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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Passionate Kisses.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Megan Carter(Author)

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Sara, Taylor and James have been best friends since pre-school. Their strong bond earned them the nickname of the Three Musketeers. When Taylor turned 14 and announced she was gay, James and Sara stood by her. When James and Sara began dating, Taylor hid her love for Sara and moved on with her life.

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  • PDF | 159 pages
  • Megan Carter(Author)
  • Bella Books (February 1, 2006)
  • English
  • 9
  • Gay & Lesbian

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  • By A.Review on December 1, 2012

    I enjoyed the book. It was not stuffed with sex. I enjoyed the historical storyline. It is a great lazy day read.

  • By Roni on May 23, 2015

    This was a nice easy read. It wasn't exceptional but enjoyable. There are a couple things that I didn't care for in the book. Spoilers ahead: There was WAY too much of the book spent on the secondary characters homestead and the missing gold that their ancestors had gotten in a robbery. I understand it ties in with the story but there was just way too much of it. Secondly I HATE books that wait till the last few pages for the couple to get together. Why are authors so afraid to show all the ups and down of building a relationship? It's like their afraid once a couple get together people will stop reading which is ludicrous.

  • By Morgan B. on January 5, 2012

    I had a hard time believing any of this story. I suppose the main storyline is supposed to be about the main character, Sara, realizing she's a lesbian and that she's in love with her best-friend-since-childhood Taylor despite being engaged to her other best friend James. However this is quickly side tracked to a gold rush side story involving an older lesbian couple and their ranch. This story takes up much of the book and doesn't really have much of an arc or successful conclusion.My problem with the three main characters is that we know they're the best of friends only because the author states it repeatedly. There are a telephone calls spoken of that the reader almost never is treated to, that would help explaining how each character relies on the other, but almost no other "in person" scenes. We only aware of Sara's attraction to Taylor and vice versa because the author states it, not because we've lived with these characters and have seen anything develop between them. For over half the book, Taylor exchanges maybe a dozen lines with Sara and the two only share a brief few scenes. When their story is finally focused on, we still don't see anything between them. Conversations are summed up as "They spoke about x", "Sara explained her feelings", "They shared stories" and as a reader I didn't care about either one because there were no magical moments to grab on to and savor. I don't even think there was a single description of Taylor's physical appearance aside from "tall" and "slim waisted".Too much time was spent on the gold story, which could have been used to more fully flesh out these characters. This book just felt completely flat to me.

  • By K. Johnson on May 3, 2006

    I loved Carter's first book, but didn't care too much for her second book. This one is a great comeback for a talented author.Carter plays on the old adage "birds of a feather flock together" as she follows the lives of three close childhood friends into adulthood. The three friends are: Taylor, a woman who announced to the world she was gay at the tender age of 14. James, an aspiring politician who is engaged to Sara. Sara, who feels no passion for James.James and Sara call the wedding off afther they both discover new aspects of themselves throughout the telling of this masterful tale. Taylor is finally able to live her childhood dream. The only "unreal" part of this story is how James' and Sara's families react to the news. It's almost as though their families are comatose or heavily sedated, not "normal" (whatever that is).I'm now looking forward to Carter's next book. She's one writer you shouldn't miss.

  • By Amazon customer on January 15, 2012

    A romance about the relationship between three friends since high school, two women and a man. The romantic focus is on the two women.Taylor has known since she was fourteen that she was a lesbian. James and Sara, her friends, are fine with Taylor being a lesbian. James, the male friend and Sara are engaged to be married.James' family is pushing him toward a political future and Sara fits the family's plan nicely as the daughter of a well to do family.Things start to unravel when, yes, you guessed it, Sara acknowledges her feelings for her old friend, Taylor.James has a surprise up his sleeve to spring.There was a nice side story of an older lesbian couple and the mystery of hidden gold.Not a lot of character development. I didn't gel with any of them.No surprises in this story. I easily saw where this was going early in the story. Story flows and no mistakes. A nice story for a lazy afternoon without heavy angst, and a satisfactory ending.

  • By Paula Fulp on August 9, 2006

    This was my 1st Megan Carter book but based on this story, I'd definitely read something else by her. Very sweet romantic story that I have read twice in the 3 days I've had it! Well-written and likable characters, the book also has a good sub-plot concerning an older lesbian couple and their Texas ranch. The best part though was watching Sara realize who her true love really is (some yummy sex scenes!!). Wish the story had never ended!

  • By B. J. Brown on July 27, 2006

    Sara, James, and Taylor sitting in a tree. Who's kissing who?Sara and James are getting married and Taylor's been their friends since they were young. Sara and James were still her friends when she came out at 14.The wedding plans are not going well. When Taylor shows up sparks start flying and reality sinks in for all parties.Get all dressed up and join the wedding party for an interesting time. You'll enjoy this one.

  • By Avid Reader on March 29, 2006

    Megan Carter's latest is another great read by a polished writer. She brings her three main characters to life, making them seem like people we have known. The growing love, the confusion of awakening desires, and the final passionate kisses keep us reading. I was still reading at 3 a.m., and not regretting it one bit.

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