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When the two women meet there is instant attraction which neither of them are willing to acknowledge. Aside from the ksllmaker story there were many things I loved about this story. I have to say that I was surprised to find that this is my new favorite Karin Kallmaker book.
Besides the obstacle of Eric and their developing feelings for each other, Sydney is weary of dating because she doesn’t want her sexuality to be the center of her campaign. I’ve been reading so many books written in the last 10 years that this felt very different. Like when she says- “For every thought of him, I think of you a hundred times,” I f I have to say that I was surprised to find that this is my new favorite Karin Kallmaker book.
Thanks for kwrin us about the problem. Sydney’s family is ridiculously rich but her and her brother work hard at their chosen professions. In addition to multiple Lambda Literary Awards, she has been featured as a Stonewall Library Karin Kallmaker has been exclusively devoted to lesbian fiction since the kallmqker of her first novel in I would have liked to see more tension in Sydney’s story and the potential impact algoo her attraction to Faith on her political career, but was satisfied overall with this one and it doesn’t bill itself as a political thriller.
As an author published by the storied Naiad Press, she worked with Barbara Grier and Donna McBride, and has been fortunate to be mentored by a number of editors, including Katherine V. Overall, the depiction of Faith, a devout Catholic and an academic and Sydney, a super-rich, lesbian, politician, rang true and the author didn’t rely on the usual artificial obstac A well-written, interesting romance with well-drawn characters and an interesting storyline.
The intrigue was high and the predicament Faith finds herself in is quite the puzzle. Mar 17, Agirlcandream rated it it was amazing. Rich attorney Sydney Van Allen is a rising star on the political horizon. Paperbackpages. Defined so beautifully with words that leave you wanting more. So now having re-read it, I’ll assume the vague memories of Eleanor will again be the only thing I remember about this book a year or so from now.
The California native is the mother of two and blogs at Romance and Chocolate: Hands down, “Wild Things” is arguably one of my top 3 favourite Kallmaker novels definitely one of my all-time favourite novels including its sequels: It’s set in the mid 90’s in Chicago.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Dec 28, bookish butch rated it it was amazing. It was interesting to follow her through her journey of trying to kain acceptance within herself and her church.
Sharon rated it it was amazing Aug 30, And we get to go home. Trivia About Wild Things. As suspected her father goes into rage mode and the only thing in his way is Faith’s brother who stands up for her.
Wild Things was wicked fun This was my first Kallmaker and I will definitely be reading more of her stuff. My how times have changed.
Still, this is well written and engaging. Before I began I didn’t realise kzrin role Catholicism would play in the story, usually I avoid books where religion plays a large role.
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Aug 05, Kalmaker rated it really liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Kari had been reading, thinking that this didn’t feel like a 20 year old novel, but as the two women got closer to getting together, that changed. Well written and introspective. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Feb 28, Leavethesky rated it really liked it Shelves: On Sydney’s side, there’s a supportive, incredible, sweet, slightly older, very successful brother, nice parents, and very celebrated and successful in their own right extended family.
The last fifteen percent felt rushed and I wish it had addressed some things that were glossed over. A must read for everyone in this mostly post DOMA era we live in. Theresa Lamagni rated it liked it Dec 05, I enjoyed this book once the characters were built. Excellent, really enjoyable read. Caroline Hislop rated it it was amazing Apr 17, Lists with This Book. Feb 20, Morgan rated it it was ok Shelves: Oct 21, Jay Odon rated it really liked it Shelves: I had to check the publication date to aprreciate just how far acceptance of same sex relationships have come in the past almost twenty years.
It’s not earth-shatteringly terrible, but it’s far from great. I completely agree with the previous reviewer! A well-written, interesting romance with well-drawn characters and an interesting storyline. But as someone raised as a Catholic I could sympathise with some of what Faith was dealing with. A really thought provoking book, that navigates some difficult areas.