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Two college roommates are about to discover how awkward and sexy coming out can be. Colorado, 1992. Tegan entered her freshman year of college with an open mind. But when an innocent roommate back rub turns into her first girl-on-girl make-out session, she isn’t sure if she’s ready for the world to know she’s attracted to women. After a chance encounter with a hunky male Two college roommates are about to discover how awkward and sexy coming out can be. Colorado, 1992. Tegan entered her freshman year of college with an open mind. But when an innocent roommate back rub turns into her first girl-on-girl make-out session, she isn’t sure if she’s ready for the world to know she’s attracted to women. After a chance encounter with a hunky male classmate, Tegan’s brain swims with the bisexual possibilities. Gemma knows who she is, but she doesn’t expect Tegan to shout from the rooftops about their new relationship status. With the prying eyes of friends and jealous rivals, however, secrets may not stay hidden for long. Girl Love Happens: Season One is a boxed set of the first six episodes of a lesbian romance series infused with 1990s’ nostalgia. And, the boxed set contains bonus scenes you won’t find in the individual episodes. If you like tumultuous love stories, simmering chemistry, and colorful casts of characters, then you’ll love T.B. Markinson’s smart, sexy series. Buy Girl Love Happens to start the captivating romance series today!


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Two college roommates are about to discover how awkward and sexy coming out can be. Colorado, 1992. Tegan entered her freshman year of college with an open mind. But when an innocent roommate back rub turns into her first girl-on-girl make-out session, she isn’t sure if she’s ready for the world to know she’s attracted to women. After a chance encounter with a hunky male Two college roommates are about to discover how awkward and sexy coming out can be. Colorado, 1992. Tegan entered her freshman year of college with an open mind. But when an innocent roommate back rub turns into her first girl-on-girl make-out session, she isn’t sure if she’s ready for the world to know she’s attracted to women. After a chance encounter with a hunky male classmate, Tegan’s brain swims with the bisexual possibilities. Gemma knows who she is, but she doesn’t expect Tegan to shout from the rooftops about their new relationship status. With the prying eyes of friends and jealous rivals, however, secrets may not stay hidden for long. Girl Love Happens: Season One is a boxed set of the first six episodes of a lesbian romance series infused with 1990s’ nostalgia. And, the boxed set contains bonus scenes you won’t find in the individual episodes. If you like tumultuous love stories, simmering chemistry, and colorful casts of characters, then you’ll love T.B. Markinson’s smart, sexy series. Buy Girl Love Happens to start the captivating romance series today!

30 review for Girl Love Happens - G&T Lesbian Romance Season One

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ted

    Liked it overall despite the high anxiety MC (Tegan or the T of the G&T). If drama is your scene then dig in. I read the original shorts a few years ago but it's cool to have them all in one go. It flows pretty well. Pretty sure she added stuff to the original books as well for this boxed set. Liked it overall despite the high anxiety MC (Tegan or the T of the G&T). If drama is your scene then dig in. I read the original shorts a few years ago but it's cool to have them all in one go. It flows pretty well. Pretty sure she added stuff to the original books as well for this boxed set.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sophie❤️

    Even though I have read this many times I find I still enjoy reading about the beginning of Gemma and Tegan's relationship as they navigate their first year at college and discovering their sexual identities. This is an amusing tale set in the 90s before mobile phones and when life was much simpler but just as confusing. This boxed set has some new content which makes it even better. There is a lot packed into these short stories so I'm sure everyone can relate to someone or some of the things th Even though I have read this many times I find I still enjoy reading about the beginning of Gemma and Tegan's relationship as they navigate their first year at college and discovering their sexual identities. This is an amusing tale set in the 90s before mobile phones and when life was much simpler but just as confusing. This boxed set has some new content which makes it even better. There is a lot packed into these short stories so I'm sure everyone can relate to someone or some of the things these two go through when finding love for the first time. A wonderful read. Bonus, season two is out soon. So enjoy!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    This show—sorry I meant book—lives somewhere in the vast exotic jungle between Romance and Erotica. You never know when you'll stumble into a "love scene". There's romance, slight comedy, introspection, passion, and self-questioning at every turn. The book is presented in division of "seasons" with "episodes". (Apparently they were first published separately? I'm not sure. Whatever.) Five stars because I cried at least twice. One could imagine this novel entirely re-worked into a set of screen pla This show—sorry I meant book—lives somewhere in the vast exotic jungle between Romance and Erotica. You never know when you'll stumble into a "love scene". There's romance, slight comedy, introspection, passion, and self-questioning at every turn. The book is presented in division of "seasons" with "episodes". (Apparently they were first published separately? I'm not sure. Whatever.) Five stars because I cried at least twice. One could imagine this novel entirely re-worked into a set of screen plays for a one-hour video format TV show, including twenty minutes of commercial interruptions of course, and two scoops of product placement internally. The narrator especially likes to mention clothing and food brands, and to drop in the occasionally celebrity name—most of which zipped by over my head. OK, I understood a reference to MASH, which kind of date-stamps me. For good measure, this volume even ends with a light "season cliff-hanger" so when I finished it I immediately cracked open the next season to peek at the outcome. The T and G of the sub-title are Tegan, who narrates, and her girlfriend Gemma. Criminy, they can't be more than nineteen, if that. Gemma has known she's lesbian for yonks and had a girlfriend once before (who left her for a guy, yuck), but Tegan has just discovered that she's not as hetero as she's been telling herself all these years. That doesn't mean she's 100% lesbian, either, so there's some angst over self-labelling throughout. As this book opens, the two women are dorm-mates, sharing one room, in their first year of college, just falling in love, so you know how that is. Tegan is a blue-eyed blonde nursing student who is vocally proud of her double-Ds (and slips in mention of the girls once in a while so we don't forget). Gemma is a slim emerald-eyed redhead, whom I imagined as sort of a real-life Merida, but her part in the TV show could probably be played by Lou Broadbent with green contact lenses. (Look her up, yes.) The volume runs through the year up to the beginning of summer. Overall, this is sort of an X-Rated college-gal sitrom—that's like a sitcom only romantic. If you're asexual, homo-phobic, or lez-offended, I can probably list sixty-nine reasons for you to avoid this book, but otherwise it's good clean fun and has a definite good vibe and nice messages, including plugs for various products we all know and love. With all the brand-name and pop-culture references, I'm sure Andy Warhol would have given his imprimatur as well. (Oh, wait, uh huh, I just got a message from beyond, and yes, Andy says two thumbs up.) The writing is good and very clear; and this indie-published book gets a Golden Rodent award for editorial excellence: I didn't spot any typos. I obtained this for free during a 'Zon promo, but happily would have paid, in retrospect. So that means the author now has a standing invitation for a fabulous fancy coffee drink at [product place holder] next time she's in California.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    T. B. Markinson does it again with her Girl Love Happens Season One offering. College roommates Gemma and Tegan discover that they are more than just roommates in this romantic and steamy novel. I have enjoyed reading other books by T. B. Markinson and this one is definitely a bit more erotic than her previous offerings but her writing style continues to be engaging . Even if lesbian romance is not your first choice of genre this one is well written and has a nice story line that kept me wanting T. B. Markinson does it again with her Girl Love Happens Season One offering. College roommates Gemma and Tegan discover that they are more than just roommates in this romantic and steamy novel. I have enjoyed reading other books by T. B. Markinson and this one is definitely a bit more erotic than her previous offerings but her writing style continues to be engaging . Even if lesbian romance is not your first choice of genre this one is well written and has a nice story line that kept me wanting to continue to turn the digital page. I like the way this "series" is presented and being able to read the entire season at once instead of in episode by episode worked for me but I also think the episode by episode release is pretty genius. Thanks for the sample copy, T.B.!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kitty McIntosh

    I really enjoyed the story of Tegan and Gemma, college roommates in the early 1990s, whose friendship becomes so much more in a very sexy and touching way. TB Markinson has managed to convey just how different things were for young lesbians then. Tegan worried about what people would think and especially her mother who was not the most enlightened of parents. Gemma was sweet and loving and I felt for her as she waited patiently for Tegan to decide what she really wanted. ‘Girl Love Happens’ is a I really enjoyed the story of Tegan and Gemma, college roommates in the early 1990s, whose friendship becomes so much more in a very sexy and touching way. TB Markinson has managed to convey just how different things were for young lesbians then. Tegan worried about what people would think and especially her mother who was not the most enlightened of parents. Gemma was sweet and loving and I felt for her as she waited patiently for Tegan to decide what she really wanted. ‘Girl Love Happens’ is about intense love, sexual awakening and finding a way forward in a world that doesn’t seem quite ready. I was given this ARC in return for an honest review

  6. 5 out of 5

    S

    I have recently started reading books by T.B. Markinson and Girl Love Happens Season One is the latest book. We follow Gemma and Tegan through their first year in college as they go through their first time away from home, the freedoms and experiences that entails, finding true love, and coming out to your parents. I laughed and cried while reading this book. Their story had me caring about the characters and craving to find out more about them, their lives, and their romantic endeavors. I start I have recently started reading books by T.B. Markinson and Girl Love Happens Season One is the latest book. We follow Gemma and Tegan through their first year in college as they go through their first time away from home, the freedoms and experiences that entails, finding true love, and coming out to your parents. I laughed and cried while reading this book. Their story had me caring about the characters and craving to find out more about them, their lives, and their romantic endeavors. I started reading this book in the evening and finished it well into the wee hours of the next morning, I could not put the book down. I eagerly await the second season of this series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Excellent! The characters grabbed my attention right from the start and dragged me happily through a year of college in a small town in Colorado. I loved the story of Tegan budding attraction to her roommate, Gemma. The colorful cast of characters and plenty of chemistry make this an excellent selection for your must read list!

  8. 5 out of 5

    M Alexander

    Wonderful, sexy, funny... This is a wonderful book / series. I previously read each episode separately quite some time back and the series has always been a favourite. This story is quirky, funny, very sexy and has surprising depth. I am so pleased that we are now getting a chance to read more of G & T's story soon. T.B. Markinson is a great writer. Highly recommended! Wonderful, sexy, funny... This is a wonderful book / series. I previously read each episode separately quite some time back and the series has always been a favourite. This story is quirky, funny, very sexy and has surprising depth. I am so pleased that we are now getting a chance to read more of G & T's story soon. T.B. Markinson is a great writer. Highly recommended!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Entertaining —“This was the most natural thing in the world. It was love. Did it matter that it was girl love?” A good, entertaining story with interesting characters. It was a very enjoyable & easy to read. Anticipating the next part of this series. I recommend this book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Tanner

    I got to the end of the book and was disappointed...that it ended! I need to buy the next one. Soon. Good series. Funny characters. I certainly appreciated the way the author handled Teeg's sexuality. I got to the end of the book and was disappointed...that it ended! I need to buy the next one. Soon. Good series. Funny characters. I certainly appreciated the way the author handled Teeg's sexuality.

  11. 4 out of 5

    sarah king

    Exciting and fun This was a fun read with several sizzling scenes and laugh out loud moments. It reminded me of my senior year in high school. Lots of fun, sex and nothing to serious. I'm hoping that the next installment fleshed out some of the characters a bit more. Exciting and fun This was a fun read with several sizzling scenes and laugh out loud moments. It reminded me of my senior year in high school. Lots of fun, sex and nothing to serious. I'm hoping that the next installment fleshed out some of the characters a bit more.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marty Preslar

    Nostalgic As a late 80's college graduate, it is very nostalgic to read a story where the characters are not always a text message away from each other. The characters in this story are well developed, including a few of the supporting characters. I look forward to reading more. Nostalgic As a late 80's college graduate, it is very nostalgic to read a story where the characters are not always a text message away from each other. The characters in this story are well developed, including a few of the supporting characters. I look forward to reading more.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    As pleased as I am to see LGBTQ+ friendly writing, there's simply not enough story to keep me interested. Maybe better for teen and young adult readers. I stopped partway through due to drama on top of drama and no actual plot. As pleased as I am to see LGBTQ+ friendly writing, there's simply not enough story to keep me interested. Maybe better for teen and young adult readers. I stopped partway through due to drama on top of drama and no actual plot.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Janice

    I really enjoyed reading this book. The writing is so well done, the characters are so true to life.

  15. 5 out of 5

    K

    This is a really exciting series. The writer is Brilliant and you will find yourself wanting more.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Pina

    A light romance series crammed with 90s pop culture references. A nice, easy read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dee

    3.5 cutsie stars. I generally don't read a lot of YA books and this reminded me why. It was fun but I needed more, more...I'm not sure. 3.5 cutsie stars. I generally don't read a lot of YA books and this reminded me why. It was fun but I needed more, more...I'm not sure.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    I was expecting more story than I got. I like the 2 main characters, but was tired of just reading them having sex. Not sure if I will read the next in the series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mel Pearce

  20. 5 out of 5

    N

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dana Lukens

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jill

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Cardott

  24. 5 out of 5

    kevin

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lynette

  26. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa Mace

  27. 4 out of 5

    vickie

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ashlea Rose

  30. 4 out of 5

    JulesGP

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