Taxi - Tuxedo (Book 6)

  • Series: Taxi, Book 6
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When Carmen unexpectedly receives tickets for the opera, she tries to persuade Ulrike to accompany her.
Ulrike doesn't fancy operas. When her excuse doesn't seem to work she finally agrees to go, but only under one condition, which she believes Carmen will never agree to - that she may wear a tuxedo.

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  • Series: Taxi, Book 6
Words: 11,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311543974
About Sophia DeLuna

I live on the outskirts of Nuremberg, and I love walking with my dog in the forest, which starts just across the road.
My greatest passions are the English language, writing, reading, and my aquariums.
I also love photographing, digital painting and creating digital art, crocheting, singing, travelling, learning languages, watching documentaries, etc.
In short, I love being creative and I'm interested in a vast variety of subjects.

Some of my photos and digital paintings can be viewed here:
http://www.redbubble.com/people/sophiadeluna

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Reviews

Review by: Dar Mil on Feb. 25, 2015 :
I love visiting with my friends, Carmen and Ulrike. In this episode, Carmen has tickets to the opera and as the title suggests a tuxedo is involved. Some of us just can't do dresses!

Do you want to know why I love these little book events? The writing is so flawless. The dialogue and situations are quite realistic. The troubles this couple encounter are also lifelike. And the way the author handles these situations are sometimes mature and responsible, sometimes not so much, but, real. What couple handle things beautifully every time? Most of us just muddle through our problems. We learn to talk it out, but some of us are better at that communication thing than others.

Most often I relate to Carmen in her ways of dealing with things. But in this chapter I related more to Ulrike. For me that is a grand feeling as I wish I was more like Ulrike and the ways she deals with the world.

Anyway, I highly recommend this series to those who want to read of lesbian relationships. The erotica is minimal, so if that offends, don't worry. Some of us would like more, but that kind of book is a dime a dozen. These gems are about how this couple navigate being in a relationship. I was fortunate to have received the last few from the author but, when I get a few dollars ahead, I will buy them for others. After all, you can tell the work Sophia DeLuna puts into each and every story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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