I really enjoyed this book. The author did a brilliant job with the pacing of the story. I never once felt as if the storyline was dragging or that it was being rushed, everything flowed as it should have, giving me-and other readers-the chance to really get to know Bri and Dana. To fall in love with them. To be annoyed by them at times. To laugh with them, and to cry with them. The love story between these two women, set against a backdrop of danger and violence, childhood hurts and pains, was beautifully described and expressed by the author through the development of the characters, the wildly descriptive settings, and a plot that was thrilling in all manners of the word. To that end I had to give this book a score of 40/40. It was very much deserved.
The Wrong Kind of Woman by Voss Porter
Lesbian Romantic Comedy
Paperback: 344 pages
Publisher: Dark Hollows Press, LLC (February 18, 2016)
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All of her life, Dana Anderson has done what was expected of her. She put herself through school, she worked hard for her career, and she held her brother together after the loss of both parents. As summer comes and her inhibitions lower, however, she finds herself face-to-face with danger, mystery, and an illogical chance at true love. Will rough and ready biker, Bri Gunner, be the woman of her dreams? Or will the heat of their passing flame burn out?
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