People come into our lives for a day, a season, or a reason...
"Shy taught me to fight like a champion, love like a poet, & live like it was my last day on earth."
One Dyke Cozy touches on the lives of two girls, Gabby and Shy, from their first meeting as children to Shy's untimely death.
This novel contains profanity and adult situations.
I really like the cover also, it illustrates the story to a tee. The scene-setting is concise and very appropriate, the adult situations are handled skillfully without ignoring the seamy sides that do exist in real life.
The characters grow and develop very nicely through all stages of life. The dialogue is downright funny at times, as these two friends banter back and forth.
This is such a well written book, I give it a score of 4.8 stars; the score would have been higher except for the small handful of spelling errors I found. Rhani assures me they have all been fixed, so your reading will be that much smoother.