Who says romance is dead? Certainly not the authors of these powerful stories of lesbians in love - and sometimes in lust. Best Lesbian Romance 2009, edited by the award-winning author of such books as When Dreams Tremble and Turn Back Time, presents the juiciest, most seductive love stories written today. Putting a new spin on the subject, these stories explore the underlying emotions and complex relationships that help define love between women. From a shy glance across a crowded room, to a casual meeting at a dinner party, to an accidental encounter on a street corner, this collection of romantic interludes showcases the many ways love can be both lost and found. Contributors include Jennifer Fulton, Karin Kallmaker, Radclyffe, Rakelle Valencia, and Alison Tyler.
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Yes, most of these stories were so well written and told stories of love that can be understood by anyone (homosexual or heterosexual) we're all entitled to love and the feelings compel us to do things that are sometimes very silly, and at other times very noble. .
There were many since this is an anthology of 22 stories. I did have some I enjoyed more than others but each had it's moments.
Alexandra Wilde was wonderful with emotions and voices. She's also great at expressing passion and love.
All the stories were good but my favorites which I've already listened to more than once are The Usual, Last Call, In Flight, Eyes, Hyde, Sand Castle Queen, Cuts, Absinthe, In Your Pocket, The Traveler, Sugar and Snow, Melange, Music on the Wind. If you've ever been in love and enjoy hearing about love from more than one angle......this is a very nice collection.
rambunctiously soft spoken.
I have no complaints there's something for everybody here , at least one of the story's should tickle your fancy.
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