Review of ‘Wall South Dakota – Loving Blue in Red States’ by Anne Hagan


This story hit just the right notes romantically for me. Heidi is a photojournalist on assignment and is driven from Pierre Airport by Dani, a woman who ultimately makes her rethink a lot of things in her life. Dani is fun and loves to tease but has a heart of gold. Heidi seems more reserved and takes her time working out what she wants. I loved the interaction between them. The setting was wonderfully described and made me want to visit sometime! ‘Wall, South Dakota’ is a welcome addition to the series and I felt it spoke more to me as the characters were mature women I could identify with.  I really enjoyed it and look forward to further stories.

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Review of ‘Girl Love Happens Season Two’ by TB Markinson

Wow! TB Markinson really knows how to build up the tension. In ‘Girl Love Happens’ season 2 Tegan and Gemma are in their second year of college and as usual things do not go entirely smoothly. Tegan gets herself into a pickle and her attempts to make it right are hilarious, ridiculous and had me biting my fingernails with worry. That girl knows how to make things difficult for herself.

I enjoyed this book ever more than the first as the character development is spot on and I felt immersed in the world of G&T. The sex is even hotter and rather more adventurous and who could complain about that? I just hope there will be a season three as I can’t wait to find out what happens next.

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Review of ‘Is Monogamy Dead?’ by Rosie Wilby


Rosie Wilby Has reached a point in her life where relationships don’t seem to be giving her what she needs. Sex and friendship and emotional attachment are her desires but can she find them with one person? Her quest to find the answer is told in an easy-going style that weaves her own story in amongst studies and interviews she has conducted. I like this woman. She is thoughtful and intelligent and I was with her all the way as she tried to discover what would make her happy – and what caused her unhappiness in the first place. She pointed out things that made me really think – about categories we are forced into, about fitting in with the norm and exclusion. Her day job as a stand-up has allowed her to develop her thoughts on the subject over the years and her humour shines through, making this a very enjoyable read. Highly recommended.

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