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!
Another boring rubber chicken dinner leaves “old, married couple” Cheri and Margot determined to make it memorable. Explicitly sexy 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!
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.”
Three stories of lesbian love and sensuality from the archives of the award-winning Karin Kallmaker: “Do Overs”, “You Can’t Win if You Don’t Play” and “Lilith.”
Humor, tenderness and high-erotic energy combine when an inexperienced lesbian finds the courage to knock on her neighbor’s door. Reader favorite!
Romantic, intimate fun is what happens when a hike in the high country provides privacy for an adventurous couple.
Short stories multiply. It’s hard to know if you’ve read one before and nobody likes buying anything twice. This index will help.
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.
Home from Afghanistan to surprise her mother, Milla doesn’t expect more than the best apple pie in the world and the bliss of unrationed hot showers. She’s not counting on futures — or meeting a woman like Tyna.
“She has no idea who she’s dealing with!” It’s hate at first sight for Dr. Nicole Hathaway and her new assistant, Lily Linden-Smith.
Three short stories featuring the lesbian courtship dance (with a lusty look at food and drink) from the archives of Karin Kallmaker: “10 Quick and Easy Salads”, “Last Call” and “Especial de la Casa.”
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.
A literary dessert buffet of more stories inspired by Karin’s recent novels, like Above Temptation and Substitute for Love along with classics like Paperback Romance and Wild Things.
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.
All bets are off when Radclyffe and Karin Kallmaker deal the cards – and every hand is a winner.
Cowboys and Kisses: A lyric and ultimately realistic story of the real wild west and the short experience of happiness for a young woman stranded in a cattle town.
Originally written for Tall in the Saddle: New Exploits of Wild West Lesbians.
Will a shipwreck on a tropical island lead to romance and finders keepers for Marissa Chabot and Linda Bartok? Or losers weepers?
Karin Kallmaker and Radclyffe can’t wait to get you all wet with this dual erotic short story collection.
Behind every door is a story of lesbian passion. First time couplings and couples who know how to mix lust and love make 18th and Castro the hottest address in the city by the bay.
Also published as 16 Shades of Lesbian Love at some digital retailers.
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.
A baker’s dozen of the next chapters in the lives of your favorite Kallmaker characters inspired by Wild Things, Painted Moon, Unforgettable and more, plus an extensive afterword.
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?
Will Amanda give up the future, and the woman she loves, to fix the past?
No Life flowers except on a Cemetery. – Remy de Gourmont
Teresa wants a future with a woman whose heart has been frozen by loss. Sequel to Touchwood.
Delicious recipes and chocolate-as-sublimation abound for Jamie Onassis and Valkyrie Valentine in this romantic send-up of cooking that doesn’t stay in the kitchen.
A gothic tale of two hearts taken captive in colonial New York. In modern Manhattan they meet again, but will the future be any different from the past?
Julia Madison is having nightmares. All night. Every night. After exhausting other alternatives, she turns to a sleep disorder support, and discovers that other women – lesbian women – are having similar nightmares. Convincing them to help her comb the Mojave Desert for the source is only the beginning of the adventure.
When Sarah meets Melissa the attraction is blinding. An impetuous move leaves Sarah wondering about the wisdom of her choices.
Dutiful daughter Faith Fitzgerald has met the perfect man. There’s just one problem: she’s in love with his sister. Sydney Van Allen‘s political career doesn’t include entanglements.
Stranded together in a snowbound cabin, Jackie Frakes and Leah Beck’s lives will never be the same.
It’s never an easy commute on the Freeway of Love. But there are soft shoulders, merging traffic, and it’s slippery when wet…
Carolyn falls for tall, dark and … female … in this classic homage to the romance genre. This is not your mother’s Harlequin!
Rayann loves Louisa. Louisa loves Rayann. Can the decades between their ages keep them apart?
Jessica Brian believes she already has it all. Until she meets her new neighbor Cat Merrill.