– by Gerri Hill
“Dawn of Change” was another Gerri Hill book that I had held off from reading even though I had it for a while because of the subject matter. Until now. Seemed like the timing was right this time around for me to explore this story as well (like “At Seventeen” which I had the same sentiment about reading it until recently), now that my perspective about certain issues has evolved. And as I expected, Hill did it again! Honestly, no matter what circumstances she creates for her characters in every story plot she weaves, it’s the gift of words she possesses – deeply intuitive, perceptive expressions – crafted in the language of emotions and sentiments that penetrate the reader’s psyche and soul, effectively bringing the stories and their respective characters to life. Genuine, authentic and real. That’s what I’ve experienced from reading Hill’s books irrespective of certain subject matters in the romance department (as affirmed by my recent mood to tackle the handful of romance books of hers left unread until now due to certain used-to-be-contentious topics that I didn’t want to delve into previously). Well done, Ms. Hill!
“Dawn of Change” is a perfect example of a love story between two women – one a lesbian and the other one presumably straight, with no history of any sexual attraction toward women at all, not until The One appeared…at the most unexpected moment. Continue reading “Dawn Of Change”