It Takes Two

It Takes Two What if the love of your life proposes but you re not the marrying kind Ella and Kay are living happily ever after in Northville but when Kay asks Ella to marry her their happiness is threatened by

  • Title: It Takes Two
  • Author: Harper Bliss
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  • Page: 170
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What if the love of your life proposes but you re not the marrying kind Ella and Kay are living happily ever after in Northville, but when Kay asks Ella to marry her, their happiness is threatened by Ella s past Will Ella be able to overcome her fear of tying the knot and give Kay what she wants than anything Find out in this sequel to No.1 best seller At tWhat if the love of your life proposes but you re not the marrying kind Ella and Kay are living happily ever after in Northville, but when Kay asks Ella to marry her, their happiness is threatened by Ella s past Will Ella be able to overcome her fear of tying the knot and give Kay what she wants than anything Find out in this sequel to No.1 best seller At the Water s Edge.It Takes Two is a 15.000 words lesbian romance novelette and the sequel to At the Water s Edge

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    1. I actually liked this more than the original book. It's lighter, very sweet a nice follow up. Kay is just a sweetheart, a great companion to Ella as she's grown from the dark place she was at at the beginning of At the Water's Edge. Ella's a much happier, stronger person. I'm glad we got this update.

    2. ‘It Takes Two,’ the follow-up novella to ‘At the Water’s Edge,’ reminds me of why I love stories by Harper Bliss. Her stories are filled with original and well-developed characters. Her tales have heart. And they’re sexy as hell. ‘It Takes Two’ hits all the right marks in a short amount of time. I hope Bliss continues Ella and Kay’s story.

    3. This is a continuation of the story about Ella and Kay from At the Water’s Edge. I already feel like I know all of the characters in this story since I have now read At the Water’s Edge twice. I am very happy that Harper decided to continue with this story of love between Ella and Kay. I would highly recommend reading At the Water’s Edge before reading It Takes Two. Like At the Water’s Edge this story touches on some important issues, but doesn’t get preachy about them. Being a Harper [...]

    4. Detailed score: 3 on its own - 3.75 rounded up as a welcome companion piece to At the Water's Edge.I would strongly recommend that readers first read At the Water's Edge before considering picking up this book - it certainly should not be used in reverse - or don't treat it as a 'if I like this, I'll try the full length version'. To do so would, I respectfully suggest, destroy your potential enjoyment of both pieces.If you have read ATWE, though, this review is easy: if you liked it, buy this no [...]

    5. Sweet and GentleKay and Ella have been together for three years and life is good. Ella is a teacher at the local high school and Kay is still running her family campgrounds. Kay wants to take things to the next level but will Ella be as ready?This is a very sweet romantic drama that starts off fast and hardd steamy. It changes POV from Ella to Kay but the changes are clearly marked so as not to confuse. There are a lot of I love you mush talk, happiness, support with just enough angst to keep me [...]

    6. Juicy!This short novel is well written, with characters most of us can relate to. I don't do spoilers in reviews, so I'll just day that Harper Bliss got a single run dinger (fellow baseball fans know what that means) with this novella.

    7. Nice Ella and Kay have so much love between them. Ella suffered from depression and Kay was so good and kind to her. This story is well written with great love scenes. Great ending. I love all of Harper's books. Keep them coming.

    8. Read the full review on Bookaholics Not-So-Anonymous.Note: This ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.It Takes Two is a novella from author Harper Bliss and is the sequel to her full-length novel, At the Water's Edge. I highly suggest that you read the books in order so that you have the complete back story as to how Ella Goodman and Kay Brody fall in love and why Ella has an aversion to marriage. I loved At the Water's Edge and felt that the book ended quite well, but [...]

    9. It Takes TwoHarper Bliss, in this short book, writes the sequel to her deeply moving last novel, titled "At the Water's Edge". I, for one, was very glad as I wasn't quite ready to let go of Kay and Ella and their story . But here they are again three years after Ella returned home to the only place she could remember being happy, the West Waters Resort, a place that she has since been unable to leave. You could read this book without reading the first. But if you haven't read the first book, the [...]

    10. This was a really great story. It is a sequel to Harper Bliss' At the Water's Edge so if you haven't read that yet, make sure to pick it up first. It's a great emotional and romantic read!True to the first book, It Takes Two takes on real life scenarios and the feelings that us normal folks have when we experience them. The question for this story is Why do I/don't I want to be married? For a lot of us that question has an easy answer, but for some it's not so simple. And we definitely see that [...]

    11. This is such a great book, it brings two people closer together and shows how in love they are. As soon as I was a few sentances into this book I was hooked. Harper Bliss writes such amazing work. If you havent already read this or any or Harper Bliss's books then you should start too.Ella and Kay are happily living together and have a great relationship but after Kay asks Ella to marry her, Ella is so unsure because in her eyes she doesn't see herself ever getting married. For days Ella just se [...]

    12. Form follows functionThe stories are the same only the names have been changed. The stories and experiences may ring true for some, for some it is all a sexual fantasy written and re worded in differing scenes. It is not written as romance although it may have started out as a lesbian romance with erotic elements, but the lusting and lusting goes on and on to boredom. I am sorry to say this is not one of this authors best works. The two stars was given for excellent technical writing and editing [...]

    13. This was a beautiful Novella written as a follow up to "At The Waters Edge". It really has you rooting for Ella and Kay to work things out between them. Having read many books by this particular author I find this story to be one of my favorites. Not only would I recomend reading this story but I'd say start with "At The Water's Edge" if you have a chance. But even if you don't this Novella stands on its own.

    14. One of my favorite authorsThis is one of my favorite authors, but I just couldn't get into this sequel. It felt repetitive. I think I was looking for a bit more in Ella and Kay's story.

    15. I absolutely loved this additional epilogue to At the Water's Edge. It was great to revisit these characters and find out how their lives and relationships developed after the book ended. This was a quick and delightful read!

    16. Loved it!This is a great sequel. It's nice to see the characters developed and their futures unfolding. You need to read at the waters edge first to fully appreciate this book. It's well written and definitely worth a read.

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