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The last thing Jordan Marshall wants is a relationship, especially with someone like Taylor Becks, the star player from a rival roller hockey team. Taylor doesn’t talk – to anyone. When Jordan’s curiosity about the athlete overpowers her predisposition to being guarded, the two strike up an unlikely romance. In the midst of desolation left by being disowned and forbidden fThe last thing Jordan Marshall wants is a relationship, especially with someone like Taylor Becks, the star player from a rival roller hockey team. Taylor doesn’t talk – to anyone. When Jordan’s curiosity about the athlete overpowers her predisposition to being guarded, the two strike up an unlikely romance. In the midst of desolation left by being disowned and forbidden from seeing her little brother, Jordan finds that sometimes the biggest risks reap the greatest rewards....

Title : interference
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ISBN : 23291847
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Number of Pages : 480 Pages
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interference Reviews

  • Megzz
    2019-04-12 07:54

    3 days. 3 days of sheer bliss. Oh the joys of being unemployed and being able to spend days and nights reading awesome awesome AWESOME stories about women in love!!!Interference is not a slow story, it's just a long story, and I enjoyed every sentence, every word, every syllable.And I can't imagine anyone that loves romance to not feel the same way about this book. I was really surprised by the storyline, I expected a coming of age kind of thing with teenagers crushing on other teenagers and a lot of drama. Well, it wasn't it AT ALL, and thank god for that (I don't believe in God but Interference almost gave me faith). This is an incredibly mature story of two young women saving each other from the consequences of a painful past, by simply falling in love. And well, I can safely say I haven't read many other stories in which couples were THAT in love. Seriously, many times I felt out of breath, I felt the butterflies in my stomach, and that longing feeling you get when you're falling really hard for someone, when you're both terrified and excited about the future. Yep, I was right there with Jordan and Taylor.Apart from the fact that the writing is really good, the story itself is so powerful and original. It made me cry and/or laugh and/or smile like a fool the whole time. I really REALLY felt like a teenager in love.I love that Zoe Reed gave us the chance to read about the evolution of Jordan and Taylor's relationship. Most lesbian romance stories are either about the chasing and end when the girls get together, or about the struggles of an existing couple. Interference gives us everything: the meeting, the chasing, the getting together, the struggling, the happy ending... and always gives us things to look forward to. That's why the story is so long. The story is not rushed like in a lot of books of this genre: Zoe Reed loves her characters, and it shows. She took her time painting those beautiful women, their love and their struggle, and wanted the readers to love them as well. It was so delightful to read. There's nothing I like more in a story about love. Especially when the characters are so amazing: Taylor is on the top 5 of my favorite lesbian book character, and Jordan is sweet. The supporting characters are awesome as well, especially Jordan's little brother Justin, whose youth and life were so beautifully written. Interference is not cliché, it's not cheesy, it's not predictable, it's not boring. Interference is something new, it's realistically romantic in a way that is totally relatable, it's angsty yet sweet and funny, and so exciting to read. I don't want to spoil it, so I'll just say that you HAVE to buy this book if only just to read about characters that are different from the ones you usually read about. And if you want to know or re-discover what it is to fall in love.

  • Les Read
    2019-04-15 06:19

    If you’re a Gen-Xer or Millennial who spent your teenage years in Culver City, CA, you know the hot spot on Friday night was the Culver City Ice Arena. I remember skating at the rink with friends while listening to US3’s “Cantaloop (Flip Fantasia)” blaring on the speakers and chasing after one boy, or two boys, or three. I was such a teenage hussy. I met too many boyfriends (that I’m embarrassed to admit) on that block of ice. I miss those days. Except playing the “boy-crazy” part. Now, I’m just a girl-crazy fool that slips and slides on the dance floor at a gay bar. I am proof positive that grace does not come with age.The person who recommended this book warned me that I wasn’t going to like Jordan very much during the first few chapters. She was right. If I met Jordan in real life, I’d run for the hills. She comes with enough red flags to open her own airport. I think that many of us, casually (if you know what I mean) have encountered this type. They flit in and out of your life, and you hardly get more than a 2-second glance before they disappear for good. It’s never enough time to get to know who they really are, and they prefer it that way.But we don’t always realize is that everyone is carrying their own baggage. If we’re fortunate enough and we take a chance, we find someone who will help shoulder our burden. Most of the time, we’re just floundering aimlessly, carrying our load like a high school student who stuffs six classes worth of books in a Jansport backpack because they’re too lazy to use a locker.Unfortunately, some of us believe that we don’t deserve to be happy and when we’re finally at a place where we are, we ruin it rather than believe it’s true. We “wait for the other shoe to drop”, so to speak. This is the place where Jordan resides. She comes with some pretty heavy baggage, and life has dealt her a pretty shitty hand of cards. It’s the same with Taylor but different circumstances. Without giving too much away, they both deal with significant loss in their lives, and how they recover from that loss and move forward together is what makes this a beautiful story to read. They both take a chance, but more importantly, they believe in each other and in the capacity to heal and change for the better.Needless to say, I grew rather fond of Jordan. She has a bigger heart than I thought she did at the beginning of the novel. I would say that this genre hovers in the space between YA and adult fiction. Fans of both genres will be entertained!

  • Rebecca
    2019-04-09 02:15

    Wow. Just wow.I can't really put into words how good this story is! I'm gonna have to come back to this...

  • Pin
    2019-04-22 02:02

    This is a very good new adult book with a very nice cast of characters. The book is a lengthy one (199,965 words according to Marvin eReader for iPad), and in my opinion possibly too lengthy. I liked how the author slowly developed a tender love story between the main characters, but with that many words the pace is too slow in places. Nevertheless, this is a lovely book, full of feeling and worth reading.

  • Stephanie
    2019-04-09 02:11

    I read this because I loved Breaking Legacies. I loved everything about it. This was not that...unfortunately. In the end I enjoyed the book. But it was very slow moving. There was so much hockey in the first 1/3 of this book, I almost gave up. I gave it 3.5 stars rounded up.

  • Jenna
    2019-04-25 02:07

    I don't write a lot of reviews, and I usually save them for 5-star books (because I love them so much) and 1 or 2-star books (because I feel I owe the author an explanation). Interference has stuck with me for a month now, though, and it keeps flitting through my mind while I'm reading other books which deal with storylines similar to Jordan's.Before I get to the strong points of the book, there are two reasons I gave the book four stars instead of five: 1) The denouement, despite being long, didn't quite give me the catharsis I needed. One of the "declaration of love" scenes felt really underwhelming, given everything that had occurred, and left me a little empty. Additionally, while I really didn't have a problem with the roller hockey elements for most of the book, there seemed to be more emphasis on the hockey than the relationship in the last chapter, which was disappointing in a book that had dealt so adeptly with human frailty and emotional vulnerability up to that point.2) Grammar/Usage. There were consistent problems with subject/object pronouns (her and me went to the store) and possessive pronouns (she and I's hats). It didn't kill the story, but it did require a lot of mental editing, which became impossible to ignore.At this time, however, Interference is the only 4-star book on my Favorites shelf, and it deserves to be there. These characters are wonderful. Jordan could easily have been unlikeable. She wasn't. I've read sooo many romances with damaged "players" who were utterly unsympathetic, essentially forcing the reader to distance themself from the protagonist for the entirety of the book. This author avoids that problem, however. Jordan's behavior is more than adequately explained, and she doesn't spend too much time stuck in player-mode. We really feel for her and what she's been through. Taylor is...well, she's basically perfect. I might even be tempted to take off half a star, since she's so very perfect that she occasionally comes across as wish-fulfillment. In the beginning (as mentioned in the book blurb), she doesn't speak at all; while that isn't necessarily a draw on its own, it was exactly what Jordan needed. Taylor just listens really, really well. She's brilliant, empathetic, unbelievably talented at roller hockey, incredibly understanding, and just damaged enough for Jordan to find her approachable. As aware as I was of her too-good-to-be-trueness, however, I still totally fell for her. The pair just worked.None of that's why the book stuck in my head, though. The reason it resonated was due entirely to the way the author handled Jordan's reaction to her own damage. It felt authentic in every conceivable way. I recognized her pain, her struggle to overcome it, her guilt for failing to do so. It all felt real, and that's really, really rare. Like super unbelievably rare. I never rolled my eyes, I never screamed because I felt emotionally manipulated. I cried because I felt it. And then I cried because it all worked out.I could read about these two for another 5000 pages. 4 well-deserved stars (that I'm considering switching to 5 stars even as I type this.)

  • Penny
    2019-04-23 06:00

    Hmm, I'm torn between 3.5 or 4 stars.The story is about Jordan and Taylor, two girls in their early twenties, both damaged, with traumatic pasts. The romance between them is quite cute and develops at the right pace - no premature "OMG I love you let's get married live happily ever after". I mean, the book has almost 500 pages! There's more than enough pages to properly develop the characters and the relationship between them. And in this regard Zoe Reed did very well! The romance is simply delicious to read. Taylor is the sweetest ♥But the longevity of the book has a downside too: the unnecessary chapters to the plot. Maybe I didn't understand what the author was trying to demonstrate, but I found the enormous amount of roller hockey stuff unnecessary. I understand that the sport was important to Jordan and Taylor - be it as a way of have fun, be it as a way to vent. But truth to be told, I skipped most of those descriptions.As for the personal struggles of the main characters, the novel couldn't have been more dramatic - so much so that at times I wondered if it was really necessary to create characters so damaged. But this is a question I ask myself in almost every YA book I read. Most authors of this genre think they need to create devastating backgrounds to justify the behavior of its young characters - they seem to forget that young people tend to be inherently troubled. But this is a discussion for another place. So, to summarize: Interference has plenty of angst (family drama, trust issues, psycho exes, illness, etc). Every one of them was discussed and solved in its own time and in the end, things went out okay for our heroines. Amen to that! (:So if you're in the mood to read a long novel, with all the usual cliches of YA books (and I didn't mean to say cliche in a bad way), Interference is definitely the choice for you: it's sweet, it's dramatic, it's the usual bundle of emotions.

  • Fia
    2019-04-20 03:57

    I liked the book. I did. And I didn't even mind that it was so long. But.I didn't care about the whole roller hockey stuff. I know it was important, because that's how they met and how they got closer, but I'm not a sport fan. I don't care about sport and there was just too much of it. I gotta admit, I mostly skipped the parts.Another thing... I think Jordan's ex was a bit too much psycho. It didn't even feel real. Now let's talk about Jordan. I get that she had real issues. A lot of them. And that's the thing. She had A LOT of them. I don't know... again, it just felt too much at once. Taylor on the other side... yes, she had issues. She had traumas. A lot of them. I'd say even worse than Jordan. But still, Taylor dealt with her personal dramas better than Jordan. Yes, it was probably because she met her, but still. That is just my opinion. I was a fan of Taylor. I liked Jordan too, but not always. But I loved their chemistry. They were one of the sweetest couple I've ever read about.The other characters were okay. I wish Victoria got more 'screen time'. The most interesting characters for me were without doubt Taylor and Jordan's Mom. I actually loved the scenes with Jordan and her mother. How she slowly - very slowly - started accepting her daughter after such a long time. It was very interesting to read. So anyway. It was a good book.

  • Catherine
    2019-04-10 06:09

    Like some others that have reviewed this book I was reluctant to read due to the length. I personally find books this length can be hit or miss. I can't believe I waiting so long because I am so in love with this book! Jordan and Taylor are my comfort couple that I became accustom to reading about over the last 3 days. I thought the author did a fantastic job with the two characters who had so much hurt to work through and I wouldn't change a thing!I think this will definitely be a re-read when I need my comfort couple again!

  • Bobbi
    2019-04-24 07:14

    This was a touching, heartbreaking, heartwarming book about two broken young women coming together to help each other heal. Throw in some floor hockey and a good supporting cast of characters and this was an excellent read. It touches on many issues like forgiveness, reconciliation, cancer, family, love, and abuse. Taylor and Jordan were very cute together and it was fun watching Taylor come out of her shell.

  • ~ * K E L L I E * ~
    2019-04-02 04:03

    Why did I wait soooooo long to read this book? Oh, probably because of its length! Well, silly me! I've had Interference on my Kindle for over a year yet never got around to reading it until now... and, what a journey it was!As others have mentioned, it's a loooooong book and there's a lot of roller hockey references to digest. Let's face it, a good portion of the book is based at the hockey rink. I personally love sports theme books, therefore, quite enjoyed all the hockey bits and pieces.There's no need for me to summarize the book as there's plenty of awesome reviews available already. I'll sign off by stating Interference is a tender romance between Jordan and Taylor with plenty of emotion and feeling. It was well worth the lengthy storyline. 4.5 stars rounded up to 5 stars.

  • Heinerway
    2019-04-01 02:06

    Nice, but sooo slow... and long...

  • Amanda Ramos
    2019-03-29 07:19

    It's funny how we grow attached to the characters from the books we read, some more than others, of course. I've read about 5 f/f books over the year and it's good to say that it's kind of awesome to keep remembering their plots and favorites moments and that amazing or unique line. Interference is one of those books where we want to keep its characters vivids in the back of our minds.The relationships around the main character, Jordan, were all beautifully made. There's a lot of fluff a lot of angst a lot of funny and a lot more fluff. It's true that sometimes it gets a lot painful but, except for the parts the I was almost crying, I caught myself grinning along with most of the book. Still about the characters, I think they were well developed and they were really likable (Taylor being my fav, what can I say?). And then, there's the hockey that, even though I didn't knew a thing about it, I found it really entertaining (and it was really nice to finish the book knowing a little about the sport)I've been reading Interference for a couple of weeks and I've finished it today, so I highly recommend it for everyone who is looking for a good and not that short LGBT read.Congrats for the good work, Ms Reed!

  • Lo
    2019-04-02 07:04

    this might come as a surprise but this is....... a POSITIVE review!!!! that's right! we aren't really used to those around here but everything happens!!!!first of all let me start by saying i don't know why these girls had to go through so much pain and sadness in their lives because :( :( :( :( but i am willing to let it go for the sake of HAPPINESS!!!!! i just spoiled the entire book for you but yeah this ends HAPPILY!! and not the kind of weird fake happy either!!!! i'm also willing to ignore some parts that i didn't necessarily like but w/e i guess honestly i feel like it's because i've read so much shit that i have grown Wary of Incompetent Authors and feel like i can't trust anybody.... but it didn't really matter here in the end (i also want to mention that the rest of this review is heavily influenced by the fact that i've been reading really shitty books)anyway !!!!! what i want to say is that i love!!!!!! jordan!!!! and taylor!!!! my girls, protect them forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i loved that they became friends first, through their love of hockey!!! (speaking of hockey i loved all the hockey parts even though honestly this is the first time i was hearing of roller hockey (forgive my ignorance lmao i only ever knew about the ice thing) and i'm still not really sure how that game is actually played, or what anything meant, but it was great!!! i love sports!!! i love girls and sports!!!! and i loved that taylor was just really great at it, and that jordan got better just by practicing with her, but that taylor was just really the greatest! actually i love that taylor got better in her life by playing hockey!! i love taylor!!! i love taylor and her muscles and her constantly effortlessly carrying jordan around and her love for pranks!!! also idk when else i'm gonna get to mention this but when taylor got angry at nicole and started fighting with her honestly just f*ck me up taylor becks) and that they became friends even though taylor wasn't speaking (yeah cause taylor wasn't saying anything to anyone. now you know) and they had fun together spending night doing hockey things, and when they got together after a few months (months!!!!!!! MONTHS!!! they were flirty friends for months!) they kept doing the same thing!!!!! anyway they were really cute and also they spent a lot of time laughing and finding each other funny, and making each other laugh, which is always great. imo. not only did they love each other but they liked each other!!! so much!!!!! i loved that they didn't break up after one (1) fight!!!! wow!!!! i loved that they had fights and talked about it and talked through their problems!!! oh my!!!! and their relationship got better from it!!! i loved that jordan's relationship with her parents didn't get magically fixed after one apology (even though i wasn't sure when i started that i actually wanted her to forgive them, and i still don't know, but that might be because i'm not a big fan of parents in general, no offense). i loved that they both thought the other was the strongest and bravest person they've ever met awww STOP ;_; DARLINGS!!!! and i loved that they made each other better and stronger :( and happy :( i almost cried when taylor got jordan a dog for her birthday it's weird that i'm mentioning this but i could feel it was going to happen and i had to stop reading because It Got Me what can i say i am an Emotional. i loved that they supported each other!! i love that by choosing each other they chose happiness even though they were both scared to let someone in and in the end it paid up majorly!!! how they both learnt to open up and to listen and to be better and to love!!! the ending was great i'm on a high rn and it's sort of nearly 4am and i don't know what else to add this has gotten really long and probably somewhat incoherent i'm sorryin summary, basicallybook: actually developped relationship between two girls, both before and after they got togetherme: WOW!!!!! best book i've ever read!!!!!!!!!!i don't know about the rating maybe it should be 4 but my heart is feeling 5 and you know what who cares about ratings because love saves lives love is beautiful happiness is magical they're going to be together forever and love each other until the end of their lives and i for one couldn't be more pleased

  • Canders5
    2019-04-16 00:13

    So, I'm going to talk about what nobody else in the reviews have mentioned.(view spoiler)[ This book details months of child rape/sexual abuse (she was 8! I am sick to my stomach). For this reason alone, I could not finish it. I wish some of the reviewers would have alluded to the nature of the MC's trauma, as I do not enjoy reading about such, especially involving children. While being cognizant of such treacherous issues is important in our society, I do not enjoy reading about them when I am trying to read for entertainment. Rape happens, its horrible, maddening, I can accept that it might be part of certain books. Child rape is not an issue I am willing to read about because the author wanted his/her character to be damaged.(hide spoiler)]I am now weary to look into anything this author has to offer, as she has made rape a prominent part of each of her books. Just not my type of read.

  • Bruna Accioly
    2019-04-24 06:21

    100 PALAVRAS

  • curlscentric
    2019-04-13 04:59

    💖💖💖💖💖 (5/5)Before reading this book, I'd read one negative review (which was lazy research on my part) that emphasized how heavy the abuse in it was. Let it be known that I'm someone who normally tries to avoid that and goes for more lighthearted reads when it comes to romances. So even though it was recommended to me and I frequently came across it in reading lists, I avoided it for (kind of) a long time. After seeing it so much I considered buying it, since I figured I didn't really have anything to lose. So I did. And I'm really, really glad.This book has become my favorite, and basically has my favorite everything. Favorite fictional couple, favorite crush(es), and possibly my favorite best friend of an MC. That's not to say that the heavy abuse isn't there, because it definitely is (for anyone who needs to know: (view spoiler)[recollection of child rape, an ex-girlfriend who forces herself onto the MC, heavily homophobic parent(s), death, cancer (and that's it more or less). (hide spoiler)] The thing is, to me this didn't feel like it was making trauma "trendy" like other YA stories I've read have tried to. Somehow it all felt like it had a purpose. Some parts felt like they could definitely be taken in as lessons for people around you (e.g., (view spoiler)[homophobic parents in real life could learn from Jordan's parents (hide spoiler)]), while others might be things that you're experiencing and need help with yourself (e.g., (view spoiler)[Taylor recognizing that she hasn't recovered from her family trauma and making the effort to move forward (hide spoiler)]). To me, this didn't come across as squeezing in a ton of trauma just for the sake of it. It also helps that there were a lot of cute moments to balance out the darker ones.Now obviously I can't end this review without properly discussing the couple it's about. In case you were wondering, they're amazing. In the very beginning I wasn't sure how to feel about Jordan, but pretty soon afterwards you get to liking her. And Taylor? She's kind of perfect. She's seriously everything you'd want in a girlfriend. I absolutely love them together and separately (because I'd definitely have a crush on either one of them if they were real). But yeah, their chemistry together is totally something else. One of those epilogues where you read about the couple getting engaged would've been really cute here (and my money would be on Taylor proposing).Okay, I also can't end this review without a Victoria shout out. Most of the time she was really good about knowing when to tell Taylor what she needed to hear, or when to just be patient and there for her. Then there's the fact that she's just got a good sense of humor, of course.Overall, I thought this was amazing (obviously) and I'd recommend it to anyone who isn't too bothered by heavier subject matter. If you're fine with it, then it's totally worth it.

  • Tinything
    2019-04-09 01:13

    Damn! After Broken Legacies and now this! Even though i still love Broken Legacies, but this book is still great! I love how both leads slowly develop there relationship, support each other, understanding and always by each other side. I really love Taylor she is such a great and strong character T_T I love how Jodan’s mother come to realised how she had been to her own daughter. Even though i have to be honest, at the first of the book it took quite a while for me to get really into it but toward around 35% onward i started hooked and want how the story really going to lay out. Unlike Breaking Legacies i got hooked at the very start and couldnt still until i finish. Zoe Reed is becoming one of my favorite character now. <3

  • Carly
    2019-04-09 08:03

    Hmm...I liked reading this book and the two main characters are likeable and well fleshed out and you can totally understand where they're coming from. However I found myself skim reading through some of the hockey games as I don't understand hockey and it didn't make it any clearer. I also found myself bored through the middle of the story. It's a tough one to review as I also felt the story needed to be that little bit long as you don't just get over your fears once you meet the one you love, it does take time. Not one I personally would read again, but I highly recommend to roller hockey fans.

  • Lynn
    2019-04-09 04:15

    Zoe Reed is an amazing author. Between her book Interference and Breaking Legacies, though they have drastically different storylines, they were both well written.A relatively long book and honestly, when I first started the book, I didn't think it could sustain my interest throughout, but it did. A story of two people who come together, healing each other and learning to love again. A beautiful story even with all the arguments and fight the characters had with each other. An enjoyable read that never went too fast.

  • Cindy
    2019-04-13 23:58

    I realized barely three chapters in that this is one of those books that is impossible to put down. Even though it quickly made itself a home on my top 5 list of F/F fiction, it took me about a week to finish this because I didn't want the story to end and had to pace myself. As someone who knows next to nothing about hockey, I can safely say this book is so much more than that. Jordan and Taylor will be ingrained in my memory for a long time so hopefully there will be a sequel.

  • Michele
    2019-04-22 02:00

    Let me start by saying that I do like this author. Her novels are genuinely good hearted books. However I feel like she stretches these stories out way too much. Like she feels that if the book is not 400 pages it's not really considered a book. You can also see all the "twists" coming a mile away. But for those who like their syrup thick, this is definitely the book and author for you. And frankly I like my syrup thick too sometimes.

  • Jess Heyle
    2019-04-06 07:03

    I wasn't sure about the book at the beginning. It was a bit slow to start so I was worried it would be boring throughout, but I was so wrong! So much happened in this book that it's so much more than a love story. It's relatable, interesting and intense. Well worth the read!

  • Javaria
    2019-04-06 08:02

  • Arn
    2019-04-25 08:14

    A solid 4.5. Loved the main character growth as well as the developed secondary characters. Everything had it's purpose in the story and while the tragedies the girls deal with might be a bit too much, some people just get fucked over by life so I can suspend my disbelief. Genuinely emotional journey with a satisfying ending.

  • Shelby
    2019-03-26 08:06

    Another one of Zoe reed's books that I just couldn't put down. I hope she writes more books. I hope she writes a lot more books.

  • Tony
    2019-03-30 04:00

    This book is amazing, rarely I smiled and cried and had my heart full of tenderness, curiosity, passion to follow the characters evolution and I can say Zoe wrote a realistic and intriguing book.This is the kind of love we should read more often, a example of "true love", first the one we should find in ourselves and if we're lucky enough, in someone else.

  • Ana Rose
    2019-04-11 07:12

    I just finished this book for the second time and it still blowss me away...the characters and the struggles they face are the stand out points of this amazing read.I stumbled on this novel on my ever-present search for new lesfic and became excited when I read what it was about. I don't really play sports but for some reason I have a hidden love for books that use sport as a means of connection to characters and place. Reed does this superbly through the informed, yet subtle way she writes about hockey. It's interesting and easy to digest and made me want to start skating, even though last time I did, I fell over and embarrassed myself.I've seen some people comment about the length and let me tell you, prospective reader, it really isn't an issue at all. Time flies with this novel and the length allows for this really beautiful and believable connection to form between Jordan and Taylor. It doesn't feel slow or drawn out as each page offers more insight into the characters and what has made them the way that they are. This is honestly one of the best relationships I've read about, certainly the most realistic one anyway, they both have huge issues they have to deal with, which will impact their ability to be together and we see those negative aspects play out but we also see the funny, teasing chemistry between the pair that makes them a joy to read about.Read this book if you want to be taken on sweet, yet emotional journey about well-realised and likeable characters.

  • kris
    2019-04-23 05:12

    Well, I'm not great with reviews... but as soon as I finished this book, I started to absent-mindedly re-read it. And I'm already half way through again. 10/10 would recommend.

  • Nadia
    2019-04-16 07:52

    I absolutely loved this book, it's not often that I find a lesbian romance that is about the romance rather than the sex. This romance is quiet, and it's a journey. Some people complained in the review about these girls having a traumatic past, for me that didn't take away from it. I understand that nowadays trauma is used as a trope, but in this book I felt like these two characters understood each other on another level because of all of the things that they went through, that's why they were so drawn to each other. From that trauma they were able to grow with each other and figure out what healthy relationships [romantic and familial] are supposed to look like for them..