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Out on Good Behavior: Volume 3 (Radleigh University) Paperback – 9 Jun 2016
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What I liked the most was differences between Sam and Frankie, and the twist where player Frankie started falling harder for Sam. The romantic and sexual chemistry between the two was definitely palpable! I felt like all of their interactions were charged ... like they were ready to pounce on each other at any given moment. That's a dynamic that I find missing from a lot of f/f novels, so it was super refreshing to see that level of chemistry in this book. I do wish the sex scenes themselves had been a little steamier, but, what can I say, I'm a pervert.
I loved the dynamics between the core friend group as well. Dahlia absolutely captured the pretty unique closeness that I think you develop in college with friends.
For me, where it fell a little flat was the question of stakes and pace. But I don't really think that was the book or the author's fault ... I think it's more a question of genre preference. I usually read speculative fiction where the stakes are often death, destruction and mayhem.
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It could be the fact that Frankie identifies as pan-sexual, yet I never got any real sense of what that meant to her other than the ability to crush on anyone and everyone. I don't think that's what pan-sexual means. Or it could be the whole 'test' thing going on, where to confirm they actually liked one another, they had to keep their hands off each other for a month. That doesn't ring true to me. I mean, what happens if they do it at the end of the month and discover their sexual needs/desires are totally different? And Samara is a virgin, so she doesn't even know what she likes or needs in a partner. Plus, no one has great sex the first time. It's like everything: it takes practice.
Maybe I didn't love this as much as Dahl's other books because I read it in fits and starts over quite a long period of time where usually I read them in a single sitting. But whatever the reason, I didn't adore this one as much as I wanted to.
That said, I did still enjoy it and I feel a little sad that the Radleigh girls aren't going to be a part of my life anymore. I hope they have great lives and stay best friends forever. They deserve it.
This is a happy book. It's a book about these two very different girls falling for each other while dealing with the world, and it's so lovely and life-affirming and fun. There's a little drama, of course, as any relationship has, but overall? This book makes you smile. It has depth and heart and...well, other body parts, too. :) It's lovely and fun and sexy, all wrapped up together.
And also? Now I really want Filipino food.