Tanique Adams

I'm Tanique and I'm a girl with a passion for writing. If you like my work, please review it! Thanks!

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Pretty Good Lesbian Romance

I read a lot of romance and even more Lesbian Romance, so that fact already made me interested. Having read through it, I can say this is a great story at it's a core, but may have benefited from a perspective change. First person views are easier and so the common preferred style to new writers, but it's not always best. Third person views are much better at giving a bird's-eye view of the complete picture and explains the situation fully, rather than just what each character is thinking in the moment. I can say this now because I've experienced this personally. I used to be a solely First-Person writer, until someone pointed out the same thing to me and now I only write in Third-Person and I've found my stories and writing skill have improved as well.

Despite this, I find you write very well and your prose is enjoyable, so it makes up for the limited scope of story view. I think this story is great overall, and I'm happy to have read it. Please continue to write more, and I will surely be willing to read your future work.

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A Dark and Twisty Journey of Self-Discovery and Love

When I read the synopsis for this story I was intrigued because I love reading wlw stories and Romance in general. I knew it would have mystery elements as well from the tag, but I definitely was not expecting what I got. This was a story about wanting to discover your past, but it becoming a far more dark and twisted journey than it first seemed. Imagine finding out everything you thought you knew about your parents was a lie and that there were mysterious forces out there looking to keep you in the dark. Add in the ex from the past you wanted to forget tagging along and you have a complicated romance. This all interweaves into a crazy adventure that will keep you glued to you screen and have you feeling a wide array of emotions.

Technically, the story was well written and the plot was well executed, though the ending almost seemed a bit abrupt. However, this didn't take away from the overall experience and still proved to be satisfying. There were some grammatical errors present, but that's to be expected in a work that was ongoing. Overall, I really enjoyed this story and the romance was complicated but also sweet. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone that loves a good mystery with romantic themes. Great job!

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A sweet read.

I'm a romantic, so I tend to pick up as many Romance stories as I can and Need Someone was one of them. While the story isn't exactly anything new plot-wise and most will know where it's going, the execution was done in such a way that you still were eager to see the journey. I loved reading the progression of Sabine's and Ziggy's relationship and the dynamic they shared. The tension between them was quickly apparent, but things became much deeper than such shallow sensations. I could feel their emotions as though I was experiencing them myself. The use of first-person was better than most I've seen, however I personally would have liked to know more about Ziggy's inner feelings. However as a whole, this was a great story that I enjoyed and I recommend it to other romance lovers as it won't disappoint.

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