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Two Weeks At Gay Banana Hot Springs

3.88  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
When Margaret Butler (aka "Ret" Butler) receives the rundown Gay Banana Hot Springs Resort & Spa from her rich, redneck father, she feels like she's been given a second chance at life. Her self-induced delusional euphoria is soon shattered by...uh, Daddy, who seems suddenly and mysteriously intent on running her out of business. Because he can? Or, does he have a deep, ...more
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Published July 28th 2011 by Bon View Publishing (first published July 27th 2011)
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Paul Jr.
I must admit, I am woefully under-read when it comes to lesbian fiction; so this review will not so much be based on specifics of the genre, but upon readability and the enjoyment the story brings. And on that front, author Thomas excels, delivering a thoroughly entertaining read for the beach or the living room.

Margaret "Ret" Butler is running the once glorious Gay Banana, a resort just outside of Palm Springs that her father and mother had once made into the social hot-spot. There were glamoro
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As Gil Grissom puts it in my favourite episode of CSI, “Murder is easy. Comedy is hard.” I’m always in awe of anyone who can write comedy, and who can maintain consistency in their work. T. T. Thomas’ debut novella is written with confidence, in a funny, sarcastic voice that carries through with such witty aphorisms as “It’s a numbers game, Ret. If you call enough fools, someone’s gonna agree to pay the phone bill.” I found myself smiling often, chuckling on occasion, and even laughing out loud ...more
Jan 09, 2016 Carol rated it it was amazing
This was my favorite lesbian novel I read to date. Beautiful writing and funny to boot. I've read A Delicate Refusal by the same author and loved it too and now I'm ready to devour everything Ms. Thomas has written as she is the real deal and true QUALITY in lesbian romance.
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