Gabrielle's dress shop is about to become quite the fabric-free locale.
Gabrielle has spent her entire life as a secret, closeted lesbian, and in her early 30s she feels she's missed her opportunity to explore her hidden fantasies. She works as a maker of dresses, largely as a means of showing her admiration for the female form, and begins to think that her job is as much a meaningless aspect of her life as any.
There is one bright spot in her routine, however, and that comes in the form of her brightest and most chipper regular customer, 22-year-old blonde bombshell Elizabeth. She's been coming into the shop for years, buying dress after dress after dress, and Gabrielle never fails to savor the opportunity to get close to her when fitting and trying on dresses.
She never in her wildest dreams, however, could have imagined that her feelings for Elizabeth were very much reciprocated and is very surprised when Elizabeth comes into her shop with a rip in her dress on the day of an important gala, only to have things advance far, far beyond her most explicit fantasies.
If you could sum up Designing the Perfect Dress for My Love in three words, what would they be?
Sexy Romantic Fun
What does Linda Shej bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The narration was good and easy to listen to.
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