Until Love: A Modern Romance Stuart Land FF Romance Independently Published December 18, 2019 260
Senator Dorothy, a presidential candidate, has a physical pile-up with a rollerskating reporter. This buds a romance that neither foresaw. The candidate’s monk-like existence is now emotionally challenged. The reporter, Deirdre, is stymied by her reporter duties as she insinuates herself into the campaign. Hilarious drama, from their fear of society and the ongoing presidential race, shower both women with complications that run amok. Each tries to keep their feelings at bay as they pursue their individual goals.
Wrong assumptions and miscommunications turn Deirdre’s reporting into a foreboding, dark media event. The shrew of the First Lady has nefarious intentions to alter Dorothy’s campaign.
A slow-cure of steamy and juicy love intermingle with politics. An assortment of peculiar characters, gay and straight, help to figure out how this potentially disastrous romance may be presented to the politically divided voters. Through the political and emotional extremes, the candidate and the reporter must realize the solution to this potentially disastrous romance on their own. They have to find enlightenment for themselves, the country, and the rest of the world.
UNTIL LOVE is a lesbian romance novel with a flair for drama and comedy. If you like heart-wrenching romance, witty and hilarious dialogue, and outrageous characters, then you’ll love Stuart Land’s funny and dramatic ride of romance through American politics.
Reviewed by Melissa Brus Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
Mixing love and politics is usually a big no-go, but Stuart Land manages to make it not only work, but makes it sing! The two main characters are definitely the strong part of this book.
Dorothy is the epitome of the business first, play eventually, politician. So when she is literally run over by quirky, colorful Deidre, the fireworks are phenomenal. I really loved that these two women were both fully developed and their
interactions are nuanced and done with a deft hand. Neither of these characters comes across as stereotypical in any way and it is very easy to fall into their story. The only negative in any way is that the story pace is so quick. There were some plot points that felt brushed over, but this doesn’t detract much from the overall success of the story. This was a great break from life and I definitely recommend this for your romance library.