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...

Not the Marrying Kind (Fair Oaks #2) by Jae


Class president, head cheerleader, town sweetheart, popular Ashley Gaines has a huge secret which she has kept for fifteen years. She is gay and not willing to come out because she is way too bothered by others’ opinions, so she pretends to be straight, though she doesn’t date anyone at all. Pansexual Sasha Peterson, a couple of years junior and had quite a crush on Ashley in high school. All grown up now, Ashley is the town florist and Sasha owns a bakery. They have common friends and hang out every Saturday. Life runs on an even keel, until the day Ashley accidentally outs herself to Sasha. Slowly, Ashley starts opening up to Sasha and their chemistry grows.

This is a slow, long burn romance. The focus is mostly on Ashley and her struggles. It would’ve been nice to see the Ashley of her entrance scene too – the confident head cheerleader whom the town loves instead of only the tortured, troubles, timid one. It would also have been nice to have one scene where Sasha confesses her long-time crush. Wishes…wishes.

The pacing of the book is excellent, the connection believable and the chemistry excellent. The sex is hot. Both the MCs are so likeable and their slowly developing and growing relationship completely engrossing.

You cannot go wrong with choosing this one. 


Search Review by Author or Book Name

Explore Reviews

Most Read This Week

Search Review by Author or Book Name

Most Read in the Last 30 Days

Search Review By Author Or Book Name

Most Read in the Past 365 Days

Search Review by Author or Book Name

Check Out Our Reviews Of

Matters of the Heart
The Shark
Then & Now
Just Married?
Give Me a Reason
Dare to Stay
Peppermint Kiss
Eyes Like Those
Love Like This
Blood and Roses
The Arrangement
Princess of Dorsa
Marriage of Unconvenience
The Lucky Ones
Off Screen
Reality Check
Far from Home
Stormy Seas

Best Lesfic Reviews's favorite books »