First Love, By C.J. Harte

**This book contains Female/Female Relations**
Jordan Thompson was brought up to believe and trust what her parents taught her: their strong but conservative values. As the daughter of the President of the United States, she especially feels the burden of living up to her parents’ standards.
Drew Hamilton is putting her rodeo career on hold to purse a medical degree. One day she hopes to return to Wyoming to practice family medicine and ranch. She’s worked hard to pay for school and doesn’t have time for romance, especially with curious straight females. When Jordan hires her as a tutor, Drew finds she is learning more about life than she planned. Jordan is learning more than academics. She’s learning about love.But with their very different backgrounds and families, they may not survive the stresses of a first love.
Usually I don’t read F/F books because they aren’t my normal cup of tea.  With this book though, I did enjoy reading it but also it felt very predictable. We have Drew, who is going to school to be a doctor and comes from a rodeo family.  So you know automatically that she is going to find a rich girl who she falls in love with.  And she did do that, with
Jordan.  And add to that that Jordan is the first daughter?  Yeah that’s crazy town.
While the story did seem to flow rather well, my chief complaint would be how predictable the story was overall.   I do believe though, that if you enjoy F/F books you should check this one out.