Lavender Secrets

Lavender Secrets Emma LeVanteur has written off any chance of true love and is focused on her graduate thesis when Nicole Davis a beautiful British instructor turns Emma s world upside down Emma thinks she can fina

  • Title: Lavender Secrets
  • Author: Sandra Barret
  • ISBN: 9781932300734
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • Emma LeVanteur has written off any chance of true love and is focused on her graduate thesis, when Nicole Davis, a beautiful British instructor, turns Emma s world upside down Emma thinks she can finally break out of a comatose love life, but when Nicole convinces Emma to help with her upcoming wedding, Emma s brief hope for romance seems lost But is it Nicole Davis isEmma LeVanteur has written off any chance of true love and is focused on her graduate thesis, when Nicole Davis, a beautiful British instructor, turns Emma s world upside down Emma thinks she can finally break out of a comatose love life, but when Nicole convinces Emma to help with her upcoming wedding, Emma s brief hope for romance seems lost But is it Nicole Davis is marrying into a socialite family But Emma s friendship pulls her in another direction, sending her tumbling into a world of undeniable longing Will Nicole give up her picture perfect future to gamble on feelings she can barely comprehend, or will she stick with the life she s always known Set in New England, Lavender Secrets explores the boundaries that define love, lust, and friendship for Emma, Nicole, and the world they live in.

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      Published :2019-05-01T17:55:24+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Lavender Secrets

    1. I grew up in New England, where I spent years than I care to mention as a software programmer I moved to California for a time, but that proved to be too much sun and fun So now we re back in New England I live with my wife, two children, and pets than are probably legal to own and sheep let s not forget the sheep.I have been an avid reader of SF, fantasy, horror, and lesbian romance I m now writing my own stories in these genres from the author s website

    2. Melodrama abounds here! I'm all for a good student/teacher story, but this was a mess and all over the place. We have the trifecta of points that anger me: poorly developed characters (and describing their eye and hair color ad nauseam is not the same), absolutely awful, random, and unresolved subplots, and finally most egregious of all: characters drinking white Zinfandel and calling it real wine.

    3. I absolutely love this book. Can't tell you why I did so much as I have no idea myself. Te tension between the characters, and the characters themselves was greatly written. Loved it.

    4. Legit waffled between 2 and 4 stars. It's not great, in that you have very little idea why the characters are who they are and do what they do (also, how freaking old is the prof?!), and yet for some reason despite all the missing things and infuriating stupidiities, I liked it.Storylines are brought in that don't need to exist, especially since they're left unanswered most times. That's the most annoying thing. Second is the seeming stupidity and indecisiveness of the characters at many times.

    5. Started: Feb 9/07Finished: Feb 12/07---This book represents my first foray into F/F romance, and hey, whaddya know, it's not so different from M/F romance, except in the obvious way. You still need sympathetic main characters (check), a good premise (check), plausible reasons for attraction (check), and believable conflict (check). You also need interesting secondary characters (check) and subplots (check), and rising action (check). For contemporary romance, hot sex also counts (check, check, c [...]

    6. The blurb barely touches on the many complexities in Emma's life. I wish Sandra had more room to explore, and resolve, the other facets: family and roommate. All were interesting and she has the writing chops to handle them. I have a special place in my heart for Emma's hometown! But I wish the setting had been better explored--though Emma attends Harvard and scenes are set in Boston, I didn't get a real sense of being there. I was distracted by some geographical errors (the Boylston stop isn't [...]

    7. I really liked the book. I liked both of the leads and they felt real. My only problem is that it's too short. Lol. I want more of Emma and Nicole. The student-teacher thing is really interesting even if Emma is already a grad student. I wonder how old Nicole is. I also feel that there were issues that were left hanging a bit, but I still enjoyed it. =)

    8. Emma falls in love with her English Professor Nicole who's about to marry someone else.This book was an easy read and the romance was lovely. I would have like more development of the characters and their relationships.

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