Review of On the Line

On the Line by Liz Lincoln. Loveswept. 2018. (Note: This review discusses a boss/employee relationship. Content warnings for the book are at the end of the review.) This was light, and sweet, and sexy, and I enjoyed it just as much the second read! This contemporary m/f romance has a lovely meet-cute and a slow … Continue reading Review of On the Line

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Interview with Talia Hibbert

It's no secret how much I adore Talia Hibbert's work. She is one of my instabuy authors, as she writes characters I fall hard for and want to be friends with, pining that's excruciatingly delicious, and books I cannot put down. I fell so hard for Hannah in Untouchable. Fell for her and felt for … Continue reading Interview with Talia Hibbert

Interview with Lynn Turner

Several months ago, after finishing a dance romance that was disappointingly light on dance details, I went on Twitter and asked for recommendations for dance romances that are especially satisfying with dance details. Several people recommended Pas De Deux by Lynn Turner, specifically for the abundance of dance details and description, and the chemistry between … Continue reading Interview with Lynn Turner

Character Interview with June and Selena from Soft on Soft

I adored Soft on Soft by Em Ali! I fell so hard for both of the MCs, and really enjoyed watching them get together. This is an f/f contemporary romance between two fat queer women of color, and it has lovely fat representation that made me happy. I appreciated the demisexual rep and the anxiety rep … Continue reading Character Interview with June and Selena from Soft on Soft