1) Just from reading the blurb, I figured I'd be in over my head in no time. And I wasn't wrong. There are straights, gays, and bisexuals here, a glorious rainbow of orientations and polyamory. And yet they all somehow seem to gel. Fascinating. The writing flows well, the pace could be tighter, the dialogue is realistic if not altogether necessary all the time, and the characters feel real with their emotional and sexual baggage, tying them all together. There are also some important, current, heavy issues dealt here, like sexual and gender confusion, bisexuality, teen suicide, prejudice and discrimination, etc. Despite that, though, sometimes it felt like people had already been through the same discussion, so it got a little repetitive. The polyamorous relationship wasn't turned into a spectacle or lurid erotica. These were real people trying to manage their feelings for each other. All in all, an interesting twist on the old romance theme.
Transitions David Connor
Bisexual - Contemporary Romance
File Size: 2280 KB
Print Length: 232 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Less Than Three Press, LLC (August 1, 2017)
Publication Date: August 1, 2017
Amazon: Transitions David Connor
Being part of an Olympic skating pair should be excitement enough for one life, but for Erika that's only the beginning. Her skating partner, Tom Alan, is her ex-husband, who fell in love with former British ice dancer Milo, and all three of them live together and raise her daughter, whose father is Erika's ex-boyfriend, Bill, a rabid hockey fan who is old friends with Milo.
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