Best Lesbian Romance 2009
Red Hot Romance!
Scale the heights of emotion and the depths of desire with this collection of the very best lesbian romance writing of the year. Essential reading for anyone who cherishes the highly imaginative, the deeply sensual, and the very loving, this anthology is as remarkable for its great writing as it is for its exuberant sexiness.
In "Femme Fatale," Kathie Bergquist tells the story of a first date gone terribly wrong until it heads in exactly the right, delicious direction. For readers who have almost given up on ever falling in love, KI Thompson's "The Usual" illustrates that you never know when you might meet "the one." Other stories offer chance encounters, such as Olivia Presley's tempting tale, "The Traveler" and Ariel Graham's spooky sexy "A Ghost of a Chance." If variety is the spice of life, then this is the spiciest set of lesbian romance stories to date!
Praise for Best Lesbian Romance:
"Filled with fantasy and a whole lotta love, this gorgeous group of stories is an aphrodisiac in book form!" —Varla Ventura, author of Sheroes and Wild Women Talk About Love
Radclyffe is a retired surgeon and author-publisher with over thirty lesbian novels and anthologies in print. Five of her works have been Lambda Literary finalists including the Lambda Literary winners Erotic Interludes 2: Stolen Moments ed. with Stacia Seaman and Distant Shores, Silent Thunder. She is the recipient of the 2003 and 2004 Alice B. Readers' award for her body of work, is a member of the Publishing Triangle, the IBPA, and the Romance Writers of America, and is also the president of Bold Strokes Books, an independent LGBTQ publishing company.
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