Never Mine: A Lesbian Romance
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Ofcourse there is an ex-bitch who tries to throw a spanner in the works, this is a lesbian romance after all, but I enjoyed the unusual resolution that leads the two ladies out of the resulting funk. When their paths cross again, they decide to team up to solve both their problems — a stable, albeit fake, relationship to snag the endorsement deal and a hot soccer star to make the couples getaway sting a little less… But when the lines between real and fake start to blur, will they be able to keep the growing heat between them just a game or will they start playing to win? Sage is soccer superstar who has won World Cups and Olympic medals and the company of any woman she desires.
Never Mine by Bryce Oakley: Book Review · The Lesbian Review
There’s such a satisfying combination of internal conflict and external forces that keep the story moving quickly. They throw in explicit content and I have to say, it does surprise me sometimes but I’d honestly be lying if I said it wasn’t a welcome surprise.Fill this in if there is another file that closely matches this file (same edition, same file extension if you can find one), which people should use instead of this file. If there are multiple source libraries, know that we pull metadata from top to bottom, so the first one might be sufficient.
2022 Goldie Finalists | GCLS
It’s the perfect balance of idiots in love who are too stupid to realize it coupled with genuine moments of personal growth and selflessness. I picked this up randomly and had low expectations because I hadn’t heard reviews but figured it was worth a shot. I think romance with a music theme just aren't my favorites but I still enjoyed this one while it lasted.The characters are very lovable with all their little or not so little quirks, their behaviour mirroring most of the mistakes we all make at some point. When she is offered the potential of a major endorsement deal, she decided to try to play nice to get it. Yeah, the rush at the end was bad but at least the parts of the relationship I had attached to played out well-enough.