Breathe by Cari Hunter

This is the first book of Cari Hunter’s I’ve read and I love her. I love her writing, her characters, her storyline, the humor, the creativity. Cari! You’re my new favorite LGBTQ Author!

Breathe is about a Jemima, a sort of ne’er do well with a huge heart of compassion and kindness. She’s an absolute clutz but fantastically lovable. She meets Police Officer Rosie Jones and sparks fly, in many ways. Rosie is strong, opinionated, and funny as all get out. They run into each other upon crime scenes and friendship develops. The story is fun, intriguing and hard to put down. It takes place in Manchester England. My ONLY complaint with the book is that it ends needs a page of frequently used British to American translation. Having to stop and google a word is a pain in the patookas. Albeit, a learning experience.

I definitely recommend reading this sweet and fun lesbian romance published by Bold Strokes Books. Thanks to them and NetGalley for the opportunity to read the book in exchange for a fair review,

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