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    Can a virgin such as Ashley cope with the feelings that are building inside her for the famous surfer? Can a Midwestern girl with all the morals and hang-ups ingrained in her overcome them to actually enter into a Sapphic romance with this woman? 

    Ashley is a Midwestern girl who is enjoying “the life” in Southern California. She is living her dream. She learns to surf, a lifelong dream that wasn’t possible in Illinois. Now she meets professional surfer Willow Samuels, who becomes a good friend to her. How good a friend isn’t really apparent until she realizes there is a mutual attraction.   

    Ashley is conflicted when she realizes she is having feelings for her famous friend Willow. When Willow makes a pass at her, she realizes her friend is gay and attracted to her. How can she overcome a lifetime of ethics and values that just might destroy the happiness Willow offers her?

    ©2011 K'Anne Meinel (P)2018 K'Anne Meinel

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    Written like debut fanfiction

    I'm shocked this got an audio book.
    There is no sense of time passing, no tension, the perspective is so off that I'm not sure the author was going for 3rd person omniscient and failed, or just didn't know that headhopping is jarring, the prose is terrible, the first half an hour (which is as much of this as I could listen to) is more about complaining about elitism in the surfing scene than telling a story and the protagonist is so wish fulfilly that it would have shattered suspension of disbelief even if it was otherwise competently written.

    As the one and only good thing to say about this I'd like to note that the voice of the narrator is quite pleasant.