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Jump Then Fall by Sarah Sanders

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ An unabashed, unapologetic romance with lots and lots of sizzling, superhot sex. Yummy! Ika and Ree work in a multinati...

How Sweet It Is By Melissa Brayden

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆


Melissa Brayden is one of the most bankably safe authors in the world of lesbian romances. Her writing is fun, her characters sweet and the supporting characters nicely etched out.

This one is a small town romance.

Molly O’Brien is struggling to keep her business afloat. After four years of having lost the love of her life, Cassie, in a plane crash, she is also tentatively testing out waters again.

Jordan Tuscana is Cassie’s younger sister, who has returned to town for the first time in four years. She now a filmmaker in midst of exploring whether she wants to continue in a job or start off on her own.  

Jordan has always had a crush on Molly, but never acted on it since Molly was firmly into Cassie, the sister.

However, this time round, things are different.

Usually, in a romance, it is difficult to balance both characters equally – for the author and for the reader. There is always one that the reader gets better and becomes more fond of. This is one romance where both the girls are equally balanced and we like – really like – both immensely.

The end was a little weak, in terms of the documentary that Jordan finally ends up making. But apart from that, this is a lovely, flowing read.
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