Fiction Review: The Geometry of Holding Hands

The Geometry of Holding Hands, by Alexander McCall Smith Isabel Dalhousie, philosopher, returns in the thirteenth volume of this series. I jumped into this one cold, since I haven't read the previous Dalhousie books, but I immediately fell in love with Isabel and the way her mind works. Geometry has a very loose plot, involving … Continue reading Fiction Review: The Geometry of Holding Hands

Romance Review: The Revolutionary and the Rogue

The Revolutionary and the Rogue, by Blake Ferre There still aren't nearly enough queer historical romance novels out there, although things have definitely improved in the past several years. So I was thrilled to see this title by Entangled, one of my favorite romance publishers. The story takes place in Paris, as the triumph of … Continue reading Romance Review: The Revolutionary and the Rogue