Contemporary Lesbian Romance review
Side- or Undercuts are my kryptonite. I don’t know what it is about this hairstyle. But I feel about 500% sexier when I have one myself (I recently got one again). And women with a bit of shaved hair always catch my eye!
written by Cynthia Dane and Hildred Billings, narrated by Eugenie Danglar
The cover works absolutely perfectly for this butch/femme story. Audrey is the cutesy, well-mannered rich girl, the “princess”. She knows she’s a lesbian, but she can’t find a way to come out to her strict, conservative, influential parents. Dylan rejects everything Audrey and her family represent because of her own history. She picks Audrey up in a club for a hot one night stand that turns into a hot summer affair…
I found both women very likable. Audrey is self-reflected and not at all the ditz you might expect. She knows who she is and what she wants. It’s just very difficult for her to get that life for herself. Dylan is snarky but once we find out more about her background, it’s very understandable why she is the way she is.
Eugenie Danglar is very obviously a pseudonym for the narrator of this super hot Romance. The narration of Bad Girl Love is absolutely fantastic. Perfect intonations, perfect range of voices. I was absolutely captivated and it was always clear who was talking.
This is an extremely sexy audiobook with a great storyline of forbidden love. If you have triggers, make sure you check out the content warning at the end of the blurb though.
Bad Girl Love has a Whispersync deal and the ebook is in Kindle Unlimited.
Ladylike heiress Audrey Weathersby is
But it’s that fake ID that leads her to the hottest club in the city. While her friends tear up the dancefloor, however, Audrey meets
Dylan. The resident bad girl with an affinity for good girls like Audrey.
What begins as a torrid fling soon transforms into something
Dylan has dated her fair share of heiresses, but Audrey is the first one to make her believe in a chance at love.
Yet it’s not easy to give over to someone like Audrey. She
And her past is constantly threatening to ruin everything she’s built for herself since her darkest days.
The fatalistic love that haunts both Dylan and Audrey will last
Easier said than done.
Please note that this book contains examples of transphobia and growing up in an abusive cult.