I took a while to warm to this couple but loved the end
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
I struggled a fair bit at the start of this book because I just couldn’t connect to either of the characters at first.
Chelsea was immature, irresponsible and self-centred, while Tara was outwardly flirty and worldly but also strangely closed off.
It also took me a while to really buy into the fact Chelsea was attracted to Tara sexually, rather than just interested in her friendship.
However, as the narrative unfolded and they spent more time together, I think the author did a great job of peeling back the superficial layers to reveal their true depth of character.
It’s medium steam and the sexy times are definitely emotionally engaging.
Both women grew on me, and the big tension causing plot point felt like a real obstacle, not just something thrown in, even if it did happen around the usual 75% mark 😉
The final few chapters, and the Epilogue, however, were fabulous and I loved those.
#ARC kindly received from the publisher Hearts Eyes Press in return for an honest and unbiased review.
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