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Â Just the book I needed to read. Just a beautiful story.Â November 27, 2016
Saturation Point was so awesome! I really related to the characters. Plus it gave me a good idea of what my wife goes through dealing with me and my sensitivities. Thank you for writing it Kelli Jae Baeli.
Â Delightful and complexÂ December 16, 2016
A compelling novella, well written, interesting characters with no cardboard cutouts. Normal people trying to make do! In amoungst rediscovery of friendship and love… of self and others. Gives hope for us all. Love the storm btw.
Â Really nice change from basic lesfic novrelsÂ December 28, 2016
Liked thee characters. Not completely crazy but main character had a real issue. Was fighting to be stronger. shelf aware was nice change for lesfic characters. Not having both women dealing with bad past relationships was nice too.
Â Mind blowingÂ December 20, 2016
Kellie has outdone herself with this creative story. The main character, Teyla, has to run to another country to release herself from the chaos of her career. There she begins to find peace before returning home.
This story will hold your interest from beginning to end. A must read.
Teyla Drake is drowning. Her recent bestseller is a whirlwind of book signings, interviews and promotional appearances. A fantasy come true for most authors, especially ones debuting in the mainstream after years in the niche market of lesbian romance.
But Teyla killed her darling. Tired of mediocre sales, she murdered the beloved main character in the Sabrina Hamilton series and moved on to what she thought would be greener pastures.
But not everyone is happy about the literary death penalty she carried out on the page. One fan, quite a bit less happy about it than others.
With the media frenzy wreaking havoc on Teyla’s health, the author with sensory processing sensitivity escapes to a small village on the northern coast of Ireland, where she hopes to recover the peace and solitude she once cherished.
But storms are on the horizon and the winds of change carry the possibility of love. Can Teyla conquer her fears long enough to let love find her? Or will she retreat back into the safety of her solitude?