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Love's Tender Warriors
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Love s Tender Warriors Drew Clark ex Marine and martial arts master is the new instructor at the Golden Tiger dojang Intense and aloof she hides dark secrets and unhealed wounds beneath her warrior s exterior Sean Gray i

  • Title: Love's Tender Warriors
  • Author: Radclyffe
  • ISBN: 9781933110028
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • Drew Clark, ex Marine and martial arts master, is the new instructor at the Golden Tiger dojang Intense and aloof, she hides dark secrets and unhealed wounds beneath her warrior s exterior Sean Gray is the young psychologist and senior student who threatens to bring down the barriers Drew has erected around her heart Battle hardened and world weary, Drew discovers thatDrew Clark, ex Marine and martial arts master, is the new instructor at the Golden Tiger dojang Intense and aloof, she hides dark secrets and unhealed wounds beneath her warrior s exterior Sean Gray is the young psychologist and senior student who threatens to bring down the barriers Drew has erected around her heart Battle hardened and world weary, Drew discovers that Sean wields a weapon she has no defense against tenderness Together, two women who have accepted loneliness as a way of life learn that love is worth fighting for and a battle that neither can afford to lose.

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    1. Kath says:

      I tried to read this book but it just couldn't keep my attention, but the audiobook did :)

    2. Katia M. Davis says:

      I didnt get on too well with this. It seemed a little too contrived. The characters didn't live for me and a couple of them just were names I had to remind myself who they were. It read like fan fiction and felt flat with no soul. I didnt feel engaged as a reader at all. I wanted to care for these characters but there was just something missing, I wasn't with them in the story, rather an observer. The intimate scenes were full of ohs and ahs and are you sures, so cheesy. Passion is not an oh oh [...]

    3. A says:

      Overcoming the horrors of your past, and the challenges of your present, to accept the good things life has to offer. Not as lighthearted as other Radclyffe romance novels as addresses some really tough topics - alcoholism, sexual assault, murder.Loved the martial arts component.

    4. qrbooks says:

      F/F romancePTSD & AA melodrama therapists, athletic women, & hot twinsWhat more could a lesbian ask for??Well there are no talking dogs or cats who bring the leads together, ha ha y'all will have to live without that kooky lezfic writing technique in this one, I'm afraid.But enter the Golden Tiger dojang where two lez, all-knowing, yoda-like Asian twins (not literally, but I couldn't tell them apart) run a marital arts school for hot lesbians (okay, not literally on that either but hey, [...]

    5. Jennifer says:

      SlashReaders: Its been a good long while, since I read this title. However, I must say that looking back, this is the first lesbian title that I read. Back when I got my first job and could buy my own books instead of getting them from the library. *chuckles* I don't want to think about how much I spent on books those first few paychecks. One of the things that I liked about 'Love's Tender Warriors', is that the characters were very clearly defined, different and interesting. None of them felt l [...]

    6. Monisha says:

      I felt really detached from the characters in this one. I think it was because Radclyffe tried to stretch the actual storyline over the course of months or something (I don't know, I can't remember the length of time it took). There's a lot of jumping days/weeks/months, so everything is disjointed. Which makes their "tru wuv" feel forced. And I just couldn't get behind it. Or the characters. Or the story. The beginning is also super slow. Like, I get that you know about martial arts and you know [...]

    7. Leslie says:

      The story has so much potential, but it reads like a first try at writing. Things were rushed with too much telling that really kept the reader at a distance. The characters had potential. This was nowhere near the quality I'm used to from Radclyffe. I was extremely disappointed because the blurb promised much more. Plus I love martial arts and was hoping for a brilliant story with it as a focal point of the characters.

    8. P. CLIFFORD says:

      Another great one!Have been reading all of radclyffe's books. Love the series. Early novels better than later ones. Wonder when she decided that 264 ish pages was perfect length for her novels. Have really been enjoying her work though some are stronger than others. Would love to find other lesbian writers as capable and interesting. Not much new or good out there. Here's to Radclyffe for her strong women and engaging plots!

    9. Miriam Cortez says:

      Amazing book. I love how it was written. The way you could feel the emotion in it. It was a painful thing to read in the end. And it almost happen again but this time she was able to protect what she loved the most. And Drew finally learned to live with the past that had almost destroyed her. Sean was able to accept and love Drew she deserved. An Amazing book in all.

    10. Jane Shambler says:

      I love this author!Radclyffe has a way of transporting you into her novels with such ease that it happens almost naturally. She involves you and makes you think and feel. This book is about two people with bad pasts come together and share friendship, desire and love. Worth reading very enjoyable.

    11. Meryldagna says:

      I truly loved the story and the character Sean being a twin like me made it even better. The romance was hot. The depth of characters was there. Gotta love strong women. As my first lesbian book I thank Radclyffe immensely for providing that final piece that cinched my sexuality. I will forever be grateful.

    12. Simone says:

      The whole mood of the book was too flat for me. It seemed everybody was in agony most of the time. I found it pretty ridiculous that Drew didn't tell Sean about Dara until the end. I didn't think Drew or Sean were well developed; just superficial stereotypes. I was hoping for much more as I love this author.

    13. Pricelessfem says:

      This was really good and the romance was really sweet and steamy!

    14. Vera says:

      Enjoyable read. I enjoyed the setting around a martial arts school.

    15. Svetlana Wesley says:

      Story seemed sad to me from the beginning but as always Radclyffe filled it with gentle feeling of love. As much as I do not like hospital's subject, this one was good.

    16. Sally Trotter says:

      This is the second time I have read this book & I love it. A great story of romance & the journey of 2 women both struggling with their own fears. A great read

    17. Raven says:

      just couldn't get invested into the character or the overall story. made it to page 48, and decided this wasn't the book for me.

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