Recommended By Malia
Recommended By Malia
When I began to ask my friends about F/F books I should explore this one came up over and over. And I am already a fan of Kelly Fox's M/M series so I dove in! I was not disappointed! The story starts out as a light, fluffy rom com, complete with meet cute. This uses one of my favorite tropes with the grumpy Scout doing her best to keep her distance from smart, sunshiny Evie. But this only highlights the sexual tension between the two. After a few close calls they surrender to the inevitable and it is explosive! This story is a perfect if you are looking to expand your reading!
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Her eyes flash, and she asks in a dusky voice, “Are we ever going to talk about this?” “This?” I ask, my voice pitching up. “Us,” she says simply. Except… it’s not simple at all. “Um. In what capacity?” My voice has pitched up to preteen boy, complete with cracking in the middle of “capacity.” She smiles, annoyance touching her eyes. “In the capacity of me sitting on your face,”
She’s all soft curves and round edges, but then, whammo. You run into that centerline of steel and get your bell rung.
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If a bisexual runs into a lesbian's U-Haul, is that the equivalent of a second date?
Evie Koenig likes winged eyeliner and a solid business plan, but her post-divorce three-job-minimum life is a bit of a disaster, not to mention the fact that she's just buried her car under the back end of a huge moving truck. Which, by the way, happens to be driven by one of her sports heroes and the architect of her bisexual awakening. #fml
Scout Martinez, retired WNBA star, is trying to put her life back together after her health, love life, and investments have all taken a beating, and she has no desire to get involved with a curvy, lavender-haired bisexual with zero girl experience. Not. Going. To. Happen.
It's too bad, really, that they keep running into one another.
Butch/femme, enemies-to-lovers, first time, HEA