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I read the 1st book and liked it. This one was kinda just as white queer cultured as the first but the rep was so effing positive I ignored it. The setting is Maine, so...
Anyway its very short but very cute. The mc is pansexual and her love interest is a bi transwoman. I'm sure there are books like this out but this is my first and I found it super positive.
As a cis woman, I really appreciated how the cis woman validated the beauty of her love interest because were not in a state in the world where people validate and tell transwomen they're beautiful and they matter. As a black woman I know how that feels, and while it was excessive I understand why it was needed. I'm pansexual so I also liked that too.
The love scene was quick but it was sex positive. Waiting if there will be a third book, I love this series.
To be honest I have loved several of Chelsea M. Cameron’s books and I enjoyed book 1 of the Violet Hill series but in regards to the second book Double Exposure, I just couldn’t get into it because the narrator makes the character Anna’s voice VERY masculine to the point I actually went and checked whether the narrator was male or not, again in the 3rd book Second Chance, another of the leading characters, Fi also had a fairly masculine voice and on top of this the character was a very depressive lonesome type. I realise this is a realistic scenario but when I consume any form of entertainment whether its books or movies or whatever, I like to feel good or excited, at least most of the time and for me this was a bit depressing and I am not into males at all and found the masculine voice off-putting for me. Its very much a personal preference thing and its purely my view, if this is not an issue then by all means the story itself is good, just not for me.