LGBT

The Housing Crisis by Kate McLay

Ruth West - Sunday, July 30, 2017

Wanted: female roommate to take over lease. Non-smoker. No boys allowed.

When Alyssa’s roommate leaves her in a lurch, she’s desperate to find someone, anyone, to move in with her. Rent is coming due and she can’t afford to pay it by herself. There’s only one rule: no boyfriends allowed. Her religious family would throw a fit if they knew she was living in a house with boys.

Needed: new place ASAP. Female preferred.

Hannah doesn’t have a boyfriend. But her cheating ex-girlfriend has made her housing situation untenable. With her career as a musician about to take off, she can’t afford a distraction. A tip from an old friend leads Hannah to Alyssa and a roommate match made in heaven is born.

Filled: one girl next door plus one singer equals domestic bliss?

Alyssa thinks Hannah is really cute. Which wouldn’t be a problem if she were into women. Hannah has no interest in dating a straight girl. But when sparks fly, neither young woman can say no to the chemistry between them.

Despite their passion, Alyssa’s worried about the reaction from her conservative family. Even worse, Hannah’s career may take her out of state for good, stopping their relationship before it even begins. They will need to face their problems together or be torn apart.

Can Alyssa overcome who she thinks she is in order to be with the woman she loves? Can Hannah learn to trust again after a failed relationship?

Or will they both be putting up housing wanted ads before their lease is up?

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Awakened by Cara Malone

Ruth West - Thursday, July 27, 2017

Once you've been awakened to love, can you ever go back to sleep?

Leah McAllister is starting a new job in a bland maze of tan cubicles where she hopes to blend in with her surroundings – she’s had enough attention for one lifetime. What she never expects is to find herself working under Morgan, a mesmerizing woman who turned her world upside down when they met one year before.

A lot can change in a year, though, and Morgan Park is a different person now. She’s reserved and sullen, and trying to get over a broken heart that came with a heavy dose of guilt after her troubled girlfriend, Allison, disappeared one day leaving Morgan with nothing more than a vague goodbye note.

Thrust together in the cramped quarters of a cubicle, Morgan and Leah can’t deny – or resist – the forces of attraction driving them together. Morgan even begins to think she can find happiness again when Allison suddenly blows back into town with a terrible secret that threatens to tear Morgan and Leah apart permanently.

Is the mystery of Allison’s lost year enough to destroy Morgan and Leah’s budding relationship?

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Magic and Romance by Niamh Murphy

Ruth West - Friday, July 21, 2017

Magic and Romance is a cross-genre anthology of Sapphic tales.

If you like reading stories with historical romance, vampires, werewolves, ballroom dancing, contemporary rom-com, or even epic fantasy, all with a twist of lesbian romance and a dash of adventure then you will love this exciting, funny, and free collection of Niamh Murphy’s lesbian short stories.

- In Rhythm (Contemporary Teen Romance)
Kara Telfer wants to be a great dancer. When she dances with her instructor, Ruby, their chemistry is obvious. The problem is, she has to dance with Felix, and the competition is tomorrow.

- Enthralled (Lesbian Vampire Thriller)
Stella is a huntress, she only has one mission: to kill. But one night she decides to take on a Vampire hive alone, and with an ulterior motive...

- Is She? (Contemporary LGBT Humour)
Claire is lesbian, has just started university, and has the most beautiful housemate in the world: Jasmine. But how do you tell if a girl is interested?

- The Lady Edris and the Kingdom in a Cave (Adult Myth & legend, Authurian Adaptation)
Lady Edris is on a quest to find the cure for a terrible plague when she is captured by the very woman from whom she has sought help. Should she agree to terms and betray her people, or trust a stranger and risk her life?

- Reason to Stay (Lesbian Teen Humour)
"I admit it, the way I handled this was all wrong. I got a little obsessive, then got a bit freaked out and then made some HUGE mistakes. Now the whole thing has got a little bit messy... but right now I need to run because there is a girl and I need to tell her something before she leaves. Forever."

- Mask of the Highway woman (Historical Action Adventure)
When Evelyn Thackery, the spirited daughter of a wealthy aristocrat, ventures across rough terrain to meet her future husband, she’s abducted by a gang of vicious outlaws, one of whom she finds strangely fascinating.

- The Black Hound (Victorian Gothic Werewolf Suspense)
When Isobel is forced to live with her beautiful, but cold, Aunt in the crumbling ruins of Lansdowne, her only escape is to walk for a few hours on the bleak and lonely moors, but something sinister lurks in the darkness…

- Delicious (Contemporary Lesbian Romance)
Realizing she is pining for someone out of her reach, Charlotte decides to end her friendship with her cookery teacher, Nadia, and move on. But Nadia is not the type to let her go that easily...

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Finding You by Emma Nichols

Ruth West - Monday, July 17, 2017

On the back of a recent break up and her mum’s shocking news, Anna wasn’t looking for love, but it found her…

Lauren Vincenti comes from wealth. Her family has owned their famous vineyard in Corsica for generations and they have a personal reputation to protect. Married to Rachel, she lives and works in London as a lawyer. That is, until her father commits suicide and she is required to play her part in the family business.

Anna is an up and coming artist, following in her highly successful mother's footsteps. Her chance meeting with the seductive Vincenti, and their spontaneous dinner together, changes her life forever. Is there such a thing as love at first sight? Can she ever trust again, and what happens when she does?

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No Distance by Jake Evans

Ruth West - Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Zach McKinney was a man on the move. He had a past to hide from and every few years, he would find a new place to lay his head. This time around he was living in Paris and working in a bar a few blocks from an Army base. The regular stream of women kept him busy and kept up his cover to Zach’s secret.

Zach was gay and even though he dated many women, taking them home for the night, he was far more attracted to men. But he knew that the attraction was wrong, had been told since he was young that it was and now he couldn’t think anything else. This left Zach unable to be who he truly was or love who he truly wanted to. Zach had never come close to dating a man until he met Theo and he turned his life upside down. Theo didn’t feel shame for his preference and Zach started to feel the same way. Maybe it was okay to be who he was, if for no one else but Theo. Everything changed when Theo came into his life.

Six Bonus books included for your enjoyment.

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