A Proper Cuppa Tea by KG MacGregor is a delightful romantic story about learning from your mistakes and thriving in the face of adversity. It is also a story about opening your heart to love, exploring new possibilities and making peace with your past. The path to true love does not always run smoothly and Channing Hughes can wholeheartedly agree, especially after a doomed office romance runs its course and
Moment of Weakness by KG MacGregor is a romance that doesn’t follow the usual track of a les-fic romance. Captain Suzann (Zann) Redeker is married to reporter Marleigh Anderhall and they live in the small town of Colfax, Vermont. The story opens in the midst of their relationship and all is definitely not well. Captain Redeker sustained an extensive injury in Afghanistan as the leader of the Female Engagement Team.
This is an awesome list of the Top 10 Lesbian Mothers In Fiction done by author Laina Villeneuve. Last Mother’s day, I tossed out a post about some of my favorite books with mothers, and Sheena said it sounded like I had a top ten list going. It’s now a new year, and I’ve finally created a list that feels right. When I started, I had read ten books that
Sea Legs by KG MacGregor is a butch/femme vacation romance that takes us cruising on the Caribbean. It’s full of friends, exes, and unlikely attraction, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Kelly Ridenour is excited to get away and get to know Yvonne and Steph better. She’s even happier to be rooming with their friend Natalie when she sees how beautiful she is. Natalie’s lack of interest in spending time with
T-Minus Two by KG MacGregor is a guest review by Lise MacTague. She is not only a book lover but a brilliant author in her own right. You can see our reviews of her work here. – Sheena Anyone who knows me knows that I rarely read outside the sci-fi/fantasy genres, but aside from that I’m not too picky. T-Minus Two had enough space (and more than enough lesbians) in