Could swearing off men lead Chelsea to the perfect woman?
After being rejected one too many times, Chelsea makes a bold vow: No more men. Her friends doubt a boy-crazy party girl can handle not dating for a year, but that only makes Chelsea more determined.
Tara has made a vow, too. After growing up in foster care and suppressing herself to please others, she’s going to live her truth. When she sees a beautiful woman, she’ll make her attraction known.
Chelsea appreciates Tara’s flirtatious compliments, not to mention her androgynous beauty. There’s a loophole in Chelsea’s vow, and it’s more tempting every day…
ARC REVIEW ➞
Chelsea is swearing off men for the year, however, she didn’t swear off women.
When she meets Tara while making some deliveries and there is some interest piqued from both women the first moment they meet. They come from opposite worlds. Chelsea grew up in a loving home with her parents, she didn’t really struggle throughout her life. Tara lost her mom at a young age and ended up in foster care. She has struggled and had to work hard her entire life.
I was not a fan of Chelsea in the beginning. She felt very immature and kind of spoiled. She slowly grew as a character and by the of the story I did enjoy her character. I love Tara from the start. She had a rough life, but she found her own family and wasn’t afraid to take risks. There is some chemistry between the two of them from the first time they meet. I loved seeing how their relationship progressed and how they both learned more about themselves as a couple and individuals.
If you’re looking for a F/F, quick read this is one to check out.