Lesbian Contemporary Romance
Paperback: 258 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 25, 2015)
Amazon Kindle: Hurt
When it comes to matters of the heart, Nicole Landers has made some wrong choices. But now Nicole, one of the top real estate agents in Chattanooga, thinks she’s finally made the right one in Jamie Tate. Despite a serious Johnny Cash obsession and a tendency to shy away from long-term commitment, Jamie seems to be the perfect choice. Jamie is kind, loving and especially nice to Nicole’s elderly grandmother. Now all Nicole has to do is convince the attractive police detective that it's time to take things to the next level. Jamie is crazy in love with Nicole and ready to move their relationship forward. Jamie decides it’s finally time to sell her home and move in together—something that Nicole has been talking about doing for months. Knowing that Nicole believes her to be commitment-shy, Jamie thinks it might be fun to surprise her with the move. However, things take on an ironic twist when an old friend Jamie hasn’t seen in years comes by to look at the house, setting into motion a series of events that leaves more than just Nicole and Jamie’s relationship in jeopardy.
This was an excellent story. I loved both characters to bits. They were so much fun to read about and root far. Jamie is by far one of my fav fictional cops, she was written very well on that point (and many others). Nicole was equally engaging. The good intentions and misunderstandings were well-executed and believable. The story had good pacing, and I resented whenever I had to put it down. The end was perfect. An awesome story.
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