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✪ Heartscapes pdf ✩ Author M.J. Williamz –

Heartscapes Jesse Garrett Still Grieves The Death Of Her Partner Four Years Ago The Only Thing That Makes Her Feel Alive Are The Nameless Women With Whom She Shares Her Bed And Her Art When The Opportunity Arises For Her To Travel To Paris To Study Art, Jesse Agrees To Leave Her Dead End Job And Take Her Chances In Paris.Odette Owns A Caf Across The Street From Jessie S Dorm Jesse Frequents The Caf , Mostly To See Odette With Her Silver Hair And Deep Green Eyes It S Attraction At First Sight.Their Love Burns Hot Until Odette Has A Stroke, Leaving Her Unable To Remember Jesse Will Odette Ever Remember Her Or Must Jesse Spend The Rest Of Her Time In Paris Alone

✪ Heartscapes  pdf ✩ Author M.J. Williamz –
  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • Heartscapes
  • M.J. Williamz
  • 24 September 2017
  • 9781626395329

    10 thoughts on “✪ Heartscapes pdf ✩ Author M.J. Williamz –

  1. says:

    When given a book by the publishers through NetGalley I am always so grateful and therefore always determined to finish the book even if it isn t my favourite Unfortunately I just wasn t able to do that with this book The issues I had was that the first quarter was spent following Jesse who lost her partner 4 years ago and is now a selfish player who is disrespectful to women The concept of a player in lesfic is nothing new and not something that I have a problem with but this character was so disrespectful that you just got that feeling of a sleazy player that I wanted nothing to do with She wasn t upfront about what she wanted from the women she picked up, she just assumed and then treated them like crap The other part of the first quarter was spent on her getting back to her art which she hadn t done since her partner died This too was not done well No emotion even though what the character was going through was so emotional On...

  2. says:

    I received this book from NetGalley and Bold Strokes Books, Inc in exchange for an honest review DNF 52% Spoilers, I guess, but everything that happens in the book is in the summary anyway I think I should preface this with the fact that it was marketed as a lesbian romance novel and was lesbian erotica From the summary, you would have no idea that every time Jesse meets up with a woman they have explicit sex together I eventually stopped reading it because well, it wasn t what I was reading it for it was poorly written I think I should also follow up with the fact that all of the lesbian erotica was both unrealistic and seemingly for male readers than any women who love women Women have quick, successive orgasms with little to no prompting all while contorted in positions I can t even keep up with, as the reader Yikes The constant reaffirmation that Jesse looks like a man small breasts, muscular legs, butch look during these scenes and the male gaze y way she assesses women makes it seem like this was definitely not intended to reach the hands of a girl that likes girls The fact that Jesse doesn t sleep with exactly 1 woman of every woman she meets and t...

  3. says:

    Wow this wasn t great at all due to everyone Jesse ever met she kept saying the same thing over and over You are so beautiful, she gets hot just by thinking what the night might bring It s like she was meeting...

  4. says:

    DNF 36%The blurb for this story is really interesting, and it s the reason I requested to review this story Unfortunately, I didn t have the chance to read about Jesse s life in Paris because, at this point, she was just starting to get her things together to travel.I didn t connect with the MC, and the one night stands scenes were repetitive and too many even ...

  5. says:

    I have been working on this book for a bit now I kept stopping to read something else, because I just wasn t getting into the story I think my biggest issue with this read is that it is improperly categorized This is to say it is categorized as romance when it should be erotica I love a well placed, well written sex scene but obviously this can be too much Not that book provided either Just poorly written, over placed sex scenes When you choose to read erotica, you expect pages of sex scenes This book had a sex scene before I even knew the characters I quickly found myself skipping over pages of book because it wasn t needed for the story When the reader is skipping pages it is obvious a problem has occurred I was not particularly attached to the characters I found that when I was not skipping sex scene pages, I was thinking Jesse complained a lot For me ...

  6. says:

    It s been four years since Jesse lost her partner and hasn t had a stable relationship since then The most she can do are one night stands When she picks up art again, she meets an art dealer who has an offer she can t refuse Jesse ends up going to school in Paris to learn about art and encounters a woman at a cafe, Odette, who happens to own it I thought too much was written about Jesse s one night stands and would ve liked to have read about her time in Paris and learning about art I didn t feel connected to the main character and thought that she was quick to accept that it was than a one night stand with Odette ...

  7. says:

    I have to say I that I found Jesse to be too obsessed with her late lover, her one night stands, and her dead end job Throughout her angst over these things, she did nothing to change She didn t seek help in dealing with her grief, she didn t stop being a player, and she didn t find another job When her best friend convinces her she needs a hobby, she returns to her art after a four year absence, and the friend convinces her to enter a local amateur outdoor art show where she meets an art dealer who wants to be her patron and send her to art school in Paris On her first day there, she meets Odette, an older woman, who, within a week the player known as Jesse falls in love There way too many coincidences too many things happen that are inconsistent with Jesse s life style and personality For instance, she leaves her dead end job that she has clung too for years with little or no thought to move to Paris where she doesn t speak the language and makes no attempt to learn it and within days fall in love with an older woman.This book would have been strengthened by a strong editor who would have cut a lot of the redundancy, tightened and added better dialogue, and dealt with all the inconsistencies, and either delete characters or suggest not to leave th...

  8. says:

    Older woman, younger woman Four years after losing her wife, an artist gets the opportunity to study in Paris After years of one night stands she Mets the owner of a restaurant who motivates her to move forward to a serious relationsh...

  9. says:

    I really liked this story, however there are some moments that i could not see the chemistry of the two main characters But definitely it has a nice plot and was very enjoyable to read.

  10. says:

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review, so here goes Jesse Garrett s partner, Sara, died four years ago and though she plays the field, Jesse still isn t over it When an art dealer offers Jesse the chance to study in Paris and the prospect of making a name for herself in the art world, she decides to give up her less than exciting job and give it a shot Almost fresh off the plane, Jesse meets local diner owner Odette, and sparks fly As the two get to know each other, Jesse s commitment fears begin to fade away, but when Odette suffers a stroke that leaves her unable to remember her new found love, will she be able to find her way back to Jesse I m not going to lie, I was sold when the summary mentioned Paris.What better place for an artist s love story than one of the most romanticized places in the world Paris may have drawn me in, but the characters kept me interested, and the book was a quick and enjoyable read Like any romance novel worth its salt, it s heavy on the sap and the sex, in a good way I thought that the made source of dramat...

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