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...

Revel by Bryce Oakley


Being forced to share a room, especially while attending a marriage, is such a popular setting in Lesfic that it is well on its way to become a trope by itself. This setting is used with varying degrees of success. This book is one of the successes.

Isla, a schoolteacher, and Freya, a painter, are the last two singletons in their group of friends. They arrive on a private island for the wedding of two of the group and find that they've been assigned a room together and nothing else is available on the property. All their friends are happily coupled up, the place is romantic and love is in the air. So the universe is conspiring to match them up -- and who are mere mortals to fight aligned stars?

Despite it's short length, Oakley fits in all necessary high points of a typical romance -- irresistible attraction, doubts, interfering friends, heart-to-heart with friend, a couple of sex scenes, some sweet and tender moments between the leading ladies, some fun banter (between leads and with friends), a little misunderstanding and temporary break, a grand(ish) gesture and HEA. And she does it well. 

A quick sweet read that achieves its primary purpose of rounding up all characters making up a group of friends (and a series) in blissful coupledom nicely enough to leave a smile on the reader's face.


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