The Left Hand Of Justice by Jess Faraday

In the 1820s on the streets of Paris, Detective Inspector Elise Corbeau must investigate the kidnapping of Hermine Boucher

Letters Never Sent by Sandra Moran

? What happens between Katherine and Annie? Why did Katherine get married? Why is there a bullet casing? Why was there such a strain between Katherine, her husband, and Joan? This book will keep you locked in to find out all of these questions.

Smoke And Fire by Julie Cannon

This book is more than a romance. It is uplifting in a very down-to-earth way and inspires hope through hard-won battles where neither woman is prepared to give up.

Bridge Over Sorrows by Q. C. Masters

Mati and Cheryl (who is pregnant with their daughter, Olivia) have stopped for refreshments, and Mati accidently backs over a motorcycle belonging to a motorcycle gang member. Instead of staying at the scene, Matipanics and takes off with Cheryl...

New Girl by Joan B. Flood's

What a debut novel Joan B. Flood has offered! Very well told, incredibly well edited and with a topic near to the heart of every teenager: fitting-in!

The Sea Hawk by Brenda Adcock

Julia also finds herself falling in love with the beautiful and alluring Captain Simone Moreau. They say that love conquers all, but can love conquer across centuries, fate, and time itself?

A Christmas Day to Remember by Trin Denise

What if you go on a train ride that could change your life forever? Kristen buys a train ticket to visit Chicago for a shopping spree. But this is no ordinary train ride, it is a train full of eligible lesbians.

Journey to the Other Side by Lizbian

Sweeping two continents, this period tale begins in 1834 and follows the life and loves of Irish peasant lass Mary O’Connor.

Ghost Trio by Lillian Q. Irwin

Lee stands on the beach near the castle and suddenly hears Davorah’s voice singing. Is it the grief, the medication she has been on, or is she going crazy.

Everything Pales in Comparison by Rebecca Swartz

Constable Emma Kirby is on the spot when an explosion nearly kills singer Daina Buchanan during a concert. The debut novel of Canadian author Rebecca Swartz has many unexpected twists and turns and keeps the main characters and the readers on their toes.