elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Slow Burn in Tuscany by Giselle Fox (309-08-24-2016)

Overall a pretty good read. Loved the setting and character a lot. The story itself seemed drag a bit towards the end and the ending was rather abrupt in my opinion. I would have liked to see Brianna have to work a bit harder to get the girl.

Slow Burn in Tuscany by Giselle Fox
Lesbian Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: July 14, 2016
Amazon Kindle: Slow Burn in Tuscany

What do you do when your worst enemy turns out to be the one woman you can't resist?

Single mom Brianna Valente has hated Madison Blake since the night they graduated high school. So when the rich, beautiful Madison signs up for the same tour of Italy that Bree is taking with her BFF, it’s almost enough to ruin the trip before they start.

As if that’s not bad enough, a nosy, loud-mouthed journalist starts poking into the tourists’ private lives -- and turns Bree’s upside down. Suddenly, everything she thought she knew is wrong … and the woman she was sure she hated is hotter than the Tuscan sun and firing all Bree’s fantasies.

The tour becomes a journey of unexpected discoveries, full of sweet seduction and vivid emotion … until Bree realizes that she stands in the way of Madison’s deepest desire. Will Bree sacrifice her first-ever chance at real romance for the sake of Madison’s dream? And if she does, can love find a way to bring them together again?

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