Mini-Review: Does She Love You? by Rachel Spangler

Three women on a collision course with pain and betrayal – will they find their way back to themselves?

Photo credit: Book cover is from Goodreads.


Annabelle Taylor has been in her ideal relationship with an adoring partner for thirteen years. Davis Chandler is jaded from years of bad luck with women, but she thinks she’s finally started dating the girl of her dreams. The only problem is they’re both in love with the same woman. Nic McCoy is living a double life that is about to come crashing down on all of them.

All three women are left trying to rebuild their lives in the wake of shocking realizations that leave them second-guessing everything about themselves and each other. As they struggle toward recovery, they each face life-altering questions about trust, redemption, and the possibility of finding love in the wake of betrayal.

My thoughts

Any story that deals with adultery is bound to be a trigger for those who have gone through this, but please give Does She Love You? a chance. Rachel Spangler deftly handles the emotions of all participants and does not cheat the reader or the characters with cookie cutter answers or emotions. This is a well developed character piece which takes place over time – and is not time the answer to most things?

This book is a touchy subject matter for some with emotional sex scenes.

I got this book from my library. I love my local library and you should check out yours too. Request LGBTQ+ books and they will stock them! #ebooksforall

Rating: 4 out of 5.


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Further Details:
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books, 9781602828865, 2013
Pages: 264
Narrator: Melissa Sternenberg
Settings: Georgia, US

Editor’s Note: previously published on PRW on 10 December 2018. Edited with updated content & PR standard formatting on 25 March 2020.


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