^Epub ☠ Glass Houses ⇕ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB free

Oh, I go back and forth between 3 and 4 stars for this one You can read my review on my site Oh, I go back and forth between 3 and 4 stars for this one You can read my review on my site Wonderful book, which stands alone as a very well written slow burn romance even if you have not read Tropical Storm I like the film making portions and the slow but sweet development of the leads relationship from friends to closer friends to best friends and then finally finally a couple Don t let the cover put you off it s weird and I have no idea what it s supposed to represent , but the book is lovely. I loved this book Jae and Reed are fully fleshed out characters as is the storyline which is very believable As I read, I grew along with them I ve read this book twice already fantastic Pity Ms Leavitt hasn t written. Years ago, when I first discovered lesbian fiction online, this was one of the first books I read and it s still one of my favorites The characters are so likable and threedimensional, both with strengths and weaknesses, and the author does a really good job developing their relationship from antagonism to friendship and finally to love I m rereading it for the hundredth time The online version has lots of POV and editing issues that I hope were removed in the published version , but the cha Years ago, when I first discovered lesbian fiction online, this was one of the first books I read and it s still one of my favorites The characters are so likable and threedimensional, both with strengths and weaknesses, and the author does a really good job developing their relationship from antagonism to friendship and finally to love I m rereading it for the hundredth time The online version has lots of POV and editing issues that I hope were removed in the published version , but the characters and how the author develops their relationship are great They become friends and establish a true connection long before becoming a couple ^Epub ↜ Glass Houses ↜ Two actresses fight the system and each other when the director of their career making film dies in the middle of production