Breathless by Sarah Sanders

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Short, sweet and sexy – we loved this book. Lara is a movie star whose career has crashed and burnt. She is in the throes o...

Comrade Cowgirl by Yolanda Wallace


Russia as a setting for a contemporary lesbian romance is unusual and interesting especially since Russia criminalises homosexuality.

Laramie Bowman is a rancher from Wyoming. Her older brother chases a dream of being a rodeo star while Laramie is happy to handle the ranch with their father. A rodeo accident puts her brother out of commission and piling costs for the already-stretched family finances in the foreseeable future. Doing her bit to help alleviate the expenses, Laramie takes on a three-year job offer to set a newly minted ranch in Russia on track. Anastasia Petrova, a gay activist in Moscow lands the job as Laramie’s translator. Ana is out and as a consequence finds herself out of jobs all too soon. Her finances are practically at rock bottom. There is instant attraction between the two MCs but they cannot act on their attraction because of the repressive political atmosphere.

Ana and Laramie work well together. The attraction between them and their conversations are sweet. More than seventy-five percent of the book is spent in acknowledging their attraction towards one another but not really being able to act on it.

The end is a little rushed and a little pat on many fronts but still, it is the HEA that romance readers would all want. 


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