elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Best Lesbian Debut

And the Rainbow Award goes to:

1. Loved and Lost by Stephanie Kusiak
Paperback: 566 pages
Publisher: Sapphire Books Publishing (July 1, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1939062586
ISBN-13: 978-1939062581
Amazon: Loved and Lost
Amazon Kindle: Loved and Lost

Where should I begin with this book? If it was the author's intent to reach into the very depths of the reader's heart and soul and pull out every emotion, taking them through the heights of fated love, happiness, joy, and forgiveness, while subsequently raking them over the coals of despair, jealousy, bitterness, grief, anguish, loss, suffering, and unparalleled heartbreak, then I say she has achieved that immensely.

A story that will stay with me a long time, caused a lot of emotion when I was reading it. Definitely will be on my reread list.

Oh gosh give me the sequel now! This book was so captivating that I couldn't put it down till the very end. An incredibly impressive debut book, the author have surely put the stake high so I can only wish her too keep doing what she had done here!

Runners Up:
2. Freak Camp: Posts From a Previously Normal Girl by Jessica V. Barnett
3. Like Jazz by Heather Blackmore
4. Let the Lover Be by Sheree L. Greer
5. Exception to the Rule by Cindy Rizzo

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