Read a preview of Lesbian Crushes at School


Spotify playlist for Lesbian Crushes at School

You will need to sign up or sign into your Spotify account to listen. This is my beloved music from my School Diary. You’re welcome :-)

And here’s a taster. 21st Century Boy by Sigue Sigue Sputnik is *still* my favourite song …

Quotes from reviews of Lesbian Crushes at School

  • Kristin says …

  • I can firmly say Natasha Holme is the new voice of a generation.
  • You can’t not push for this character to succeed and learn and get better. It’s so good.
  • Lydia says …

  • Oh man, I started reading this book about 4 hours ago and I wasn’t able to stop reading it until I was done.
  • A dirty walk through someone’s mind, I love it!
  • I hung on every word. The best fun read that I have had in a long time!
  • Kim says …

  • Wow what a story. I give the author credit for her honesty and openness. I myself probably would have left out some embarrassing parts but she put it all out there, good for her!
  • This book read very fluidly and I loved the format, I can’t wait to read more about this young lady and her life!
  • Tammie says …

  • I hope there will be more books released from this author. Her honesty and bravery in letting the world see her life, and showing it in a real sense, is just amazing.
  • Amy says …

  • I was constantly intrigued as to what Natasha would do next. How far would she go to show Miss Williams how much she loved her?
  • A great book that shows just how easily a crush can turn into an obsession in just the blink of an eye.
  • Jud says …

  • How brave it was of the author to publish her childhood diaries. I’d be mortified.
  • This was a fantastic prequel. Where the first book really opened my eyes, this one filled in some of the questions and blanks that weren’t covered in the first.
  • Grainne says …

  • The reader is left gripped wondering how far Natasha will go to earn Miss Williams’s attention and affections.
  • What begins as harmless admiration verges on almost stalkerish obsession as Natasha’s love of her school teacher soon starts to take over her life.
  • For anyone who has gone through the heartbreak of unreciprocated love.
  • Michael says …

  • Delightful diary/story of Natasha’s fantasy about her school French teacher.
  • Amanda says …

  • My favorite thing about these diaries is how well she dates the book. Every once in a while she’d throw in what song was #1, or something about the Royal Family, and it just kind of gave it that 80s vibe.
  • Amy says …

  • As a child of the 80’s, I could relate to this book!