Aimée

Dartmouth, NS, Canada

I'm a non-op married transgender woman. I see myself as a modern-day bard: artisan, poet, geek and over all jack-of-all trades. Love: Science Fiction, LGBTQ+, Transgender issues. Pronouns: She/Her

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The suspense is compelling

I love the whole teen relationship drama that's building in this novel. Lily is so shy and doesn't think she's attractive, but it's clear that others find her appealing. Who will she end up falling for in the end.?

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Amazing hidden gem

I came across this title by chance in looking for queer romances. This is a hidden gem! Outside of some minor spelling mistakes, the story is amazingly written.
The author leaves you in suspense as Lyndsey faces one hardship after another. From religiously crazy parents, violently unaccepting classmates, to would be relationships becoming obsessed with her. We never get a description of the main character. One can tell that she must be stunningly beautiful by what others describe of her. Over all her actual apparence isn't the focus of the story. We watch her grow as a person to assert her rights, it's absolutely amazing!

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Can't put it down!

I so love this story! The complexity of the relationships involved in this. You keep hoping that they'll get togethe, it comes so close - leaving you on the edge of your seat to see if they'll finally give in or keep playing at not loving each other. Throwing in some other romantic interests just makes them love each other more, as they realize who they really love!

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I can't put it down!

I have to admit that this story was hard to get into at the beginning. There are a lot of grammar errors and spelling errors still present in the early chapters. But the story pulled me in. You can see the writer's skills progress as you get deeper into the story and the next thing you know it, you hate Knight, but then you realize that deep down, he really does care, he was just a mornon. It's a shame it took nearly loosing her to realize what he really had. Then you find yourself drifting between stil hating him while wanting him to succeed in wining her back.
He literally does a Nathan 2.0 when he finally opens his hart up to her and you see him for the first time. Their second wedding had me in tears.. it was so lovely!
This is definitely a work that shows a wirters progress and growth.

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