Worth the Wait

Barbara is the hot butch with her sights set on the new femme bartender at Rainbow Junction. Up until recently Jackie has been off limits, but a bad break up has her back on the market and looking for love. The signals these two keep sending one another are enough to warrant an earthquake warning. When they finally get together will it be worth the wait?

Even though this book was short it was sexy as hell. Barbara comes off as adorable and very nervous because she wants more than a one night stand with Jackie. She goes to the bar with a couple of friends and immediately sets her sights on the one she wants. She and Jackie not only flirt but throw glances at each other until Jackie gets off from work. Naturally Barbara is nervous and almost has a freak out and leaves because she thinks Jackie changed her mind and doesn't want to see her when it goes after the agreed upon time to meet up. Phrases like “When you scream my name I want to be able to hear you,” and “Rough is fine, Hard and fast and deep,” and “I just felt the need to keep us connected,” not only keep you on the edge of your seat but rooting for them to start a relationship and stay together.


Book Blurb for Worth the Wait

Barbara is the hot butch with her sights sets on the new femme bartender at Rainbow Junction. Up until recently Jackie has been off limits, but a bad break up has her back on the market and looking for love. The signals these two keep sending one another are enough to warrant an earthquake warning. When they finally get together will it be worth the wait?

Previously published in the charity anthology, Coming Together: Girl on Girl


Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2014 4.00