Infinite Loop

Infinite Loop

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by Meghan O'Brien
     
 

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Regan O’Riley has just about given up hope that she will ever find a woman into shy, geeky programmers. She yearns for a connection, but can’t seem to make the first move. Mel Raines knows all about making moves. After a childhood under the thumb of her alcoholic father, she avoids intimacy by drowning herself in fiery, fleeting encounters with

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Regan O’Riley has just about given up hope that she will ever find a woman into shy, geeky programmers. She yearns for a connection, but can’t seem to make the first move. Mel Raines knows all about making moves. After a childhood under the thumb of her alcoholic father, she avoids intimacy by drowning herself in fiery, fleeting encounters with strangers.

When Regan and Mel meet in a straight bar, of all places, their chemistry is unmistakable. Before they can begin to explore their new relationship, Mel’s world is rocked when a close friend is a victim in a shooting. Regan suggests they take a road trip to escape reality for a little while, and Mel is only too ready to shake things up. Together they embark upon a physical and emotional journey where they discover that breaking free of old habits may be the only way to change your life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932300420
Publisher:
Yellow Rose Books
Publication date:
05/28/2005
Pages:
292
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.04(h) x 0.74(d)

Meet the Author

Born in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, Meghan O'Brien relocated to Windsor, California. As a recent transplant, she's enjoying the moderate weather and gorgeous scenery of the Bay Area. Meghan lives with her partner Angie, their young son, three cats, and three dogs. Yes, it can be just as chaotic as it sounds.

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Infinite Loop 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
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Meghan is one of my favorite writers. Infinite Loop is a very well written story that's hard to put down. The characters are interesting and vulnerable without the usual emotional weakness found in so many lesbian books. I definitely recommend this book.
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