This seven-book series starts with a twist of mystery when Maggie finds a relic of an ancient civilization that draws two women together and starts a love story you'll never forget. Maggie McPherson, who enlists the help of a blue-eyed archaeologist to put the pieces together, develops a strong attraction that turns into love and continues to the crescendo of a big lesbian wedding.
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At last, a lesbian romance with a twist of mystery...a relic of an ancient civilization draws two women together and starts a love story you'll never forget. When a sacred Indian artifact is rediscovered, the puzzle begins for Maggie McPherson, who enlists the help of a blue-eyed archaeologist to put the pieces together as the two women develop a strong attraction.
Maggie, the lesbian owner of a vintage furniture store, longs to spend more time with her new lover, the beautiful, overly busy archaeologist. But after a tree fell on the store, and with Beatty preparing to bring her little girl with Down's Syndrome home, and the extra care she needs to give the injured little dog, Miss Roxy, it seems impossible. Now Zelia's sister shows up with big plans that could make things worse or makes things a lot better. You have heard of those tiny houses haven't you?
It takes more than a tree falling on her home to stop Maggie McPherson from pursuing her lesbian romance with the elusive archaeologist who may turn out to be the woman of her dreams! Deep in the foundation of the damaged building is a clue to the mysterious lives of the women, who may have cooked for patrons of the Speakeasy back when it was illegal to sell alcohol.
She kissed me and it was like everything was moving in slow motion, our undressing ourselves one piece at a time as we kissed and held each other and curled up, around, and almost inside each other, so slow and gentle until it was like we caught fire and consumed each other and became one fire together, like a sunset at the end of a cloudy day. I couldn't tell where she stopped and I started. I felt I could will her hands to move and touch me just the way I wanted, and she could do the same.
Maggie and Zelia have come along way in this seven-part series, which reaches a crescendo in this last story. All the cast of characters will be there for the wedding along with family that we have not heard about. It was worth the wait just to meet Zelia's southern belle feminist mother and Maggie's Uncle Pig. These lesbians, who are active in their community which is seen as they plan their wedding, rescue dogs and run fundraisers all at the same time. This book is filled with women you can love and you will miss them.
A real lesbian love story. The contemporary lesbian love affair deepens in this sixth story in the 50 Shades of the Lesbian Rainbow series.
The family is really taking shape. A family happens when people commit themselves to each other for the long haul. It doesn't always look like we grew up believing it would look. Maggie and Zelia and Betty and her special daughter are coming together in the ways that work for all of them.