Veronica Fearon’s first novel is a gritty tale of life in gangland London, with hot sex, violent confrontations, and the throb of realism.
Not aware Marge was in the room, Jacqueline, without her fat suit, was dancing in her silk bikini briefs and bra...
Reparative therapy is so gay. It’s a lesson Lexi Hamilton learns her first day at New Horizons, a summer camp for teens experiencing same-sex attraction.
I love books that make me think and stories that make me feel. This one does both asking us to reassess our own behavior around high school bullying.
This novel shows how difficult it was for women to come of age, let alone to come out and what a challenge it was for women to live an independent life.
This wonderful story will keep you guessing time and time again.
You’re never too old to experience healing.
Author Christopher D. Coleman has written a truly inspiring memoir that highlights the strength of the human spirit
In 1926, Garnet Richardson meets Isabella Strand, a hotsy-totsy dance hall doll with a Raven-black bob and unflappable confidence. For Garnet, it’s a case of Clara Bow and cupid’s arrow. Does she have a shot at love?
Justine Saracen beams us back into history, writing another memorable novel about unsung heroines of WW II.