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Something Tragic by Jessica Yeh

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆★ There are some books that hold you in a thrall of emotions that they create long after you’ve finished them. You have emotions...

The Lesbian Billionaires Club (TLBC #1) by K.C. Luck


This is the lesbian version of Harold Robbins’ book. Insanely rich and powerful protagonist who has women falling at their feet and love playing around. Meeting an ingénue, a HOT ingénue = insta-lust + insta-love + insta-change of personality. The title makes it clear that this is a series and we can probably expect one book for each member of the Club.

Madison (real name never revealed) is a part of the exclusive Lesbian Billionaires Club which, if we remember right, has twelve members. Madison is out and proud and a player. The rest of the members of the Club are not equally out and want Madison to put an immediate stop to her philandering ways and stop the attention she draws. The solution that the Club members have is that she should find someone and settle down. Aggravated by the ultimatum, Madison wants a drink in her car on her way back to the airport. Since there is none available in the car, she makes a pit stop and is hit by a car driven by one, Claire. Claire is smokin’ and Project Claire starts in earnest a) because she is super-hot and b) she is the perfect answer to the club’s ultimatum.

While we weren’t particular fans of Madison, we absolutely love the power and money at her disposal. Claire and her hotness jump off the page. The sex scenes are so many that this should be called an erotic romance rather than a romance. (PS: they are good). The late arrival of a secondary storyline was tepid but likely necessary for continuity to the next book.

Considering that Harold Robbins was madly popular, this kind of fantastical escapist fantasy is a popular jam. It is short and has good sex scenes – so why not give it a shot?


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