Six more stories of women meeting the women of their dreams, having sex, falling in love and having sex again.
Each story is also available individually. Each book can stand alone. These lesbian contemporary love stories include graphic sex and are intended for adults only
The Beauty Queen Called Twice
All Lauren Golden wants is to be the best journalist ever. The gorgeous redhead with pale white skin and hazel eyes wants the story and nothing else.
When an editor tells her to interview the CEO of a successful cosmetics company, she quickly realizes she has met the woman, Charlenae White, before, but never forgot her long black hair, dark brown skin and beautiful smile. Charlenae wants to give Lauren a second chance for love. All Lauren has to do is believe her and, most importantly, believe in herself.
Skating on Air
Gigi Darnell, a beautiful African-American physician, has reached her early 40s with a fabulous job, a beautiful home and a bevy of nieces and nephews who love her, but her life is incomplete. She wants a special woman to love. Then she meets Lyndsey Falk, a much younger skateboarding instructor with pale white skin and eyes the color of amber. Gigi falls hard for Lyndsey, but she fears being cut off from her family if she makes it clear that, yes, she is a lesbian and not just the reliable spinster aunt, sister and daughter her family has come to expect. Lyndsey has an ex-girlfriend following her around who threatens to interfere. Together, Gigi and Lyndsey learn that skating on air and being in love will require them to be more honest with those around them than they have ever been before.
Someone Like Her
Nera Booker and Squeak McFadden are beautiful African-American women in their early thirties, but that’s where the similarities end. Nera, college educated with an upbringing in a comfortable suburb, makes a good living in health care IT. Squeak, with several small businesses, grew up in a rough city neighborhood and has hustled for every dime she’s ever made. They’re madly attracted to each other from the start. Nera admires Squeak’s entrepreneurial spirit. Squeak envies Nera’s suburban childhood, but wonders if maybe this accomplished woman is out of her reach. Together they learn that it’s not enough to accept differences. They must embrace them if their love is to flourish.
Roll With Me
Chloe is a former runner turned wheelchair racer with MS who just wants to fall in love. When she meets Rachel, a fellow runner with long hair and beautiful legs, they initially fall for each other, but Chloe is not a regular wheelchair user, and keeps her disability a secret. This secret tears their relationship apart. For them to be together, Chloe has to let Rachel run past her denial and roll even closer to her heart.
Stop and Go
Krista Sutter has taken herself out of the dating pool after a bad breakup and moved to Southeast Asia. The beautiful brunette wants to heal her heart and enjoy everything Laos has to offer. She expects nothing more than a few extra temple trips when Yancy Douglas, her childhood crush, comes to visit her.
Yancy has never deprived herself when it comes to relationships, but she thinks she wants to get off the dating merry-go-round she’s been on for a while. Visiting Krista, her best friend’s kid sister in Laos, is just the break she needs. She didn’t expect to find her irresistible.
Nice Jewish Girls
Susan Hay just wants to find a nice girl. Is that too much to ask? Susan thinks it is until she meets Ali Sams. Susan, a long-haired femme, falls hard and fast for the cute and sexy soft butch who looks strangely familiar.
Ali falls just as fast, but Susan realizes that the familiarity she feels is linked to a painful childhood incident that sends her running away. Ali needs to get Susan to see her as more than who she was in the past, but Susan is not about to make that easy.
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About the Author
Elizabeth Andre is a lesbian in an interracial same-sex marriage. She lives in the Midwest and loves the 1980s and time travel, although her characters rarely seem to end up in that era.