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Old safe filled with letters written in French and code Enlisting the aid of a local French teacher. I loved this book I listened to the audio version Owen has a deft touch with dialogue and banter that made this story so delightful that I listened to it again within two weeks E V Grove was excellent as the narrator; her accent added to the story instead of detracting or distracting and I can't even imagine this story without her voice in my head now The mystery that brings our two Louisiana belles together is interesting and keeps you wanting to know what happened to Jules' aunt And at every turn these two engaging characters keep you wondering what will happen between them next An excellent book and one that will have me looking for this author and this narrator in the future

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Safe PassageThe beautiful Gen Jules slowly begins to learn the truth of her great grandfather's death 28000 word. A sweet story with a mystery to solve two hilarious hot for teacher minor characters and some very nice sexview spoilerI am left with uestions about Evie and Julianna though If I had gone through what they did if I had killed a man who tried to separate me from my beloved I would do everything in my power to make sure we stayed alive and together Personally I would've had us split up and try to find each other when the coast was clear rather than just sending one away and leaving the other to take the fall And if Julianna had stayed couldn't she have testified on Evie's behalf It probably wouldn't have done any good but at least Julianna wouldn't have just left This isn't a complaint by the way; the fact that Owen's left me with something juicy to think about makes this story all the bittersweeter hide spoiler

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Safe Passage Free download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ While doing renovation on the old New Orleans home inherited from her great aunt Jules discovers an old safe filled with letters written in French—and code Enlisting the aid of a local French teacher the beautiful Gen Jules slowly beWhile doing renovation on the old New Orleans home inherited from her great aunt Jules discovers an. Safe Passage is a delightful lesbian romance novella set in contemporary New Orleans and follows Jules former rowing Olympiad who is currently teaching high school math This school setting is a perfect set up since she discovers an old safe in the house she inherited from her aunt and inside there some old letters in French From that surprise mystery it gives her a splendid opportunity to talk with Gen the hot toddy of a French teacher at her school and Gen is just as interested in finding out the meaning of these hidden letters and the long ago secrets they reveal as well as have the chance to spend some uality time with JulesKate Owen’s first work published in 2014 was one of my picks for the Boys in our Books New Author week and I was happy to find it such a fun read I haven’t read much ff romance yet and I found this definitely a great choice to launch off from Jules is a funny and charming MC and she might have that hot athletic body that comes from all that rowing but she’s also humbly sweet and admittedly has “little game” so it’s not surprising that Gen pretty much has to intentionally spell out her interest I loved their flirty dialogue as they learned about each other and overall I found the dialogue and writing nicely naturalistic and real I won’t lie I felt a little swoony every time Jules called Gen the Cajun endearment of “cher” Maybe it’s all that Gambit I loved from the 90’s X MenI’m not normally a straight up contemporary romance fan but this was a sweet read and I found the mystery of the letters added a nice impetus for these two stars to start orbiting around each other and things like miscommunication conflicts didn’t have room to surface to make things unnecessarily complicated Both Jules and Gen were refreshingly adult even as they texted and emailed each other little notes or as Jules worried about revealing some of her hidden selfIf I had a down point it would be that the mystery itself is pretty light I think part of that is due to the length of the work since it’s around 28000 words so not a huge amount of space to balance complex mystery with strong character development but did I enjoy that the relationship was given time to grow and feel real and not rushedOverall this is definitely the type of contemporary romance that I like—sweet a little sexy refreshingly adult in how people treat each other great dialogue zesty chemistry and a fun light story that’s very readableIf you’re looking for a lesbian romance to try I would definitely recommend this one I would look forward to either further adventures of Jules and Gen or whatever Owen decides to work on next