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Teresa Barrera has finally moved back home after running away when she was 15. Things are better for her than they were then. She's out as a trans lesbian, has a good job, and is in the promising start of a new relationship. To top it all off, she's back in contact with her sister, who has completely accepted her. She's not ready to tell the rest of her family, but that's okay.

Lian Hui, a private investigator who had searched for Teresa for years, is surprised when they become friends. Not much of a people person and prone to bouts of anxiety, she finds herself drawn to Teresa's kindness and patience. When Teresa's relationship turns sour, Lian steps up as the friend Teresa needs most.

As Teresa and Lian become closer, they find the line between friendship and romance can be a blurry, confusing thing.

©2019 Raquel De Leon (P)2020 Tantor

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  • Marquie
  • 30-04-20

Pleasantly surprised..

Honestly, I purchased the audio hoping to hear what’s happening with April and Vivian. As I truly enjoyed Wanting Her. Rated a 5 because of April and Vivian being involved. Would love a sequel of their story. Teresa and Lian relationship development was endearing and not what I was expecting at all.

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  • Emyrinth
  • 02-04-20

very good

As a transgender woman and lesbian I have to say I love seeing more representation for people like me. On top of that this series has been wonderful for representation all around. The story is excellent, difficult subjects are handled well and the narration is top notch. This will definitely be on my list of frequently re-read books.

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  • AJ Holmes
  • 24-07-21

Great follow-up!

I enjoyed the first book much better than this sequel but I wasn't at all disappointed. I can honestly say, this was the Grady transgender romance I've read and Lian and Teresa were just too cute and they tip-toed around their feelings for each other. I can't imagine how difficult it was for Teresa to go 15 years apart from her family and then, another year she a half living right under their noses. Reconnecting with her sister Vivian and then, falling for Lian was likely just what Teresa needed to give her the courage to try and face her family as her true self.

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  • J & D Herrera
  • 07-01-21

Perfection

In a world of change how do you fall in love. In a lost family if hurt and demise.

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  • Sab
  • 04-06-20

A good book

Not the best I read these past few weeks, but a good one, well written, likeable characters and well narrated.

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  • Paul
  • 11-09-20

Loved it

couldn't wait to listen to this being part two as I enjoyed the first story in this series and wasn't let down as good for me as wanting her story line and the characters few laughs and sad parts, it was great to hear a little about viv, april , and markayla as part of this story all in all for me excellent would recommend a good read or listen... narrator all the voices excellent