A Petal And A Thorn

A Petal And A Thorn I ve always been a few dykes short of a feminist movement but playing host to my own fictional characters after they called round for afternoon tea really was taking things to a whole new level Erica

  • Title: A Petal And A Thorn
  • Author: Bella Donnis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I ve always been a few dykes short of a feminist movement, but playing host to my own fictional characters after they called round for afternoon tea really was taking things to a whole new level Erica is a best selling author and self confessed eccentric who, after a solitary life and a string of failures with women, decides she s had enough However, after a failed sui I ve always been a few dykes short of a feminist movement, but playing host to my own fictional characters after they called round for afternoon tea really was taking things to a whole new level Erica is a best selling author and self confessed eccentric who, after a solitary life and a string of failures with women, decides she s had enough However, after a failed suicide attempt, events take a strange turn when she receives a visitor A very strange visitor, with unknown motivations This beautiful, intelligent and worldly lady caller couldn t possibly be the fictional character who Erica had always placed on a pedestal, who was created out of her own image of perfection Could she Erica s life quickly transforms when she falls in love But what happens next when she receives a second mystery caller A Petal And A Thorn is the new book by lesbian romance author Bella Donnis and takes place in the beautiful English city of York.

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    1. Very different! Let's just say, that if you read a hundred books this year, this one will take the prize for originality. In fact, I'm not even sure where to begin, or even if I should say much about the plot. But I will say the story is filled with twists, which is very rare in this genre and that this story is less a lesbian romance and more a historical, even supernatural to some degree romance with lesbian characters. Don't be put off by that because this book was extremely enjoyable and ser [...]

    2. I've been waiting for the latest installment of Bella's work and I wasn't disappointed. Once again she combines skillful storytelling with love, lust and artful characterisation.Bella is fast developing quite a distinguished brand within the lesbian fiction genre and cannot come highly rated enough as far as I am concerned.

    3. Fantastic readI absolutely loved the growth that Erica underwent through her journey. I was a little skeptical at first because it was very different from my typical read. However, I thoroughly enjoyed it. The whole work was very well written and the main character was well fleshed out. The introduction of the fictional characters into her life was very well timed and tactfully done since she was on the verge of suicide. If one removes their rose colored glasses, it was a spectacular place for a [...]

    4. Erm, I have no effing clue how to rate this book. None.Ok, let's concentrate on the positive first. The general idea of the book is really original - an author is saved from committing suicide by the arrival of one of her own fictional characters and subsequently falls in love with her own creation. Metafiction - nice!Also, in theory I have to congratulate the author on a few bold choices. One of them is to make the protagonist one of the most unlikeable characters I have ever encountered in the [...]

    5. A really good and original read. Kept me turning the pages and I read it in just two sittings I was that invested in it.

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