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Love, From A to Z by Robin Alexander

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Robin Alexander books are like a carefully hoarded treat that we dip into when we feel rather deserving. Though this one was...

Exit Strategy: A Lesbian Romance Novel by Nicolette Dane

This book is unrealised promise. The premise is interesting with inbuilt potential for sparks, drama and everything else. But nothing is followed through.

Mae Huxley owns a tech start-up in which her parents and best friend, actress June, are partners. Mae’s parents and June are silent partners inasmuch they provide financial support only. On the cusp of growing bigger, Mae is floundering because she is essentially a one-person management and decision-making team and it is all a little too much. June brings in Audrey Addison, a legend in the tech space who is now an angel investor and venture capitalist. Mae has reservations about being steamrolled by the much-more experienced Audrey and losing her company. She is also all sorts of attracted to Audrey, who is there in Mae’s life only for a short time, at best.

Despite the great premise, the book is completely lacklustre. The writing and narration cover everything but in such a superficial manner that it all seems cardboard. There was not one single moment of feeling any emotion including any sort of attraction between the MCs. The dialogue is flat.

This book is completely avoidable. 

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