Book Review - GIRL CRUSH by STEPHIE WALLS
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Girl Crush by Stephie Walls
Who hasn't thought about switching teams after dealing with one bad excuse of the opposite sex after another? and how many different terms can one person come up with for the vaginas. not to mention the many terms for lesbians, the male genitalia or for sex in general. then there is the question of how many colors of nail polished does one woman need?
but I digress...
Giselle is a woman let down for the last time by a man. now she has decided to try batting for the other team. because, I mean one can make the choice to like women, when they have been only attracted to men right? a few way word dates maybe what life need to bring in the one that you are meant to be with.
Collier is the brother of Beck, Giselles first ever girl/girl date. when they first meet both are not sure what it is about one another. he thinks she is just another girl for his sister. and she thinks he is just a jerk. but, the next thing they know they find that they enjoy each other's company. they find that they can be themselves around each other, and that's only the beginning of their attraction. should Giselle just throw in the towel on her girl crush phase and fess up to Collier that she's not who he thinks she is? or should she just keep things the way it is between them?
Girl crush was one that kept you entertained from beginning to end. I found myself understanding what Giselle was going through when it came to the opposite sex I the dating game. This was definitely a book that I would recommend for all of my book friends to read.
She is tired of men. Bored to death with them. So what is the answer? Become a lesbian. The journey she goes on in her quest to prove her best friend Ronnie wrong is hysterical!! The friends she makes along the way lead her to her special someone. Its one of the best romcom's I've read in awhile and I'm glad I found Stephie. Can't wait to read more of her books!!