Change of Pace by Jae

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Book Three in the Portland Police Bureau Series

Author: Jae

Description

Sophie Matheson, Kade’s homophobic mother, is coming to Portland for a visit. Her timing couldn’t be worse. Not only is Kade newly in love with a woman, but she also promised to help her friends Aiden and Dawn move in together.

Instead of going to art museums and having lunch in an expensive restaurant, Sophie will now help U-Haul a lesbian couple. Kade tries to tell herself it’s going to be a nice change of pace, but she knows better.

Additional information

Publication Date

August 2015

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Edition

2nd edition

Length

12,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-95533-479-6 (mobi), 978-3-95533-480-2 (epub), 978-3-95533-481-9 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

1 review for Change of Pace by Jae

  1. Ameliah Faith
    Rated 5 out of 5

    :

    The wonderful women from Conflict of Interest and Next of Kin are back in this novella. Kade’s mother comes to town a week early much to Kade’s dismay. Sophie is less than pleased to hear her daughter will not cancel her plans in order to cater to her. Instead Del and Kade invite her to join them helping Dawn and Aiden move. During the day Sophie is standoffish and just this side of unpleasant. Grace, Dawn’s mother gives Sophie a wake up call on what it means to be a real mom, to love your child unconditionally no matter who they love. It doesn’t hurt that Kade’s niece comes out to Sophie that day too.

    I liked this book because it gave me a chance to check in on old friends. It was good to see them again. I really liked the whole Sophie drama. She is called on her behaviour. Shes not allowed to be her prejudiced, high horse self. She gets shocked and stunned by Kade and Laurie’s behaviour and attitude when they call her on her actions. They are done coddling her and putting her first especially when she refuses to take their thoughts and feelings into account. They all give Sophie lots to think about without being too harsh. It was really great to see her get the reality check she so desperately needs.

    I would love to see another book featuring these incredible women….

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