elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Best LGBT Romantic Comedy

And the Rainbow Award goes to:

1. J.L. Merrow – Slam

This book was a charmer. The reader can't help but feel affection for the colorful first person narrator Jude, his mum, his best mate Keisha and his dog Bubbles. Even Kevin, Mum's boyfriend, who from Jude's perspective is a bit flat and uninteresting, gains depth as the story unfolds. (Melissa)
I just loved how funny the main character was through-out this story. The plot seemed to develop slowly, but this allowed for the reader to get to know the main character well. (April)
Fun and playfully written. Loved the plot twist and the connections between characters. (Theresa)

Runners Up:

2. Barbara Davies - Licensed to Spy / Sandrine Gasq-Dion - A Betting Man, A Marrying Man (2 novellas as 1 submission)
3. Wade Kelly - My Roommate's a Jock

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Tags: author: barbara davies, author: j.l. merrow, author: sandrine gasq-dion, author: wade kelly, rainbow awards 2013

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