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2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: To Love Again by B.L. Clark

To Love Again by B.L. Clark
Lesbian Contemporary General Fiction
Paperback: 442 pages
Publisher: Sapphire Books Publishing (May 15, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1939062993
ISBN-13: 978-1939062994
Amazon: To Love Again
Amazon Kindle: To Love Again

Jade Donovan felt like she had everything in life, a great marriage, a beautiful daughter, and then fate intervened. Now she needs to learn how to move forward, not only for herself, but her four-year-old daughter. Jade's best friend Kristel hopes to help her get back on track by attending a grief counseling group run by Rachel Cassidy, a widow herself. With time, Jade is able to take the steps forward to heal and finds herself falling for Rachel. Not everybody is happy with the path that Jade has started on. Will Jade be able to overcome the loss of her wife and the other obstacles life has in store for her, to be able To Love Again?

A touching, tender, well-written story. The author weaves deftly between heartbreaking and heartwarming moments without slipping into cliché.

An author can’t do better than write a story that keep the reader attention page after page, and B.L. Clark have wrote a so alluring story that I couldn't put it down. A really good debut book! Interesting story, great development, tridimensional characters that were realistic and a lot of feelings without ever become too predictable or boring.  Really really really good!

Well written love story, in which I experienced a rollercoaster of emotions.

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