Stephanie and Jessica sit down with the listener to have a discussion about Stephanie's inability to have a successful love life. They both discuss with the listener all the things happening and argue with each other, while trying to make points about what Stephanie is doing wrong and what she might be doing right.
This particular story is about a girl Stephanie is currently hooking up with, Taylor. The two start off as strictly sexual, but it starts to develop. Jessica is more than willing to tell Stephanie all of the things she's doing wrong and why the relationship won't last. Sometimes, sex may be reason enough to stay in a relationship. However, is that what helps build a healthy relationship? Jessica is more than willing to weigh in her opinion.
If you like hot sex and a fun argument between friends, make sure to pick this short story up.
An erotic lesbian short story couched as a dialogue between two women who are not quite friends and not quite frienemies. The majority view is that of Jessica, she deconstructs what passes for a relationship between her friend Stephanie and a one night stand that lasted for more than a month. It has excellent dialogue and two very different accents are well done by the narrator. The only problem I had with the story was the abrupt ending; this is a good one.
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What about Yvonne Syn’s performance did you like?
Loved the clear distinctions of the characters through the accents!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The unattainable Taylor was super hot. I'd listen again and again.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I really enjoyed the performance here but the story was lacking for me. I think it could have had and been so much more in depth. Yvonne did an amazing job, the characters totally popped and were alive. But I have to admit I still wanted more in the description, the character arc a bit of everything. Prob just too short to do the story the author really wanted to let go. Sometimes the sex and the hotness just needs a bit more...