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An emotionally and sexually frustrated divorcée explores her mounting attraction to women.
Rhoda’s divorce has her thinking that romance is not for her. But maybe she just needs to look in a new direction. Megan is an attractive blonde who instantly sees what Rhoda’s love life has been missing: a woman’s touch. As Megan guides Rhoda into the sensuous - but hidden - world of women who love women, the two unlock a passion that may be too hot to contain. There are a lot of beautiful women in the Village, and Rhoda’s just begun her adventure as a freewheeling lesbian.
©1965, 2010 LB Productions (P)2014 LB Productions
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By Me & My Girls on 12-21-15

Dated

Anytime I can get an audio that focuses on Bi or lesbian women I make sure to get it. This was an especially good month with this book as well as Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult. Normally it's very difficult to find a book by a mainstream author with a lesbian theme. Okay, perhaps in it's day this was probably a highly progressive look at a scorned and feared minority. Unfortunately that was fifty years ago and the text comes off as hopelessly out of date in atmosphere, as well as attitudes. If you're an older GBLT member or supporter this book might be a reminder of just how far we've come. I on the other hand, am a 34 year old bisexual woman and the fear and self hatred expressed in this book turned me off in a hurry and eventually I gave up on it and decided that in the future I would take a much longer look at an audio before I spend too much time on it.

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By J.C.D. on 10-12-14

Vintage Block - A Coming of Age Lesbian Story

Where does Warm and Willing rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Warm and Willing is in the top quarter of all the audiobooks I've listened to. Being a Lawrence Block fan, I enjoy all his writing. His wide range of subjects and depth is incredible.

What other book might you compare Warm and Willing to and why?

I would compare Warm and Willing to Thirty, another Lawrence Block coming of age erotica novel.

What does Emily Beresford bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Emily Beresford brought the story to life. Her voice is sweet and very feminine - perfect for this book.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It didn't make me laugh or cry just made me a little sad. It reminded me that people who are different are born that way. Their lives are made more difficult by society.

Any additional comments?

Solid, entertaining story without being preachy.

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