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Not-So-Straight Sue (Girl Meets Girl Book 2) by [Blue, Cheyenne]
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“Sorry, I’m straight.” Those words, accompanied by a smile, were the ones Sue Brent used to turn down women. But the truth was buried so deep that even her best friend, Nora, didn’t know that Sue was queer. Sometimes, Sue even managed to convince herself. The only person in London who’d seen through her façade was Moni, an American tourist.

When a date with a friend’s brother goes disastrously wrong, Sue has to confront the truth about herself. Leaving London, she returns to Australia to take up the reins in an outback law practice. Back in the country of her birth, she is finally able to accept who she is, including facing Denise, the woman who burned her so badly years ago and set her on the path of pretence. But it’s not until Moni arrives in Queensland to work for the Flying Doctors that Sue is finally able to see a path to happiness. However, as things start to go her way, Denise arrives in Mungabilly Creek, begging a favour that might destroy Sue’s new relationship.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 854 KB
  • Print Length: 250 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ylva Publishing; 1 edition (2 November 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01M5D38QN
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #267,638 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After Sue had a traumatic event as a teenager that lead to her going back in the closet and denying her homosexuality even to her closet friends. She decided to stop living in denial and head back to her home-town and a life she has been running away from most of her life. Sue meets back up with a friend she met once upon a time in London. The attraction that never died for both Sue and Moni start them on a collision course for love however when the past come knocking at Sue’s door it could turn everything upside down.

This was a step up from the first in the series ‘Never-Tied Nora’. I enjoyed the first book but Not-So-Straight Sue was more my kind of romance. I really enjoy Cheyenne Blue style of writing. Its honest and down to earth. More than once I thought the conversation between the characters was one I would have with my Aussie friends. I’m a expat living in Australia just now so I really enjoyed the geography lesson and it gave me the push to check out some of the outback that I needs to go on my Bucket List.

Sue was a great character in the first novel so I was really excited to get into this book and hear more about her story. This story is one of courage and embracing your life even when you don’t know if it could harm your relationships with loved ones. Sue’s bravery was encouraging and lead to some real special moments between her family and friends. I have to say I enjoyed the moments with Moni the best. She was fun, light hearted and very honest with her feelings. Sue and Moni’s love was clear from the beginning and gave the reader hope from the moment they meet up in Outback Australia.

I was left wanting more from Felix in this novel and then I read that the next book in the series concentrates on Felix’s love life. The book Fenced-in Felix was 15th of November 2016 so guess what I’ll be reading very soon…

I am looking forward to the snuggling up with the third book in the series very soon.

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I loved reading this book as much, if not better than the first in the series! The characters are interesting and make you want to find out what their story is. I liked seeing the progression of Sue from a support character in "Never-Tied Nora" to the central character in this book. Moni adds fun, friendship and the possibilty of something new for Sue. Combining old friends, family history, a small country town and a cast of interesting locals provides the perfect backdrop for a great read.
Cheyenne enables the reader to visualise and feel what Sue is going through with a tight writing style that is very enjoyable. I look foward to Book Three!
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters were real and I believed them. It was easy to imagine being in the outback and being with the characters on this journey. I’ve also read Never-Tied Nora which featured Sue but this book doesn’t need that one to get the story. I was sorry when the book came to an end, it’s one of those that you’d like to keep reading to see how their lives go on.
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By Ozgrl on 3 November 2016
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What I love most about this story is that it's real! Sue & Moni are both such believable and loveable characters that you can't help but hope they find their happily ever after. What more to say than Cheyenne Blue always brings her A game. Loved it!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Better than the first 29 January 2017
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I enjoyed this book better than the first one (and I enjoyed that one too). Looking forward to book three.
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely fabulous story. 3 November 2016
By D.M.E - Published on
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Given Sue was my absolute favourite supporting character in Never-Tied Nora, I couldn’t wait to dive into her story. Did it live it to my expectations? Hell yes! Sue is a heroine I found myself able to relate to on so many levels. Living across the ditch from Aussie, the down under setting was a treat for me. I also love to get around in a campervan, so that too was a bonus. Although there’s not so much red dirt in New Zealand.

So the story starts out with Sue’s road-trip through the outback. Along the way she encounters Felix. I loved their outing on the horses, the writing was so vivid I felt like I was riding along with them. The attraction between Sue and Felix is instantaneous and undeniable. They steam up the pages for a short time before Sue and her dog, Ripper, continue on their way.

Over the course of her journey, Sue keeps in touch with Nora and various friends via emails and skype whenever the internet allows it. And of course this involves ‘coming out.’ The story behind why Sue was in the closet is heartfelt and, I’m sure, an all too common occurrence.

The first 50% of this story is a slow-burn, low on angst, more of a feel good read. Then Moni joins the mix. Thus begins the relationship between Sue and Moni. They are hot together, and their relationship goes deeper than lust and sex. I need to say here, I actually found it a little odd that the most erotic, on-page scene was between the main character and a side-character, rather than the main characters. It wasn’t a deal breaker for me, but still…

The fact Sue is a lawyer added depth to the story, without bogging it down with legal jargon. It certainly made it interesting when an old foe came seeking her services.

From that point the drama picked up, the required miscommunication ensued, and despite the fact I found the outcome rather predictable I thoroughly enjoyed reading along.

Just for the record – I know Aussies and Kiwis alike often say moved towards, forwards, backwards, etc. But I’ve not met a single person who says… “I look forwards to it.”

The story flows at a good pace and the characters are well developed. Mrs T. needs an honorable mention as she too was a delight. All in all, this was a very enjoyable read which I highly recommend!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed this novel very much 2 November 2016
By Sandra - Published on
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First of all, I enjoyed this novel very much. Thanks to Ylva for the ACR.
It is the first book I've read from Cheyenne Blue, but definetely not the last one. So I started with the second book of the "Girls meets Girl Series", but it was not a problem. It just caught my attention for the first one. The storys can stand alone, despite some referrings to the previous story.
Cheyenne has written a really nice romance which takes place in London and the outback of Australia. I very much liked the way, she shows the thoughts, feelings and the struggling of the main caracters. I could feel with them. She also describes the landscapes very pictorially. You can really good imagen driving through this landscapes on your own, especially when you have visited Australia herself.
The story of Sue and Moni is fluently written and the caracters well developed. After a very bad coming out as a teenager back home, with the result of the denial of her being queer for a long time, Sue finally can accept who she is. She returns to her home country to fight her demons of the betrayal of her first lover and to find a place in a rural area where she can find her peace.
On the other side Moni, who's dream is, to join the flying doctors in downunder. After her dream comes true, will she really be that lucky and find the love of her life in the woman she once met in London and now also live near her base? The woman she could never forget?
Thanks to Ylva for receiving an ACR for a honest review. Sorry for my not correct english writing, my native language is swiss german.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Read! 2 November 2016
By Julia - Published on
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Not-So-Straight Sue by Cheyenne Blue is a light and easy read and I liked it but the romance and connection between the two main characters Sue and Moni wasn’t there for me and therefore the book couldn’t amaze me as much as I’d hoped for. I missed a bit of drama and angst to make it all believable. What I loved the most about the book is the Australian setting because it reminded me of my own travels throughout the Australian outback and although rugged and harsh it’s one of the most amazing places on earth I’ve ever visited with the most hospitable people I’ve ever met. The author did an amazing job in bringing this part of the story to life.

This is the second book in the Girl Meets Girl series though Not-So-Straight Sue can be read as a standalone book without any issues. The author has plans to release a third book in the Girl Meets Girl series called Fenced-In Felix. A good introduction to the main character, Felix Jameson, is found in Not-So-Straight Sue. Never-Tied Nora is the first book in the series.

Notwithstanding the fact that Not-So-Straight Sue didn’t amaze me as much as I’d hoped it would, I look forward to reading the next one in the series, Fenced-In Felix.
5.0 out of 5 stars 4.5 stars 7 November 2016
By Kalipall - Published on
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This book is a superb example of setting making the story. We start in London, and Sue, our protagonist, is happy with her professional life. She has great friends, and is enjoying the many diverse things a big city like London can offer a transplanted Australian from a tiny town. What she doesn't have is a personal life. She's dated men, quite a few, as a matter of fact. But nothing lasts. And her response to any of the many women asking her out is that she's straight. What we learn is that Australia, more specifically, the Outback in Queensland, as rural a place as one might find in Australia, is calling to her soul. She finds a job in a different small town than the one she grew up in and heads home. First stop is her parents house, where we learn that Sue is not so straight, after all. And the events that occurred so many years ago have scarred her and affect her still. It's as she heads over land to her new job that the rural landscape of her youth begins to heal Sue deep inside.
We're along for the journey, the dusty road, the kangaroos populating the roadside in the twilight dusk, the endless vistas and horizon stretching out ahead of her. Blue writes with a love of the country that comes through, not only with her words, but also how her characters interact with the landscape. The second person who populates this land of scarcity is Moni, an American tourist that Sue first met in London through her friend, Nora. Moni is a doctor who has just joined the Australian Flying Doctors program for a year and has just been stationed at the closest hospital to the small town Sue ended up in. Moni is also the only person who never believed Sue's protestations of heterosexuality, and their reunion is much anticipated by both.
At its most basic, this book is about whether Sue can heal enough to allow herself to try for her own happiness again. It is very much a journey of healing and of realizing what are the most important things in life, and of self-discovery. The setting of the story, the landscape, is almost another character within the book, because both main characters have such a love for it, and it twines itself around their lives together. The only negative for me was how long Sue let what happened in her childhood affect her own happiness. I couldn't say for sure that no one would do that to themselves, but I just think Sue is too smart to deny herself that long. That being said, I loved this book, and with the little introduction to Felix within it, I'm looking forward to the next book very much. Also, since this is my first introduction to Cheyenne Blue, I'm also looking forward to reading the first book in the series.
I obtained a copy of this book from Ylva in order to review it.