A recommendation by a friend led me to read this book by Lauren Gallagher.
Stuck Landing was an interesting read - to say the least. Gallagher's writing style made this book such an easy read, which allowed me to focus primarily on the characters and the narrative.
I liked the exploration of the LGBT world within this story. Not only were we privy to the development of Anna & Natalya's relationship, but we saw two other relationships grow in Levi & Carter and Jeremy & Scott.
Obviously, the main focus was on Natalya and Anna and both of their insecurities and how that effects their relationship.
Gallagher cleverly explored Anna's issue of biphobia in detail, but also showed it's progress and Anna's realisation that dating a 'bi' woman doesn't mean that you should have any preconceptions as to their motives.
We also had Natalya's more subtle insecurities of committing herself to someone only to have them use you for personal gain - I'm sure quite a few people can relate to this. However, what was intelligently done here was the way that Gallagher reinforced that actually this should not prohibit the formation of a relationship, this was done through the strength within Natalya's character.
All-in-all I enjoyed the development of both characters and the formation of the feelings and emotions that they have for each other.
All of this is my reasoning behind giving this a four star rating. An enjoyable and easy read.