Fluidity (Hearts Not Parts #2)


E.M. Leya




E.L. Publishing

Release Date

July 1st, 2017



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Being gender fluid is a way of life for Axel. Owning as many suits as dresses is normal, deciding what day to wear them even easier. He doesn't fight what he feels, even if one day it's basketball shorts and the next high heels. Axel faces life head-on. Letting nothing get in his way. Even with the hate and bigotry he faces for being gender fluid, he looks forward to a day that he can find someone who accepts him for who he is.

Every book in this series is a stand-alone read.

Relationships and romance have never been Les's thing. He believes there should be more to life than quick pick-ups and one-night-stands. He wants something meaningful, something with a future. Meeting the most beautiful woman he's ever seen, Les is shocked to find out Axel is gender fluid. He's never dated a man before, but with the chemistry between them, he's willing to give it a try.

Life isn't easy when you don't conform, even harder when hate surrounds you. Leaning on each other for support, the two try to find happiness in a world determined to break them apart.



Book Cover

  • Generic but attractive


  • Read all at once (riveted)


  • The story was well-rounded, focusing on their internal and external struggles
  • Considering the gravity of some plot elements, there wasn't much angst but emotional depth was certainly present
  • LOVED that Axel was a mechanic by day who enjoyed letting out his feminine side after work - no stereotypes here
  • The MCs were loveable
  • The subtle pronoun shifts were perfect (compared to gender-neutral ones like 'ze', etc. which can be jarring)
  • The sex scenes were amazing

Character Depth

  • Neck deep

Mood Upon Completion

  • Extremely happy


  • Very few/no typos

Sex Scenes

  • Plasma hot


  • Wanted the author to elaborate regarding how Axel handled the attack

Emotional Depth

  • Moderately emotional

Content Warnings

  • Kink
  • Abuse
  • Character death (major and/or minor)

Genderfluid men are my thing, so of course I’m a lot biased concerning this book.

It didn’t run the full emotional gamut and the cover didn’t wow me, so it wasn’t quite a 5-star book.

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