Doublecrossed Trying to figure out the rules of her first lesbian relationship is a difficult task for Callie Emerson She and her lover worked long and hard on coming up with a set of rules that both of them could

  • Title: Doublecrossed
  • Author: Susan X. Meagher
  • ISBN: 9780979925498
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • Trying to figure out the rules of her first lesbian relationship is a difficult task for Callie Emerson She and her lover worked long and hard on coming up with a set of rules that both of them could live with But her lover is having a very hard time keeping her end of the bargain.Regan Manning and her lover have a very traditional relationship, built on a foundation ofTrying to figure out the rules of her first lesbian relationship is a difficult task for Callie Emerson She and her lover worked long and hard on coming up with a set of rules that both of them could live with But her lover is having a very hard time keeping her end of the bargain.Regan Manning and her lover have a very traditional relationship, built on a foundation of monogamy Or so Regan thought She s devastated when she learns the truth, and she s unwilling to forgive or forget.Cheating partners brought Callie and Regan together Not as lovers, but as friends supporting each other through tough times They both come to realize that they could be than friends But they each have to get past their insecurities before they can try to take that leap.It s not easy for either of them the path to true love rarely is But their friendship can be a bridge to commitment if only they ll let it.

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    1. SX Meagher is one of the few lesfic authors where I still have the need to buy any new book she publishes, her standalone novels at least. Thinking about it, she's actually one of three, the others are Georgia Beers and J.M. Redmann.I feel that Doublecrossed doesn't live up to her usual standards.First of all, I was disappointed by typos etc. that take me out of the story while reading. Little issues like extra blank spaces etc. I can overlook, but an incorrect name for a character, incorrect/in [...]

    2. Often I find myself sucked into a page-turning mystery or thriller. For me cloak and dagger and being on the edge of my chair are unspoken expectations with those types of books. Reading Doublecrossed, I discovered a non-mystery page-turner! I read with eagerness and expectancy. I simply had to know what happened next.If I had to categorize this book within a genre, romance would be the closest call. However, I found it to be much more than a mere romance. The characters were vibrant and full of [...]

    3. Interesting story. But I have to wonder, who on earth talks like this? The dialogue was the main thing that held me back from being able to enjoy this book as much as I could have. I liked the story quite a bit, but like I said, the dialogue held me back from being able to turn my brain off and just enjoy the story, I kept critiquing the dialog.

    4. Interning story LineThe book has a very good story line premise. I thought I was going to have a problem with the way interacted with each other but as it turned out, it evolved into a good story. I liked it!

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