A Woman Lost Box Series: Books 0-2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Can “love at first sight” survive both family and the secrets of a dark past? Three books. Several hours of smart, sexy lesbian romance.
Lizzie knows how to keep a secret. The graduate student’s former lesbian lover is blackmailing her, and not even those closest to Lizzie know the full story of their abusive relationship. And when Sarah, the beautiful woman of her dreams, crosses her path, Lizzie isn’t anywhere close to revealing her skeletons.
Sarah knows Lizzie isn’t telling her everything. But when she falls hard for the socially awkward Lizzie, Sarah isn’t sure if the growing relationship is worth the mess of lies.
The harder Lizzie tries to keep Sarah from the truth, the more endearingly clueless she becomes. Can Lizzie keep her secrets and her new love at the same time, or will she lose both in one fell swoop?
A Woman Lost Box Series includes the first three novels in a series of contemporary lesbian romances. If you like quirky characters, smart fiction, and a dash of humor, then you’ll love T. B. Markinson’s sexy series.
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|Listening Length||24 hours and 34 minutes|
|Author||T. B. Markinson|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||October 24, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #111,420 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#8,863 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#14,070 in LGBTQ+ Romance (Books)
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By the end of book one after the prequel, my heart was throughly broken, mostly for Lizzie. As Sarah and Lizzie's story progressed, I wondered if Sarah would ever really understand and forgive Lizzie.
I hated the way Sarah and Maddie constantly ridiculed, made fun of, and gave Lizzie a hard time while Rose kept Lizzie at a distance; but, I kept reminding myself that forgiveness happens in layers over time. And Lizzie believed this was her just punishment; however, what a relief when she finally started standing up for herself.
Eventually Sarah won my heart as she learned how to help Lizzie open up and come to really believe she loved her and wasn't going anywhere. Their love story is triumphant; filled with obstacles, challenges, devastation, growth and overcoming victory. It will take you on an emotional journey filled with tears and laughter while yelling no, no, no and eventually YES!
T.B. Markinson is one heck of a writer. She's peopled this series with realistic characters, both main and supporting, and storylines, which are interesting, intriguing and loaded with depth.
This series was five stars all the way until the politics became heavy handed and I felt like I was drowning in it especially as I read books eight and nine. It almost made me stop reading and not finish the series. Finally I decided the author's politics were probably a natural fit to these particular characters and I was able to push through it to stay with the main storyline. And I'm looking forward to the next book, which T.B. promised at the end of book nine.
Ok so no that I've said that, let me explain some parts that I didn't like.
The book moved fast.
It jumped from one day to weeks later. Some parts even years later with no smooth changeover. We missed out on The weddings. And the birthing presses. Which was disappointing because the Author made Lizzie freak out so bad it. It would of been nice to go through that with them. The prequel to the first book was done really well. Man she was very annoying and I really didn't like the Lizzie character. But then found myself felling so sorry for her. I totally saw how she got so screwed up.. Maddie was very misleading in her actions. I thought for sure she wanted to experiment... man I was shocked ...
This book. Even though it wasn't smooth in its time lines. Was very good and had me crying, laughing and feeling frustrated. It was really easy to read and enjoyable. I was hoping the chapters were a bit more detailed before moving on in the time line. But I'll tell ya it's worth reading for sure...
Ohhh and it helps to read the bonus book to book 1. It's 4 chapters but it does fill in some of the blanks.
Thanks T.B Markinson I definitely a Fangirl.
The struggle of the main character, Lizzie, in finding herself and all the happening really got me hooked. On a funny note, I could say that I felt often hungry reading about all the meals in the story.
The story is presented from Lizzie's point of view. I admired her occasional sarcasm, especially during her regular meetings with Ethan. I admit at times I didn't resonate with her but that is fine. Everyone is different and each and every one of us, in fiction or in reality, has its own past; sometimes a dark one.
I loved Sarah’s character and I do believe she was the perfect match for Lizzie. At times I couldn't understand how could she tolerate everything Lizzie had said, done or didn't do? Opposite attracts, right? I loved seeing how Lizzie and Sarah met and fell in love. With a good number of necessarily steamy scenes, a lot of humor and heartbreaking scenes, the plot flows smoothly as Lizzie tugs us along, enveloping us in her world and taking us on a whirling emotional ride. An easy and enjoyable read.