• Blind Faith: Coming Out Should Have Been Easy

  • Duckton-by-Dale Romance, Book 2
  • By: Emma Nichols
  • Narrated by: Claire Storey
  • Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When Faith Divine pulls up outside the Duckton-by-Dale café on a dazzling red Ducati motorbike, she takes Drew Pettigrew’s breath away. Faith is cool, sexy, and desirable, and there isn’t one villager who disagrees. Completely smitten, Drew has no choice but to come out. The fact that Drew is a lesbian doesn’t come as a surprise to those who know her. Except, that is, for her mother, Esther. 

As Esther plots for Drew to meet the right guy, the villagers have other ideas. Relentless in her pursuit of what she thinks is right for Drew, Esther’s actions threaten to break friendships that have spanned decades, devastate her relationship with Drew, and divide the village.

How difficult can it be to come out to your mother? Hilarious, lighthearted, fun, yet poignant, Blind Faith is the second in the series to the best-selling lesbian romance, Summer Fate

©2019 Emma Nichols (P)2022 Emma Nichols

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  • 03-06-22

God I love these books!

So good. Funny, sexy, charming, rediculous. And lots of excellent British swearing. I do hope this series continues. It's like The Archers on acid or Jam and Jerusalem meets Queer as Folk, with a little 'Jackie Weaver chairs a council meeting' thrown in the mix.

Oh and the spandex scene with the two older women is brilliant. Hilarious.