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Wild Girls Wild Nights by Sacchi Green

Wild Girls Wild Nights by Sacchi Green

It’s the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth in this untamed and intimate collection of real life lesbian sex stories.
Whiskey Blue's Brooklyn Love

Whiskey Blue's Brooklyn Love

3 steamy erotica stories just for you.
Southern Sin: True Stories of the Sultry South and Women Behaving Badly; Edited by Lee Gutkind & Beth Ann Fennelly

Southern Sin: True Stories of the Sultry South and Women Behaving Badly; Edited by Lee Gutkind & Beth Ann Fennelly

Sex, Drugs and Alcohol in the Bible Belt!
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Archive » Fantasy

“Slow Burn” by Marlene Leach

“Slow Burn” by Marlene Leach

Set 30 years into the future in a world where society is at a breaking point, this is a dark urban fantasy with a surprising twist in the tale.
“Deceptions” by Lauren Maddison

“Deceptions” by Lauren Maddison

Mystery meets magic: The Connor Hawthorne series
Daughter of Mystery by Heather Rose Jones

Daughter of Mystery by Heather Rose Jones

Lovers of fantasy and historical fiction - read on!
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Archive » History

Jam on the Vine by LaShonda Katrice Barnett

Jam on the Vine by LaShonda Katrice Barnett

Incensed at the iniquities inflicted on African-Americans in the Jim Crow era, Sapphic scribe Ivoe Williams decides that the only way to right these wrongs is to write about them.
The Farmer’s Daughter by Robbi McCoy

The Farmer’s Daughter by Robbi McCoy

In this historical novel Robbi McCoy beams us back into the American Hobo-Age and Tinsel Town’s "best" years.
On My Way to Happy and Gay by Barbara Castle-Farmer

On My Way to Happy and Gay by Barbara Castle-Farmer

In this memoir, Barbara Castle-Farmer shares her journey to acceptance and understanding of self, starting in 1960s South Africa, at a time where LGBTI visibility was virtually non-existent.
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Archive » CRIME

Relatively Rainey by R. E. Bradshaw

Relatively Rainey by R. E. Bradshaw

Rainey Bell is back with a bang in the fifth Rainey Bell Thriller. R. E. Bradshaw has created another amazing rollercoaster ride for the Bell family as they become entangled in multiple murder hunts.
No Good Reason by Cari Hunter

No Good Reason by Cari Hunter

If you love a good crime thriller you will love this book. Excellent writing and wonderful characters start this new series with a bang.
The Old Deep and Dark: A Jane Lawless Mystery by Ellen Hart

The Old Deep and Dark: A Jane Lawless Mystery by Ellen Hart

When her best friend discovers dead bodies inside the historic theater she’s recently acquired, Sapphic sleuth Jane Lawless is required to investigate. Will Jane break a leg or crack the case?
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Archive » Romance

Homecoming by Susan X. Meagher

Homecoming by Susan X. Meagher

A well developed lesbian romance for those longing for a slow exploration of mutual attraction.
The Set Piece by Catherine Lane

The Set Piece by Catherine Lane

The Set Piece is a charming romance and a great story not only about today’s homophobia in professional sports but also about people trapped within the golden cage of fame.
The Affair by Cori Kane

The Affair by Cori Kane

A compelling story of two people who are stuck in their marriages and start to question their future happiness when they come together.
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Archive » Humor

Scaredy Cat by Robin Alexander

Scaredy Cat by Robin Alexander

A great rainy day or beach book that will make you laugh out loud.
Under the Radar

Under the Radar

“Left Field” by Elizabeth Sims—Home runs, homicide, and humor.
June Magee, R.N. Festival Nurse by Ann McMan, Salem West and Barrett

June Magee, R.N. Festival Nurse by Ann McMan, Salem West and Barrett

An excellent, well-written and witty homage to the pulp fiction era – a great story by an amazing trio of authors, definitely a must read.
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Archive » Family & Parenting

Heather Has Two Mommies by Lesléa Newman

Heather Has Two Mommies by Lesléa Newman

The groundbreaking LGBT-friendly children’s book gets a welcome update.
Out On The Panhandle by RE Bradshaw

Out On The Panhandle by RE Bradshaw

A joyful celebration of life, love, family, and the old and new West.
Teaching The Cat To Sit

Teaching The Cat To Sit

A book about coming-of-age under difficult circumstances, TEACHING THE CAT TO SIT is ultimately a story about family and reconciling one’s past and present
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Archive » Fiction

Come to My Window by Mia Kerick

Come to My Window by Mia Kerick

A young adult fiction on family, friends and first love.
"At the Water’s Edge" - Harper Bliss

"At the Water’s Edge" - Harper Bliss

Some angst and dysfunction, but with a lot of oomph in the bedroom.
The Revelation of Beatrice Darby by Jean Copeland

The Revelation of Beatrice Darby by Jean Copeland

Beatrice Darby may work in a library, but she doesn’t do anything by the book. She certainly tries, though, because it’s 1957, which is not the time to go singin’ in the rainbow that she prefers dolls to guys.

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