Sunday, May 27, 2012
Review: Butch Fatale, Dyke Dick - Double D Double Cross
Butch Fatale, Dyke Dick - Double D Double Cross by Christa Faust
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Book Info: Genre: Reading Level: , book available 4/13/12
Disclosure: I received in exchange for an honest review.
Synopsis: Butch Fatale is a fast-talking, skirt-chasing, two-fisted lesbian private investigator with an insatiable appetite for two things — women and trouble.
It started off easy. A little lost femme, a heartbroken butch and fat roll of bills. But when the beautiful corpses start stacking up, Butch realizes she’s got enemies in high places and the Armenian mob measuring her for a plot in the Glendale Cemetery.
My Thoughts: I finished the Micky Knight mysteries in enough time to leave me time to read one more book this weekend, so I thought what the heck, make it a dyke dick theme weekend!
So, umm, wow – if you are in the least bothered by lesbianism, you might want to skip this one, because there are some rather *ahem* explicit scenes in it. If that doesn’t bother you, then go for it! The plot is fast-paced and the twists and turns just keep on coming, the plot as curvy as the women that Butch seduces in the course of the book. Faust does a great job of creating memorable characters, taking the time to give them each a personality and individual voice, while layering on the plot elements fast and furious. I really enjoyed reading this book and if it sounds like your sort of book, definitely check it out. Apparently there is a sequel in the works, and I’ll be looking forward to picking it up once it comes out.
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