- Liquid Silver
- Release Date
- October 2015
- Book 1 of Smoky Mountain Romance
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
One woman has given up on love. One is trying to find her place in a new town. When their lives collide, they must find a way to put their pasts behind them and learn to trust and love again. Time for Terri is a great beginning to Roslyn Bane's new contemporary romance series, Smoky Mountain Romance.
Terri Greene is a professional photographer who travels the world but calls the small town of Bryson City, NC home. She has made a nice life for herself and kept her painful past deeply buried. She has a reputation for being friendly but elusive. She hammered her heart shut years ago and has long since given up hope for a loving relationship.
Sheila McDevitt, a new arrival to town, has opened a veterinary practice and is determined to succeed in this close-knit community. Viewed as an outsider, she struggles to grow her practice. Unfinished business from her past causes difficulties with her current plans.
When these two women's lives intersect the changes are unforeseeable. As trust grows and inner demons are tamed, can they see past their own busy professional lives and find success in the part of life that matters most.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Dec 17, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
83 people found the following review helpful
Sheila was new to town and had just taken over the local vet clinic. When Terri brought in an injured dog they hit it off and start to spend a lot of time together.
Terri traveled a lot and really kept to herself. Even though she'd lived in the small town for quite some time, she was still a mystery to most of the locals.
Sheila was a newcomer to the small town and was really seen as an outsider. She was struggling to get settled and acquainted with the closeness of everyone who lived there.
Terri and Sheila really hit it off and had great chemistry. Holy sexual tension! Neither woman was out, so they weren't sure how the other felt. They both kept their true feelings hidden in order to save the friendship. They didn't want to risk what they already had by asking for more. Finally--and I mean, FINALLY--they had enough and were honest with each other.
I actually liked them better before they were a couple. They had a lot of drama together. Obviously, no relationship is perfect and there will be arguments, but what they argued about seemed childish. They both became less likable as the story continued, especially Sheila.
TIME FOR TERRI was an enjoyable romance, with characters that were relatable, even if they drove me crazy a couple times. Recommended for F/F and contemporary romance fans.
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