If smart, well-written theatrics are your thing, you’re in for a fun ride with Don’t Bang the Barista!
Melanie BellAutostraddle.com, Hidden Gems of Queer Literature.
I”m going to agree with all the other 5 star ratings – I really liked this book! I found it relevant, funny and well-written. Kate is portrayed with honesty and depth. She’s genuine and sweet, and made me hope for her happily-ever-after right from the start. I’m thrilled to have found a new author I know I can count on for a guaranteed great read!
JamieAmazon review of Don't Bang the Barista!
I was drawn in from the first page!
TrulyAmazon review of The Old Arbutus Tree
intriguing, endearing and utterly captivating throughout.
KalyaniiThe Lesbrary.com, review of Don't Bang the Barista!
As a Vancouverite it was a pleasure to read a book that feels like a true reflection of the city, and I especially appreciated the realistic depiction of characters not often seen in fiction (particularly bi and genderqueer characters). They feel like real people, who are imperfect but who are trying to live meaningful lives and make meaningful connections. Great fun, and I couldn’t put it down once I started it.
JodieGoodreads reviewer, Go Deep
This was a charming love story with a lot of supporting cast of characters that need stories of their own. I loved the humor and poignant way the author developed the characters. Very well done!
Mirtha SibleszAmazon review of Don't Bang the Barista!
An enjoyable, page-turning addition to the All Out Vancouver series.
JulieThe Lesbrary.com, review of Go Deep
in the small space of about 200 pages, this book manages to be fun and smart, complex, and intensely readable.
Casey StepaniukCaseythecanlesbrarian.com, reviewing Don't Bang the Barista!
Eat To Beat Acne! is a highly educational and interesting book, with a lot of information and scientifically based advice, sprinkled with fun facts and analogies which add an engaging touch.
PaulaGoodreads reviewer, Eat to Beat Acne
I picked this up in July and couldn’t think about anything else until it was done. It’s a page-turner! It was really well written, and I like how the author didn’t pull her punches. Nothing was dumbed down for the audience.
LisaAmazon review of The Old Arbutus Tree