Hello Friends and welcome. Today is another Flashback Friday #FF and I am featuring my review of Kathleen Wheeler’s ‘Changing Shape.’ This blog was originally posted on 06-Dec-14.
Good morning readers. Today I have a treat for you. I just love Kathleen Wheeler’s f/f romance, “Changing Shape” and have posted my review below. This is not just a story, but a journey with discovery.
Hailey, the other woman, lived her life in a sheltered way, due to her domineering father, who she adored. She now owns her family business. Hailey has a heart of gold and treats her staff as if they were family.
Both women love Elizabeth’s mother, Patty, very much and stick together as things move along. Hailey really looked up to her.
It is Elizabeth’s family matter that draws the two women together. They discover growing feelings each have for the other. This was a new experience for them both. It was exciting to see the heat between these two. I was happy for Elizabeth realizing that she is a loving soul and deserves to be with someone spectacular.
Hailey finds out that a very special truth that surprises and excites her. The emotion that I felt was great.
The romance in this story will spin your head around. It is so full of love and tenderness. What I liked was that the sex was all in good taste.
The author does a beautiful job in her descriptions. I actually felt I was there in some places. The entire story is heartwarming. This journey was incredible as the women got to know each other on a deeper level. The reader will feel the depth of each character so be prepared to be deeply touched.
The book is easy reading and one that I could not put down. You’re going to want to dedicate an afternoon or evening for this adventure.
Once she was able to slide off onto the floor she stood and looked at the person whom she enjoyed the previous night. She took in the halo of blonde hair, the strong hands and long lean limbs, remembering all the sights and sounds and tastes and sensations as they used their entire bodies to explore every mound and dip of each other; a shiver traveled up her spine at the images.
Shaking herself free of the last vestiges of lassitude she turned to gather her clothing, following the trail out into the main living area. She was reminded of Hansel and Gretel and chuckled to herself at this, the juxtaposition of fairy tale innocence and the reality of her own debauchery.
In the bathroom, she dressed and examined herself in the mirror, noting the relaxed expression around her eyes, the still swollen lips, and the birds nest hair. Parts of her body were relaxed and limber, others spent and sore and knowing why made her smile.
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