Viola’s been away for six weeks and Dana doesn’t want to wait until after a party to reunite and reignite their love. Explicit and very romantic!
Jac tells her best friend an erotic story of deep connection, hoping her lady love will read between the lines. Explicit, hot and brimming with intimacy. 5 flame heat index!
Another boring rubber chicken dinner leaves “old, married couple” Cheri and Margot determined to make it memorable. Explicitly sexy and very romantic.
Deeply in love with the much younger Rayann, Louisa is certain she will discover new truths and pleasures – if only they can get alone time.
Helen and Diana have one thing in common: they both loved Edie. As they sit together at Edie’s wake, their mutual grief forms a bond that takes a surprising turn.
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.
Hayley’s life is complicated by a mysterious book of blank pages – and an alluring new neighbor who challenges everything Hayley doesn’t believe in, including love.
A Fish Out of Water: The 77th daughter of the Mer queen is irrevocably bound to a human woman by a deadly curse. Stripped of her voice, Ariel must find a way to save them both.
Castle Wrath: When California girl Brittany Brannigan inherits a remote, storm-drenched castle, she doesn’t expect romance, sex and intrigue as part of the deal. Or a curiously attractive caretaker.
Three exquisite short stories by Karin Kallmaker explore explicit play between long-term lovers where practice makes perfect: “Any Morning,” “Shooting Star” and “Firelight Fantasia.”
The world is at Jennifer Lamont’s feet – right where she wants it. She has made breaking hearts a blood sport, and the cool, calculated use of other peoples’ backs has led to stardom.
Suzanne Mason has everything she wants … except the one woman who is no one’s trophy.
Three stories of lesbian discovery and sensuality from the archives of Karin Kallmaker: “The Butch Across the Hall,” “Ice and Fire” and “Salt.”