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How to Talk to Nice English Girls
How to Talk to Nice English Girls | Gretchen Evans
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In the aftermath of The Great War, everything is changing. But not for Marian Fielding. Marian's life is quiet and predictable in the solitude of the English countryside, where she plans to remain and care for her parents. But Marian's world is turned upside down when she meets brash, confident Katherine Fuller. Katherine arrives at the Fieldings' estate for the wedding of Marian's sister and immediately shakes things up. Instead of keeping an eye on the ill-mannered American girl and keeping her out of trouble, Marian finds herself magnetically drawn to Katherine's vivacious nature, and they are swept into a whirlwind romance that will change both of their lives. But will Katherine's unconventional behavior ruin their chance at happiness? Can Marian leave her old life behind? Will two women from different worlds find a way to be together against all odds and expectations?
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OMG an historical lesbian romance novel that didn‘t make me want to bang my head against a wall! Actual characters and feelings! A slow burn that paid off!Sexy sex that was neither too vague nor too graphic! And it‘s not just a quick novella. The author is bi and really delivered for me. I got this free through the Kindle lending library and it‘s on KU too. Yay #queer #romantsy books!!!

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WordNerd1977

The library was warmly lit. It smelled of leather and books and was deeply masculine in a way that appealed to Marian. It was one of her favourite places in the house.

#lesfic #LowAngst

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WordNerd1977

Katherine‘s puckish grin and clear blue eyes pulled at more than just the physical in Marian. Their conversations, their shared laughter, their silent times together. It all added up to what Marian wanted her life to be from this moment forward.

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This book made me so happy. I that through all of their challenges and obstacles, not once was there any painful angst caused by one on the other based on insecurity or jealousy or any number of other agonizing "misunderstandings" that we readers are forced to endure. Throughout the story, they influenced and encouraged growth in each other.

The writing is so beautiful. It's clean and crisp, and yet easily plays to all the senses