Lesbian Erotic Romance
Paperback: 150 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (July 27, 2015)
Amazon: Spring Blossom (Camellia Book 2)
Amazon Kindle: Spring Blossom (Camellia Book 2)
Relationships, BDSM, and family are all complicated enough on their own—and almost impossible when they come crashing together unexpectedly. When Danny's brother sees a bruise that Danny obtained while in a scene with Lucy, she faces judgement from her family and their reactions send her running to Lucy for a safe place to clear her head. But staying with her girlfriend isn't the solution to the problem, and if she's going to untangle the mess that her life has become, Danny first has to start with taking control of herself.
I loved it and I want more of the story!!! I found both MC's well written and would love to hear more of their story. Both are complex with so much more to offer. The authors have a smooth easy style to their writing.
Best work I’ve seen so far. The only thing I would note is that since it’s shorter than the other books I’ve read, it has a slight advantage over other works. But apart from that, the characters are sympathetic (though a bit too romanticized in the some scenes) and well-developed and the plot conflict is tied up well at the end. The sex scenes were hot and very well written and the setting felt familiar and I had no trouble visualizing it. The book was also very well written – minimal typos, grammar rules adhered to, word choice both correct and evocative. I would be happy to read subsequent works by these authors.
One of the best romances I read this year. I was lucky enough to catch the first book last year and even more so to catch the latest installment. Beautifully written and with surprising twists, I couldn't stop reading this wonderful romance.
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