Imagining Reality
Lynn Galli
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Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM By Lynn Galli

Considered Charlottesville s most eligible lesbian, Jessie Ximena has recently grown tired of that status and has stopped dating entirely She d rather focus on the important things in life like her job, her family, and her friends There will always be plenty of time for relationships when she feels like jumping back into the fray If she finds someone to hold her interesConsidered Charlottesville s most eligible lesbian, Jessie Ximena has recently grown tired of that status and has stopped dating entirely She d rather focus on the important things in life like her job, her family, and her friends There will always be plenty of time for relationships when she feels like jumping back into the fray If she finds someone to hold her interest, that is Lauren Aleric has been searching for Ms Right since she began dating, but no one has yet filled the role Her friends think that she s too much of a romantic mush to settle She wishes she could be like her good friend Jessie, who seems perfectly happy dating casually But mostly, she wishes she could be like her best friend, Austy, who s just found her forever love Imagining Reality is the story of these two friends and how they discover that what they re both looking for isn t as far apart as they might think.
  • Title: Imagining Reality
  • Author: Lynn Galli
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  • Page: 187
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Diane Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Excellent read! dramatic storyline that had very intense emotions the appreciation of friendships and never lacks chemistryhighly recommend
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Joc Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
I think this is my favourite of all the books I've read by Lynn Galli. Jessamine is a really strong character with a wonderful layering of depth to her. Her story is told both in first person and third person and I didn't notice that until I was halfway through the novel and I thought it was done fairly seamlessly. Lauren was a nice enough character but I wasn't as drawn to her as I was to Jess until quite late in the novel.Jess is known as the player of the group of friends but combined with he [...]
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Corrie Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Part two of the Virginian Clan focuses on best friends Jessie and Lauren. Jessamin Ximena, the stunningly beautiful southern belle and the most lusted after lesbian in Charlotsville has changed her philandering ways. The player lifestyle does no longer hold any appeal. Running her own business has her working long days and the worry and care for her cancer stricken mother is keeping her up at night. So that’s where her focus lies these days; her work, her family and her friends. Not that she l [...]
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Nikki Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
I really had a hard time deciding between 2-3 stars on this one. Probably my least favorite so far of Lynn Galli's books. I felt as though a lot of time was focused on the main characters separately, with little-to-no interactions suggesting a romance between them would be likely. When something finally does happen, it's kind of shocking, as I didn't see much build up to that. Then all these feelings suddenly appear where there was only friendship previously. I did enjoy learning more about Jess [...]
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Eel Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Enjoyed it. Liked the main characters. My eyes got a good cleaning at one point.
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Alison Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Reasons I liked this book:1) All the feels. This was one I was glad I didn’t read on the bus heat, tears, hugs what a rollercoaster at times.2) It’s kinda like how I got together with my missus (admittedly with much less drama) - memories!!!!Reasons I knocked a couple of stars off:1) If anything the main protagonists in this group get even more accomplished in this instalment but despite that still oscillate between being mind readers or barely being able to communicate. They’re really n [...]
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Lexxi Kitty Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
My fourth book by Galli that I've read. Second series book. It's possible I'm sappy or something. At least judging from the other reviews for this book. I mean, I got all teary-eyed in places. While others apparently were super bored. Ah well.So. The third book wherein I find people from this "Virginia Clan", though the first book I read that contained some of these characters, maybe most, in a cameo, wasn't a Virginia Clan series book. Nothing from that cameo would have made me want to read a V [...]
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Frank Van Meer Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
While Jessie is one of the best characters in the Virginia Clan, her story fell very short. Thing is, nothing interesting happens for the first 25 chapters. Excluding the part with her mother, it was mostly filled with bullshit stories with boring things happening in Charlottesville. (where, it seems, thousands of lesbians are living).The thing about Wasted Heart was that while there is a large group of friends, the story focussed on Austy and Elise. And while we were given a glimpse of metric t [...]
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Carolyn Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
It might not be fair for me to review this, since I was only able to endure 25 pages, but I would have appreciated a warning about how infantile it is so others might as well. Strikingly beautiful Jesse and her strikingly beautiful friends look for strikingly beautiful love when they aren't completely absorbed in catfights and really tedious drama amongst themselves. Mom fighting cancer thrown in to try to make Jess more sympathetic. Giant yawn.
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Nomv Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
I was torn between giving this a 3 or 4 stars, considered more than first half of the book actually bored me, while the last couple chapters near the end is what makes the whole thing worth it. This is probably the first book of Lynn Galli that I forced myself to continue to read. I was anticipated for further events, hoping I could see more interaction between Jessie and Lauren. Luckily, my anticipation is not wasted. Yes, the ending is satisfying for me. The first half of the book includes som [...]
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Alena Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Imagining RealityPart of her series on a group of friends. Two of the group take forever to find out that they are in love. Some of the twists and turns are painful to read in that they are cliche, but the lead character, Jessie, is really worth reading about. Painful to read as well, as her mother is dying of cancer, as did my father, so that hit close to home.***As a collective reaction to all books, I would say that she is a great storyteller, but her books could use some work. The ones liste [...]
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Charlie Avocado Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Really weird how the narrative kept changing perspectives. First and third books were much better about that.
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Cab Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Product Description: “Considered Charlottesville’s most eligible lesbian, Jessie Ximena has recently grown tired of that status and has stopped dating entirely. She’d rather focus on the important things in life like her job, her family, and her friends. There will always be plenty of time for relationships when she feels like jumping back into the fray. If she finds someone to hold her interest, that is. Lauren Aleric has been searching for Ms. Right since she began dating, but no one has [...]
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Fia Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
This was. well. Maybe if I didn't like the first one of Virginia clan (Wasted Heart), I'd like it better. But I've read Wasted Heart, I liked it and then I was greatly disappointed with this one.First of all, the first 30% of book was nothing else, just how every single woman, gay, straight, whatever was throwing herself at Jessie. I get it, she's this gorgeous woman, the writer mentioned her beauty A LOT, but I just didn't get it. Also I didn't really care, I cared about their chemistry with La [...]
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MJS Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
The next In Galli's series about her VA characters and this one focuses on a character that intrigued me from Wasted Heart, so I was happy that Jessie was getting her own book. This one switches between first person for Jessie's scenes and third person for Lauren's story, so Lauren's a bit more fleshed out than Elise from the previous book. However the book suffers from the leads spending most of their time dating other people, and then pushing and pulling with each other for the last third of t [...]
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Amanda Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
I have very mixed feelings about this book. I wanted the story the book provided, but ten chapters in I was unsure if I wanted to work so hard for it. The first 2/3 of the book I struggled to remain interested. This is a new author for me, (I tend to binge read books by one author) and as the second book I was a bit worried. I pushed through and was very pleased with the end result. I think if you plan to continue reading the other books you should read this one. From the reviews the next in the [...]
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Anne Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Turned up the heat in this oneLove the pairing, Lynn Galli turned up the heat, loved the characters once again setting up for a future book. already started book 3 in the Virginia Clan series. Only minus for me was the fact that it didn't start where the first ended and it gives too much into the next int the 3 years later section. Still a huge fan and will keep reading.
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Mirtha Siblesz Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Sweet storyMs. Galli has created a charming sweet story with good character development. This second book of the series of five stories is funny, sweet, sad when Jessie's mother passed away demonstrating the fact that you can create your own family, (in this case the Virginia clan).
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Ruth Guajardo Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Very entertaining seriesI'm enjoying a lot the Virginia Clan saga. I like how the author shows American lives of common people and how she explores the past of her characters to explain their presents. Not too cheesy either,although sometimes it seems it could be. Very easy to fall forma some characters!
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Jourdyn Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
Another great book by Lynn Galli. :)
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poppp Nov 19, 2018 - 15:45 PM
I think I liked Wasted Heart better, but nevertheless, I enjoyed the continuous friendship among the Virginia clan.
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Imagining Reality By Lynn Galli Considered Charlottesville s most eligible lesbian, Jessie Ximena has recently grown tired of that status and has stopped dating entirely She d rather focus on the important things in life like her job, her family, and her friends There will always be plenty of time for relationships when she feels like jumping back into the fray If she finds someone to hold her interesConsidered Charlottesville s most eligible lesbian, Jessie Ximena has recently grown tired of that status and has stopped dating entirely She d rather focus on the important things in life like her job, her family, and her friends There will always be plenty of time for relationships when she feels like jumping back into the fray If she finds someone to hold her interest, that is Lauren Aleric has been searching for Ms Right since she began dating, but no one has yet filled the role Her friends think that she s too much of a romantic mush to settle She wishes she could be like her good friend Jessie, who seems perfectly happy dating casually But mostly, she wishes she could be like her best friend, Austy, who s just found her forever love Imagining Reality is the story of these two friends and how they discover that what they re both looking for isn t as far apart as they might think.

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