What do a stolen food-delivery robot, a woman from the past, and a bizarre scheme to microchip military veterans have in common?The infamous Caustic Queen, Washington DC bureau chief Catherine Ayers, would love to find out but she has a lot on her plate right now. She and her fiance, reporter and Iowa girl Lauren King, are busy wedding planning in Laurens home town.That means facing a lot of beefy mechanic brothers, a haughty cat, and a sharp-tongued Meemaw. Catherines sure she can play nice with everyone. Well, pretty sure. How hard can it be, anyway?A twisty lesbian romance sequel to The Red Files about the family we cant choose, and the one that chooses us.111,000 wordsThemes: Iowa Meemaw twisty lesbian romance...
|Title||:||Under Your Skin (On The Record #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||332 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Under Your Skin (On The Record #2) Reviews
«Under Your Skin» is the sequel to Winter’s exciting novel «The Red Files», and in my opinion, it’s equally good or even better. But to understand this one better, you have to read The Red Files first, it is important to know the story of Lauren and Catherine.
Lauren and Catherine are planning their wedding, and for that they are traveling to Lauren’s Iowan hometown, to meet the whole King family. But they are distracted by a really big news story, which they can’t ignore. So between looking for ...more
So this is book 2... so read The Red Files first. I reread The Red Files before starting this one. I was happy I did, because while I remembered a lot from the first read, it wasn't fresh. I LOVED the The Red Files. One of my favorite books ever. Under Your Skin is 5 stars and also a favorite but I didn't enjoy it as much as book 1. I think I didn't enjoy this one as much because Catherine was softer.. I missed the great dialogue sequences between Catherine and Lauren that made the first book aw ...more
After finishing a Lee Winter book I almost always feel both a wee bit smarter and a wee bit like I missed some IQ points when they were handed out. I love that Winter’s books force me to think about things that are hard to think about even though what I’m reading is, in essence, a romance with some mystery thrown in. The mysteries are always so complex, however, that I wonder how in the world someone’s brain manufactures these things…so, I don’t really feel dumb-dumb, but creatively stunted. I s ...more
Finally, we get to take another ride, thanks to Lee Winter, with our beloved ice-queen-turned-romantic Catherine and the love of her life, Lauren, in this sequel to “The Red Files,” as they turned the page from their current relationship status to…Do I hear church bells?! Yup, the big M plunge! More interestingly, their I-Do’s would take place in Lauren’s hometown in Iowa..(gulp!) And yes, you’ve guessed it. Chaos, troubles, drama ensued….what with Catherine meeting Lauren’s huge so-called “hick ...more
4.5 Stars. An excellent sequel to The Red Files! I’m a Winter fan and really enjoyed her book The Red Files. When I heard there was going to book two, I was really excited. I’m very happy to say I really enjoyed this. I do want to mention that I highly recommend reading The Red Files first. It is really important to know the history of the two mains and how they got together. Also, there were storylines that started in The Red Files that were wrapped up in this book. I just don’t think you would ...more
Hands down, this is one of my very favourite books this year. I love it just as much as I loved The Red Files, and I’m thrilled that it’s an even better book. If you haven’t read anything by Lee Winter before, this would be an okay place to start, but you really have to read The Red Files and then Under Your Skin because they are on my friendship litmus test list now. I will be rereading these over and over and I cannot recommend them highly enough.
Full review: https://www.thelesbianreview.com/u ...more
I received an ARC of this book from Ylva Publishing in exchange for an honest review.
First thing first: yes this is a sequel and yes you need to read the prior book before reading this book here. It feeds off of the prior book and follows the same couple from that prior book. I should mention titles, no? I’m referring to The Red Files
Second thing second: Lee Winter has some massively high overall average rating on Goodreads, *looks*, an impressive 4.42 rating. Most of my friends and those I foll ...more
I'm not really a fan of stories with established couples but this book was definitely an exception. The story and the mystery was as engaging as in the first book and I loved that we found out more about Catherine's fall from grace. And their relationship was as enjoyable as in the red files, I was really happy to see that even if Catherine mellowed down a little she was still the caustic queen I loved.