The Belle vs. the BDOC

The Belle vs. the BDOC

by Amy Jo Cousins

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BN ID: 2940158132254
Publisher: Amy Jo Cousins
Publication date: 05/24/2016
Series: Bend or Break , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 273,005
File size: 253 KB

About the Author

Amy Jo Cousins writes contemporary romance and erotica about smart people finding their own best kind of smexy. She lives in Chicago with her son, where she tweets too much, sometimes runs really far, and waits for the Cubs to win the World Series.

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The Belle vs. the BDOC 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BiblioJunkies More than 1 year ago
* * * 1/2 It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of Amy Jo Cousins and, in particular, her Bend or Break series. She writes human characters that I love because of their imperfections, not in spite of them and her writing covers the vast spectrum of genders and orientations. When I found that she had written a f/f novella that takes place in the Bend or Break Universe I was ecstatic. Shelby Summerfield is the kind of girl that grabs your attention immediately. Unfortunately, she doesn’t attract the right kind of attention from Florence, the hottest lesbian on campus. Shelby’s master plan to get Florence to look at her romantically is thwarted by a male friend’s unwanted advances. So what does Shelby do? She sets up a ruthless plan B to show Florence that Shelby is a girl worth looking at twice. I enjoyed both Shelby and Florence’s characters but it was the vibrant Shelby that kept me fixated. She’s comfortable in her skin, confident in her style and she WILL get what she wants, whether that’s an A+ on a test or if it’s the hottest girl at Carlisle College. Her all-out war to win Florence over is both focused, complicated and hilarious. This is a feel good love story that is both fun and manages to touch on the important topic of gender stereotypes. If you are looking for a short love story or looking to cut your teeth on the world of f/f romance, I can’t recommend this story enough.