Captivating and sublime, a love story with an amazing and intriguing sub-plot.
“A House of Light and Stone” by E. J. Runyon—A Ten-Year-Old’s Quest to be a “Real Girl”.
The first in a series - this is a well constructed mystery novel with a tight plot that introduces us to tough, smart lesbian protagonist, Lauren Vellequette.
Layup and coming basketball player Abbey Brooks is dribbling her way through dykedom. Will she power forward and stop guarding her secret from Mom? And will Abbey’s love life ever go into overdrive, or even overtime?
Kreyna slipped into his thoughts. Oblivious he continued to talk as she went deeper into his mind to find if he was being truthful.
At the turn of the century, Kerry and Beth’s relationship is the picture of health. But when Beth desires to attend medical school, a monetary malady develops, and it’s up to Kerry to find a remedy.
In this historical novel Robbi McCoy beams us back into the American Hobo-Age and Tinsel Town’s "best" years.
An engaging look at the issues facing us as we get older, both in terms of our own relationships and the lives of our elderly parents.
A novel which will entertain and educate on some of the issues facing LGBTQIA teens and young adults in a world where they are misunderstood more often than not.
Allyn Teague may be a gay divorcee, but she’s hardly happy about it. Neither is the similarly separated―and comparably queer―Bea Lawson. Should she try for a Teague of her own, or is the whole idea mis-Bea-gotten?