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  • Lovely second chance romance

    This is a lovely , sometimes bittersweet, second chance romance for two women in their early fifties who were married , had children and were widowed. One, Eve, knows she's gay, the other, Talia, has suspected she's bisexual but never acted on it. Plus there's a hitch- they work together. Eve is Talia's new boss for her civilian job as community liaison at the police department and while they can explore their friendship and growing feelings for each other outside of work, they have a dilemma for what to do at work. Plus Eve's a working police officer which means she could be hurt in the line of duty. Having both lost someone dear, is it worth it to go all in on a new relationship? I enjoyed this story. Both Talia and Eve know what loss is like and have to make conscious decisions about whether to let their hearts be involved again. Their attraction to each other isn't easy to put aside, and they share some sexy scenes together as they sort through their feelings. The relationships they have with their children are very realistic and there are timely conversations about the every day realities women face, from Eve's job as a gay black woman in her high position in the police department to Talia's daughter who recently caught her boyfriend cheating on her. There's a small element of suspense with a threat to female officers weaved through the story that culminates in some drama and intensity in the second half. Fortunately Eve and Talia find a way to get through it all and there is a lovely happy ending for the new couple.

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  • Twice in a Lifetime

    Great contemporary older woman female/female romance. Emotional and lovely for two women getting their second chance at love.

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