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Harper has always been a fan of romance novels, but when she grew tired of never reading about women like her, women who fell in love with other women, she decided to do something about it and write those books herself.
Now, forty-odd novels later, she has created a catalogue that showcases sapphic love in all its glory. She loves to write about imperfect women (some might even call them difficult), and touching on more sensitive or controversial topics. Love can come into your life at any age, and Harper is keen on representing women who find love, and discover their love for women, later in life. Age gap and toaster oven are two of her favourite tropes!
What readers are saying
I do love a good book that takes me to another place. This one from Harper is no exception.
Sun, sea and surfing mixed with a bit of drama.
What's not to like.
It's also good to have more than one story running at the same time.
Another great book from Harper
The Duet is a dazzling romance between two rock stars. Lana, the legendary rocker and Cleo, the up and coming rock star. They sizzle on stage singing a duet that not only rivets their audience but generates deep feelings between the two singers.
Harper Bli ss does not disappoint with the age-gap, steamy romance. This one kept me awake reading into the wee hours. Don’t miss this one!
Kevin and Kate have tried to have a baby for years with no success. Kevin’s way of coping is to completely renovate their already perfect house forcing Kate to have to move into her mother in law’s pool house. While Kev avoids Kate, Kate begins to spend time with his little sister Stella. Kate has always considered Stella to be a spoiled brat but quickly learns that Stella completely different than she’d always assumed. Stella and Kate begin to connect on a deeper level and a night of too much tequila sparks a passion neither was prepared for.
Kate and Stella are multidimensional characters who have been through a lot over the past few years. Kate’s journey to become a mother has been tortuous and her husband has cast her aside. She finds in Stella, not only a support system but a soulmate. Stella has been trying to get her big break in Hollywood, but it’s been a struggle. In Kate she, too, finds a support system and a soulmate.
Harper Bliss tells the story from both Stella and Kate’s first person points of view. This is an important aspect to the story because the reader is able to be a part of both characters’ feelings, emotions, and actions.
Falling in love with your brother’s wife is quite a taboo topic that most authors wouldn’t touch with a ten foot pole but Harper Bliss took on the challenge did a wonderful job. Through Stella and Kate she was able to show that sometimes the choices we make while socially unacceptable, are right for us. Sometimes we need to choose our own happiness even though we have to hurt the ones we love most.
This is a really well written book. I loved catching up with Faye and Ida, meeting Mary and Nathan, and being a part of Kate and Stella’s journey to happiness. While cheating is a major plot point in this book, our author has done an excellent job of showing the reality of the situation and handled it with care. Well done Harper Bliss! You’ve penned another winner!!
The two main protagonists met in college thirty years ago. They made plans for the future including marriage and children. They were happily in love for ten years…until one of them decided to cheat and fall in love with someone else. Twenty years later, they met at a mutual friend’s wedding. They were older, 50, but still possessed an underlying chemistry that was so much a part of their former lives. However, the betrayal and hurt was still something that could not be forgotten or forgiven.
As with many of this author’s works, her characters are interesting and deal with emotional issues. Throughout the story, one character’s emotional level was doing flip flops. She was struggling with her fiancée’s betrayal which occurred a few weeks before their wedding. Presently, she faced a dilemma: her heart was still struggling with that hurt and betrayal from that major event 20 years ago, her body was craving a former fiancée’s touch, and her brain was very indecisive about what she should do. This was an ongoing struggle for this character. While the indecisiveness was annoying at times, It was understandable how the character needed time to come to terms with her past hurt and trust issues in order to move forward.
The secondary characters were supportive and tried to intervene and get their friends back together again. But once again it was an ongoing emotional struggle throughout. However, this author knows how to resolve these emotional issues in a beautiful manner.
Overall, this was another entertaining and engaging book by Harbor Bliss.
Absolutely wonderful, another cracker by Harper Bliss! Just a lovely, romantic, glamorous love story that can give us all a little lift in these sober times. A must on your summer reading list.
I was given an advance review copy by the author in exchange for an honest review.
This is not your usual Hollywood romance and it’s very much a breadth of fresh air. Yes it is girl meets girl at a script read and there is an attraction but it’s far more complex than that. Nora is an introverted actress and Mimi an all out Mother with a bit of CEO on the side and a bit older too! They shouldn’t on paper work but, they can’t help but be drawn to each other. Drawing Nora out of her head and into the real world is the complex journey in this story but a family born of love for her, leads her on a new insight to life. Another brilliantly written piece of work from Harper Bliss. A very good read!