Love is Not Nothing by Lee Winter

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Author: Lee Winter


Requiem hadn’t meant to care. Hadn’t wanted to fall in love. She didn’t do love. But life without Alison had seemed so insubstantial. Bleak. Empty. So she went back for her.

It’s now been two years since Australia’s top cellist and secret underworld assassin Natalya “Requiem” Tsvetnenko stood in the rain, faced her biggest terror, and asked her “little mouse”, Alison Ryan, to move to Europe with her.

What has happened since? Does Requiem still burn to hunt? Has she been tamed by love? Was her prediction right that they could never work out; that they would implode before too long? How could two such different people ever last?

In a single, powerful day in Vienna, all their doubts are faced and the truth seeps into the light.

A short story sequel to lesbian crime noir Requiem for Immortals.

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Publication Date

September 2017


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10,000 words




978-3-95533-871-8 (mobi), 978-3-95533-872-5 (epub), 978-3-95533-873-2 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

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6 reviews for Love is Not Nothing by Lee Winter

  1. karola.meyer


    ***free ARC
    Ok, I knew it was a short story book, but really? Already finished? What can happen in one day to lead Requiems and Alisons future life and make them realize what they mean for each other, is the main thing in this book. To trust each other, believe in their love is what Requiem’s doing while fighting against another assassin. A really nice sequel to “Requiem for immortals“ and I wouldn’t have mind some more pages…!! 🙂

  2. pat iserman


    I miss the characters in this story so a short little update was fun and exciting.
    Maybe my favorite assasin will need to resurrect her persona again.?

  3. Kitty Kat


    I enjoyed finding out what happened next for Natalya and Alison. Natalya thought they were well hidden and no-one knew where they were. Now living in Vienna together things seem to be going great for them and she wants to make sure it stays that way. This was an interesting story that showed an intense emotional connection and a reminder to always be on guard. I look forward to more from this pair in the future.

    I was given this ARC by Ylva in return for an honest review.

  4. Jane Shambler


    I was a bit surprised how short this book was, but I am so glad to meet these characters again. It kind of gave Requiem For Immortals an ending. I would advise you read that book first.

    I really can not go to deeply into the story because I would end up giving too much away. That would only spoil it for you.

    But I will say that I really would not mind more books on Requiem. She is definitely an intriguing character. But saying that it was nice to get this short story to let us know she is doing fine. Enjoy!

    *ARC provided by publisher via Ylva Publishing*

  5. Betty Harmon


    This is a must read for anyone who has just finished Requiem For Immortals. It’s a short story in two parts that gives the reader more information about our favorite characters from “Requiem”. It shows us what happens to them several years in the future . I would encourage you to read “Requiem For Immortals” before you read this short story. It will give you the foundation to understand and enjoy this story even more.

    I received this book as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  6. cheekybugger13


    This novella is actually a mini-sequel to the brilliantly original and unforgettable “Requiem For Immortals,” one of me all-time favourite books. So “Love Is Not Nothing” is a necessary companion to “Requiem,” a must-read. The title is very appropriate and meaningful when it comes to Natalya/Requiem’s character development, which you will know if you read “Requiem” first.

    I absolutely LOVED this sequel! I was yearning for a peek at how Natalya and Alison’s relationship progressed especially after finishing “Requiem” in a blink of an eye (yes, it was THAT thrilling!) and waited with bated breath for the possibility of a sequel and….voila! Me wish was granted!! *Cheers, Lee!! *

    So, READ THIS!!!! You won’t regret it!

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