 4 a.m. because OMG. The Suffragette Scandal is a new Courtney Milan book and therefore the reviewers of Romanceland are swooning like Directioners at a meet and greet. Let’s not pretend I’m above that. Do we even need a review? Can we go now? Ok, fine! Free has replaced Smite… Read more »

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Flight by Kate Christie

Flight by Kate Christie

June 30, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2

Author Jill Sorenson stops by today with a review of a coming-of-age/New Adult f/f book that she really enjoyed. I have no idea why I bought this book. I think I found it on Amazon during one of my endless searches for affordable, well-edited lesbian romance. By the time I… Read more »

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Links: Thursday, June 5th

Links: Thursday, June 5th

June 5, 2014 Links 2

Just a guy taking a selfie with a llama in a party hat. Female/female romance – Riptide editor Sarah Frantz weighs in on why f/f isn’t as popular as m/m. I don’t disagree with what she says but it’s more complex than this quick post. (Post has a video of… Read more »

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Beacon Hill: The Series

Beacon Hill: The Series

May 30, 2014 Movie / TV 0

The future of television appears to be subscription based content streaming. As the number of soaps aired on traditional networks continues to decrease, a market opportunity opened up. Unless you’ve got the money of Netflix or Amazon behind you, streaming content means low production values with simple edits. Soaps, by their very nature,… Read more »

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Frenemy of the People by Nora Olsen

Frenemy of the People by Nora Olsen

May 16, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 1

Clarissa and Lexie couldn’t be more different. Clarissa is a chirpy, optimistic do-gooder and a top rider on the school’s equestrian team. Lexie is an angry, punk rock activist and the only out lesbian at their school. When Clarissa declares she’s bi and starts a Gay-Straight Alliance, she unwittingly presses… Read more »

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My No-Time-To-Read-To-Be-Read List

My No-Time-To-Read-To-Be-Read List

February 28, 2014 Opinion 4

First, I’d like to say thank you to Ridley and Meoskop for going along with this. You rock! When we started this party in the margins, I had more time to read, mostly because my life was kinda sorta in shambles and when you can’t leave the couch, reading is… Read more »

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