Exes and O’s book review

Posted August 12, 2022 by geograph in adult, review, sapphic / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Exes and O’s book reviewExes and O's by Joy Argento
Published by Bold Strokes Books Inc on January 11, 2022
Genres: Fiction / LGBTQ+ / Lesbian, Fiction / Romance / LGBTQ+ / Lesbian
Pages: 225
Format: ARC, eBook
Source: Netgalley

Ali Daniels is a successful writer. Too bad she can’t say the same for her love life. After yet another failed relationship, she decides it’s time to dig deep and find out what she’s doing wrong. Contacting her exes with a questionnaire seems like a piece of cake, until she gets to her high school sweetheart and the girl who shattered her heart, Madison Parker.

Madison has made a neat little life for herself in her small hometown, whose only claim to fame is being an hour from the beach. She’s content running the donut shop her father left her and hanging with her sister and niece. The last thing she expects is for Ali to drop back into her life. After the way Ali left town twenty years ago without so much as an explanation, Madison really shouldn’t be feeling any sort of attraction, but she can’t seem to help herself.

After all this time, Ali and Madison really only have one thing in common. The girl who broke their heart may be the only one who can put it back together.

This is cute! It’s fun! It’s not particularly interesting or exciting and I feel ultimately neutral about both the events of the book and the characters, but it’s not bad! I just wouldn’t really recommend it. Three stars. Booksweet link. Storygraph link.


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