I remember reading and liking some of Jennifer L. Jordan’s Kristin Ashe books as a teenager, about fifteen years ago, so when I happened upon two of her books in the series that I hadn’t read whilst browsing at a bookstore in Rehoboth Beach two years ago, I quickly grabbed them up.
Out of the two I picked up, I liked A Safe Place to Sleep the best, because you find out a bit about her traumatic childhood, and I could empathise with her. Kristin’s approached by lesbian activist Destiny Greaves to investigate her childhood. Destiny has no memory of her childhood before she was adopted, and would like to get to know her birth parents. Investigating Destiny’s childhood brought up painful memories for Kristin.