Bend For Me by Jessica Yeh

Despite its awful, snigger-worthy title, this book is not a shag-at-first-sight-and-all-the-rest-of-the-time-too story. It could be more literally titled In Which The Artist And The Yoga Teacher Sort Their Shit Out. Our heroines are both in their mid-to-late twenties and both are old enough to have lived through some Shit that really wants Sorting Out. Neither … Continue reading Bend For Me by Jessica Yeh

The Haunting of Heatherhurst Hall by Sebastian Nothwell

This 'historic' (Victorian?) novel opens with our orphaned American heroine choking back sobs of distress at her ex-girlfriend's wedding. A pair of lovely young English aristocrats (brother and sister) help her blow her nose. Friendship ensues. Within a ridiculously short space of time, the brother proposes. Our heroine accepts, partly to get away from everything … Continue reading The Haunting of Heatherhurst Hall by Sebastian Nothwell

Passionate Rivals by Radclyffe

Radclyffe is back on the horse! After the "Don't Bother" that was Love After Hours we now have a gem of a surgeons-go-at-it-like-surgeons book. Raaaah! Radclyffe makes these two surgeons genuinely interesting and intriguing women, thrown deep in really tricky situations in their professional as well as in their personal lives. This is primarily an excellent … Continue reading Passionate Rivals by Radclyffe