Seven Minutes in Heaven

  • by Kat Fletcher
  • Narrated by Stephanie Murphy
  • 3 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With her marriage in ruins and with nowhere else to go, Megan escapes to her family's summer house on Cape Cod to lick her wounds, but even in that haven from reality, she finds the past catching up with her. Enter Andi, an old friend she's all but forgotten.
Sixteen years ago Andi was the independent local girl with short, blond hair and a reputation for kissing other girls. Megan's family disapproved of Andi, both for her attitude and her unapologetic sexuality, but the girls became quick friends. When Megan's cousin locked them in a closet for a game of seven minutes in heaven, it was meant to be a cruel joke to drive them apart. Instead it led to Megan's first kiss...with Andi.
Now adults, neither woman has forgotten their brief but tantalizing game. Slowly they edge their way toward each other once more, but is being together in the adult world only a game...or heaven?

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Really Good Lesbian Romance

Only slightly longer than the average novella this is a lesbian love story that avoids much of the driftwood that floats into most of this genre's works. There is of course the requisite breakup; this time though not for all the usual specious reasons occurring only in romantic literature. Set on Cape Cod during the offseason, where a chance occurrence at age thirteen culminating close to two decades later this is a quick and easy lesson for fans of romance novels.
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- Me & My Girls

Dull and overly predictable

The story was too predictable and the plot boring. Girl divorces husband, moves back home, rekindles romance with high school girl crush, resistance from said high school girl for fear of broken heart and then happily ever after. Perhaps if the story was longer and had more time to develop it would be better but I found myself bored and waiting for it to end so I could look for another read.

Also, the reader's voice is not distinguished enough between characters. Many times I felt as though personalities were crossing over or exaggerated too much to make a clear distinction. Made the story less believable over all.
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- Jenna

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-17-2015
  • Publisher: Kat Fletcher