Best Lesbian Romance 2013

Publication: Print
Pages: 232
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Radclyffe is on a mission: she wants to rock your world every single year. And she does. We marvel at every year’s batch of annual excellence. Swooningly romantic, shudderingly erotic, poundingly good prose that will tug at your heartstrings at the beginning of every single year, or every time you open the volume.

Love stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlotte Dare, Sacchi Green, Anna Meadows, Radclyffe, and others span the tumultuous, exhilarating roller-coaster ride of romance, from the breathtakingly discoveries of new passion to the poignant depths of a shared lifetime. Love, newly minted or aged like fine wine, is ever young at heart—savor the pleasure of romance with Best Lesbian Romance 2013.

Read an excerpt of my story Life Drawing here:

“Please stretch your hands over your head,” Rose commands, “and place your wrists on the headrest. Hands on top of each other.”

She moves Joni’s hands a bit, and that’s when I see it: a whitish patch of skin that circles her finger. The ring is gone. I lean back as much as I can to see what is visible of her face. She looks pallid, even for her standards, and she’s not trying to hide her ashen complexion.

She looks bare. Real. And abysmally lonely.

I see myself lying next to her. I wrap my arm around her and tell her how beautiful she is. I wait for the warmth of my skin to permeate hers and suck a little at her neck between whispers about anything and nothing at all. I look up and watch her eyes, willing the languor out of them before trailing kisses down her spine. My hand travels over her butt and between her cheeks down to the heated, moist lips covering the tender spot I’m aiming for. She buries her head in the cushion, smiling, moaning. She perks up her provocative butt and allows me to indulge her, and indulge in her too.

I shudder and look up, horrified. Did I let that noise out loud?

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