Nora grew more nervous when they reached Jill's room. What was she doing? She didn't know how to make love to a woman.
She didn't need to worry, though. Jillian led the way. Nora took a sip, the bubbles tickling her nose, then sat the glass down on the night stand.
"Teach me, Jill. Teach me how to love you."
"Gladly." Jill sat her glass down as well then reached her arms out to Nora. "Come here, and let me kiss you."
When Nora felt Jill's hands tugging down the zipper of her dress, her breath froze; but in a moment, she was twisting and turning to help Jill rid her of the confining material.
In a flash, she found herself naked and laid across the bed, Jillian standing and pulling off her own clothes....
Warning: This story has sexual content and may not be suitable for children under 18.
Nora goes from her Arkansas childhood home to London in order to complete her education in literature. Her landlords are a twin, brother, sister team; though she is initially attracted to the male sibling, eventually she falls for his twin sister and of course true love ensues.
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After her Grandmother dies leaving her money to do her dream of studying in England she also starts to have unusual feeling for her lesbian roommate. It all ends well when the two fall in love and end with some nice take sex.
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I loved hearing the thought process that Nora goes though, it both is and is not what I would expect so I found myself fascinated.
I don't normally expect much from the characters in short books but Simone clearly puts a lot of work into her characters because their personalities come across really strongly, even with the supporting characters. For me this makes the difference between a good story and great one.
The relationship between Nora and Jill is slow to build and comes across as very natural, it is perfect for this story, I wouldn't have believed it if it happened too quickly.
Lissa does a great job with the narration, she has a great flow and is well paced. I liked the character voices, they worked well, I didn't always hear Nora's accent, I'm not sure it that's because I just wasn't hearing it or because it's not always clear.
This book was supplied free by the author/narrator/publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.
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