Sea Legs

Sea Legs Kendall Ridenour couldn t be happier She s leaving the bitter Rochester winter behind and going with new friends on a fabulous vacation Even better her cabin mate is Natalie Chatham the lovely lady

  • Title: Sea Legs
  • Author: K.G. MacGregor
  • ISBN: 9781594931581
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kendall Ridenour couldn t be happier She s leaving the bitter Rochester winter behind and going with new friends on a fabulous vacation Even better, her cabin mate is Natalie Chatham, the lovely lady of Kendall s recent daydreams.

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    About “K.G. MacGregor

    • K.G. MacGregor

      A former teacher and market research consultant, KG MacGregor holds a PhD in journalism and mass communication Infatuation with Xena Warrior Princess fanfiction prompted her to try her own hand at storytelling in 2002 In 2005, she signed with Bella Books, which published the Goldie Award finalist Just This Once Her sixth Bella novel, Out of Love, won the 2007 Lambda Literary Award for Women s Romance, and the 2008 Goldie Award in Lesbian Romance In 2009, she picked up Goldies for Without Warning Contemporary Romance and Secrets So Deep Romantic Suspense.Other honors include the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Royal Academy of Bards, the Alice B Readers Appreciation Medal, and several Readers Choice Awards An avid supporter of queer literature, KG currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Lambda Literary Foundation KG MacGregor divides her time between her homes in Miami and Blowing Rock, North Carolina When she isn t writing, she s either on a hiking trail, a golf course, or if she s really lucky, a cruise ship.



    206 thoughts on “Sea Legs

    • I could not really carry a torch for any of the characters and the whole butch-femme thing was getting stale at some point. Sea Legs did not rock my boat.


    • I like K. G. MacGregor's writing style. I always have, even when the book as a whole didn't live up to my hopeful expectations. I enjoyed the way she took on the butch/femme theme in Sea Legs.


    • I must seem like a glutton for punishment. Complaining about lesfic and then diving right back in. But I still have a couple of books lying around and a couple more ordered and I will read them.And you know what? I *liked* this one. It's different enough from the usual formula to not be boring, has interesting characters and interesting issues it deals with and actually *deals* with them. It is also well written, that usually helps ;)I have to admit I was torn beforehand about the issue, identit [...]


    • This book severely annoyed me. All the characters were horrible, judgmental and just generally characters you would expect to be antagonists. Even Kelly who was so pleasant, kind and un-judgmental was a little annoying in her passiveness. I mean she came off as someone with low self esteem. First of all she should have told Natalie and all her friends to go f&@# themselves instead of constantly ingratiating herself with them.I can understand that everyone has their preferences as to what the [...]


    • “Kelly groaned, ‘Dyke drama. Let’s hope everyone behaves for the next twelve days.’” With a marshmallow like that, what are the odds? You know those books your teenage sister/daughter/niece reads - all talk, no action? Well that this except it’s all girls, all talk, no action. See, girl 1 lost girl 2 but books onto the same Barbados cruise with her bringing girl 3 along specifically to make 2 jealous. Of course, that the ruse backfires and 1 and 3 fall in love. There’s chick number [...]


    • I can't tell you how many times I've read this book. It's one of my "go-to" novels when I want something familiar, light, and entertaining.The plot is good. Nothing extravagant, but a solid romance set on a Caribbean cruise. There is some relationship drama but not enough to spoil the lighthearted mood of the book. The characters are well-developed. I relate a lot of Kelly and the struggles/prejudice she faces.I know that this book will continue to be one I keep coming back to. Every time I read [...]


    • It took me awhile to warm to the character of Natalie, I thought she was a judgemental bitch. I didn't like how she seemed to pigeon-hole Katie without evening knowing her. Katie, however, I really liked. I would have liked to have gotten to know Pamela a bit more because I like there was no insight into her relationship with Didi. I did enjoy the book, but I don't think I'll be in a massive hurry to re-read it lke I was with some of her other books.


    • Sea Legs by KG MacGregor is a butch/femme vacation romance that takes us cruising on the Caribbean. It’s full of friends, exes, and unlikely attraction, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Full review: thelesbianreview/sea-l



    • Not bad, easy read. Would be happy to spend more time with the characters, although Didi's attitude change at the end didn't ring true.


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