Out on Good Behavior

Finished Out on Good Behavior by Dahlia Adler.  I received a copy from Dahlia for review.

Summary (from Goodreads):

Frankie Bellisario knows she can get anyone she sets her sights on, but just because she can doesn’t mean she should—not when the person she’s eyeing is Samara Kazarian, the daughter of a southern Republican mayor. No matter how badly Frankie wants to test her powers of persuasion, even she recognizes some lines aren’t meant to be crossed.

But when Frankie learns she’s been on Samara’s mind too, the idea of hooking up with her grows too strong to resist. Only Sam’s not looking for a hookup; she wants—needs—the real thing, and she’s afraid she’ll never find it as long as Frankie’s in her head.

Forced to choose between her first relationship and losing the girl who’s been clawing her way under her skin, Frankie opts to try monogamy…under her own condition: 30 days of keeping things on the down low and remaining abstinent. If she fails as hard at girlfriending as she’s afraid she might, she doesn’t want to throw Samara’s life into upheaval for nothing. But when neither the month nor Frankie’s heart go according to plan, she may be the one stuck fighting for the happily ever after she never knew she wanted.”

Okay, this one was easily my favorite of the three, and no surprise, right? As a lady who likes ladies, I feel like that’s ignored a lot with the contemp romances I read (which, okay, (a) not my favorite genre and (b) I’m a little picky with them, so I’m sure that there are a lot of f/f love stories out there that I’m ignoring because the writing is lacking.  Please feel free to leave me recs in the comments!) and so when I read one, it’s like, “OMG A LOVE STORY FOR ME.”

And okay, I am so in love with both Frankie and Samara.  SO IN LOVE.  (And this is also seriously the hottest book ever.)

I’m told that my early copy is going to be a lot different from the finished one (I guess major edits?) so I’ll just have to re-read it.  Darn.

Highly recommended.

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