Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Review: Bingo Love by Tee Franklin, Jenn St-onge, San and Rae

  

Hazel and Mari are two women of color who meet in 1963 at a Bingo Game with their respective Grandmothers. Their immediate attraction to each other is nothing that can flourish because of the times and their cultures. 

The two women are seperated and move on to traditional roles as wives and mothers. When Fate brings them back together again 50 years later, and old feelings quickly resurface, they find the strength to fight for their love.

Bingo Love is a beautiful love story that uplifts and hopefully educates. The book does not shy from showing the characters love for each other this is Mari and Hazels story in all its ups and downs. So readers experience everything from the first flush of attraction and want, to both women finding empowerment enough to live their lives together. This book is touching and bittersweet, brave and timely. 



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