Deciding To Escape Her Disaster Of A Life, Sarah Buchanan Takes A Temporary Position With Her Company Overseas But That Means Leaving Her Dog, Bentley, At Home So When Natalie Fox Finds A Skinny, Terrified Dog Outside The Bakery, The Blue Eyed Canine Becomes The Catalyst For A Relationship Between The Two Polar Opposites Ok love story if a bit far fetched. What to say, what to say This story didn t take long to read, largely because Georgia Beers is an awesome writer whose clever, no frills style keeps me engaged.Unfortunately, I just couldn t fully click into the passion between Sarah and Natalie s characters I mean, Finding Home has all the proper tools to for me to fall in love Yet, it didn t hit the mark for me this time, resulting in a 3.5 rating No character crushes, no swooning And it didn t help that Andrea, Natalie s best friend, couldn t win me over Her presence felt frustrating than wise.Ah, well I still enjoyed the progress and Beers remains one of my all time favorites Maybe I ll revisit her Puppy Love Series as a pick me up A predictable ending but I enjoyed it nonetheless sweet simple love story Story of 2 women, Sarah and Natalie, who fell in love but didn t quite realise it till towards the last quarter of the book The one thing that they have in common initially is their love for a dog, which both believed belonged to them lost by one of the MC and found by the other My takeaway on this story if you want something bad enough, you have to be brave enough to voice out your thoughts minds something we all lacked at some point. I was a bit slow imo, but other than that it was a nice and quick read.
Lambda and Golden Crown Literary Award winning author Georgia Beers lives in Rochester, New York She has been writing for as long as she can remember, and published her first lesbian novel in 2000.
- 288 pages
- Finding Home
- Georgia Beers
- 11 December 2017 Georgia Beers