Jukebox - Finalist, Lesbian Traditional/Contemporary Romance; Finalist, Lesbian Debut Fiction2011 Lavender Certificate
Jukebox: 2011 recognition to promising new writer from the Alice B Committee of Arizona.
Teresa DeCrescenzo - February 2011: What a charming love story with a message -- two messages if you count the song titles that tie into the book chapters, and in turn, to the relationship between Harper and Grace. The important message to take away from this lush coming of age story is that the closet is toxic... It's hard to believe that this is a first novel.Curve Magazine
If there is anything Daggett [a.k.a. Lipstick] knows its romance with the ladies. So, needless to say, we'll be picking up our copy today.Cherry Grrl
Daggett's characters were well thought out and very true to life, making them dance off the page to the beat of the music that rises and swells through each chapter of their lives.AfterEllen.com
This novel goes through the life long friendship and love of these two women starting off very young all the way to college. It speaks of brief moments in time and slows time down for more detail of singular moments in life that profoundly change a person.XTRA!
Daggett's voice is new, her take her own, her characters courageous and fresh. Together, they elevate Jukebox beyond the usual formula and make it a story worth sharing.