Cheyenne Blue
The Number 94 Project by Cheyenne Blue

The Number 94 Project

Renovation takes a sexy turn when a cute country girl rocks up with a tool belt and plans that throw the whole gay neighbourhood into disarray in this light-hearted lesbian romance.

When handywoman Jorgie’s uncle leaves her an old house in Melbourne, it’s a dream come true. Sure, 94 Gaylord Street is falling apart, and she has to deal with her uncle Bruce’s eccentric friends thanks to his unusual Will.

But that’s okay. She’ll fire up her power tools and turn the dilapidated terrace house into a desirable inner-city pad. Then she’ll sell up and head home to the country.

Jorgie hasn’t counted on falling for cute neighbour Marta, who’s found her heart-home among the tight queer-community of Gaylord Street. Between mugs of too-strong tea and Jorgie’s lack of a working shower, the two forge a surprising connection.

But what happens when the renovation’s complete? Can Jorgie really just toss aside her tool belt and saunter away?

About this book

Publishing date: November 2021 | May 2022

Author: Cheyenne Blue | Cat Gould (audiobook narrator)

Publisher: Ylva Publishing

Available formats: ebook | paperback | audiobook

Tropes and themes: contemporary romance, opposites attract, lesbian main characters, toolbet romance, found family, queer community, Australian setting, city setting

What readers are saying about the book

Kimberly - Goodreads reviewer
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What a great story. I thoroughly enjoyed this well written book. The setting, characters, romance and humor will all have me back reading this book again, I am sure.
Betty - Rainbow Reflections
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Cheyenne Blue has created another novel that I absolutely fell in love with. The Number 94 Project is a slow-burn, feel-good romance with a cast of characters you’ll want as your real neighbors, and a neighborhood we would all love to live in.
Brian's Book Blog
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This book was golden. Blue was able to write a book that made me smile throughout and a few times brought tears to my eyes. And at one point (no spoilers) LOTS of tears. The Number 94 Project was full of beautiful characters that jumped off of the pages.

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