elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Transformed by Suzanne Falter & Jack Harvey (246-08-03-2016)

1) This story started slow for me but did get better. Feels more like a romance. I liked both Charley and Electra, especially Charley and his inner turmoil. Both well developed.

2) Chaotic and messy at first, this novel begins as disorganized as real life often is. Yet, it all comes together to form cohesive, quirky, and extraordinarily interesting characters and an excellent story. Great dialogue only adds to this wonderful crime tale. A magnificent read!

Transformed: San Francisco (Quirky Queer Spy Novels #1) by Suzanne Falter & Jack Harvey
Transgender Humor
Series: Quirky Queer Spy Novels
Paperback: 306 pages
Publisher: New Heights Publishing; 1 edition (February 2, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0996998101
ISBN-13: 978-0996998109
Amazon: Transformed: San Francisco (Quirky Queer Spy Novels #1)
Amazon Kindle: Transformed: San Francisco (Quirky Queer Spy Novels #1)

Charley McElroy is a handsome, well-heeled travel writer and CIA informant who also happens to be an F-to-M transman. And he’s been recently benched by the Agency for not paying his taxes. On the other side of San Francisco, Electra, a Manhattan socialite-turned-dominatrix has just arrived to rebuild her life. Meanwhile Frankie is a lesbian police sergeant on the outs with the SFPD and trying to recover from the death of her wife. Against all odds, the three meet and uncover a Christian fundamentalist’s plot to destroy the ‘hedonists’ of San Francisco. Together, they set out to foil the terrorist's plot – but can they get anyone to listen to them? Or are they on their own? Find out in this fast, funny thriller filled with San Francisco’s spectacular scenery and inimitable, quirky characters.

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