Diana Beckinsale might be the most alluring woman Paris Ellison has met in years, but Paris can’t condone her madcap plans. Not when every time they meet Diana is a completely different woman.
Karin Kallmaker’s novels have been translated into German, French and Spanish. Refer a friend who would be happier reading in one of these languages to these lesbian-focused publishers.
What happens when passionate attraction gets in the way of cherished dreams? Two strong women can have everything – except each other. Companion to Stepping Stone.
Laura Izmani is glad of her new client, a wealthy actress who needs a private chef for her twins. She’s also grateful that Helen Baynor doesn’t remember their first meeting on a roller coaster ride that changed their lives.
Kip Barrett does her job very well. Nothing can tempt her from following the rules, not even her boss’s boss’s boss Tamara Sterling.
A river of ice has frozen Ani’s life. The future looks even colder when she returns home to the glaciers of Alaska, the mistakes of her past and the disdain of the woman she once loved.
Producer Selena Ryan isn’t going to let anyone use her to get what they want, ever again, even if that means living without love.
With CJ Roshe’s past hunting her down, she can’t offer Karita Hanssen anything more than kisses and goodbyes – not even her real name.
Will a shipwreck on a tropical island lead to romance and finders keepers for Marissa Chabot and Linda Bartok? Or losers weepers?
A steamy look at sex and the single girl as Brandy weighs her free-for-all life against her growing feelings for her best friend.
Syrah Ardani’s prejudice and Toni Blanchard’s pride cause an epic clash that turns the peaceful Napa countryside upside down. A very lesbian update of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
Three women want sugar from Sugar, who can’t make up her mind.
Finding Ms. Right is no piece of cake.
Cosmopolitan Liddy Peel finds herself in small town Iowa and can’t wait to finish her work and leave. Most vexing of all is the way she feels whenever she sees Marian the Librarian. A scorching summer romance is not what Liddy had in mind.
From the frustrated fumblings of teenagers to the dangerous games of adult passion, Maybe Next Time is a story of professional glory, personal tragedy – and finally love.
In Autumn’s dreams no one is who they seem. A journey of passion, heartbreak and triumph.
What dark future does the distant past hold? Autumn only knows her present, and that old magic tingles through her fingers.
When Holly Markham and Reyna Putnam meet the combination adds up to pure passion. But Reyna’s “no tomorrows” rule isn’t enough for Holly.
Can Rett find love with the cheerleader who broke her heart so many years ago? Will Angel find that it’s still true: dykes don’t make passes at girls who wear glasses?
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