Good Food. Good Music.
Three months later, we return to Maxi’s Place on a busy Friday night. Patrons crowd the host stand, waiting for the next available table. The bar is surrounded by those dying of thirst. The kitchen is hurriedly passing out delectable nourishment for the ravenous. Thompson 5 is tuning up behind the curtain ready to entertain eager groupies.
The wonderful ambiance hides the drama brewing among the staff of Maxi’s Place. Cole flaunts her womanizing ways with a badge of honor while Tasha is a steadfast monogamist. Their paths collided once before, an encounter Tasha is trying to forget even though Cole supplies constant reminders.
Bailey soon finds out her feelings are deeper than what they usually are. Afraid of karma, she pushes for something she never thought she would want. Ava’s feelings are in sync with Bailey’s, however, keeping up appearances and her future are more important.
Logan is the best bartender Maxi’s had and the most popular too. Attention flows from the feminine persuasion every time her toned biceps shook an apple martini. Thirsty women are easy to come by but Logan is tortured by a love from the past - an all consuming desire that no other woman can fill.
This is Maxi’s Place, serving a side of life with a dose of reality.
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About the Author
A native Texan, Literary Stud discovered her passion for writing at an early age. In elementary school, she penned a serial story on leftover school paper, stored in old folders with the title written on the front. Born between the analog and digital ages, Literary Stud remembers her first typewriter and desktop computer but prefers to hand-write rough drafts in college-ruled notebooks.
Reading and writing are constant companions and Literary Stud often curled with a book from her mother’s bookshelf while sitting in a tree in the front yard. However, she didn’t discover Lesbian fiction until her early twenties – right around the time she bounded out of the closet. She enjoyed the tales of sapphic entanglements but could only relate to half the content. She resolved to write the books she wanted to read. Her books feature Lesbians of Color belonging to the masculine/feminine spectrum and the issues affecting those dynamics.
Literary Stud lives in Fort Worth, Texas, with her wife and extremely spoiled fur baby.