Liz Driver has dreams of going to college in Los Angeles and studying to be a screenwriter or a director. She works at the Sunrise Cinema in her beautiful seaside town, and obsesses over classic films. There's only one problem - Liz's alcoholic, controlling father will do anything to keep her from leaving.
Liz has all but given up on her dreams, until she meets a beautiful girl who shares all her passions and encourages her to follow her dreams. When Liz learns the girl's true identity, she finds herself tantalizing close to all of her Hollywood dreams. But she soon learns that even a dream can have a hidden dark side.
Can Liz ever have her Hollywood ending - or will all her dreams disappear before she even gets a chance to go after them?More info →
Second book in the series: Lesbian Cop Romance Fiction by Felicia Strobe!
Trish Grayson and Daisy Rodriguez are doing everything they can to balance their growing relationship with their ongoing professional partnership. Still, no matter how much they try, something always seems to be holding them back.
More than anything, they want to be together without the pressures of their job coming between them, but when Trish asks Daisy to move in with her they both begin to realize just how much their job is coming between them.
When a new case lands in their lap, their already tense relationship becomes even more so as old, painful memories begin to resurface. They delve into the one thing they’ve learned to do well together: work.
Things quickly speed up as Trish and Daisy fight to solve the most devastating and high profile case of their careers. Can they come out of this case unscathed? Or will their relationship eventually fail along with their elusive murderer?More info →
Trish Grayson and Daisy Rodriguez take on a serial killer—the Mandragora Killer—who has been terrorizing the west coast when one of his victims is found in Chicago. It is a whole new kind of horror for Trish to witness, and for the first time in her short career, she can feel her fear rising beyond controllable measures.
Things get more complicated when Daisy’s ex-wife shows up to help the investigation. According to her, she is a psychic. But her visions and advice are useless, and her treatment of Daisy is even worse. Daisy clearly can’t think straight when she is around that woman, and it is all Trish can do to keep the two of them afloat through this crisis.
Amidst corpses, fear, and past grief, Trish Grayson must find the Mandragora Killer before he claims another victim while helping her partner cope with resurfacing sorrow. Otherwise, everything that matters to Trish could be ripped away from her.More info →
When not with her long time best friend, Karen, Rebecca Glass is well known to have her nose in a good fairy tale story. She believes in true love, everlasting loyalty and being woken up from a deep sleep with a simple tender kiss. Why should she not believe in these things when her parents twenty-plus-year marriage is the perfect example?
Lately her best friend’s disbelief in her love for these stories bothers Rebecca and she knows why: Rebecca is head over heels for Karen and if Karen doesn’t believe in true love, how could she ever feel the same feelings for Rebecca?
The young women are going off to college soon, and as life quickly changes for them, things seemingly start to shift between them from true friendship to…something else.
Rebecca soon learns her family may not be the perfect family after all and the burning love she’s held for Karen hits a breaking point. Can true love exist and last in a world that’s so not a fairy tale?More info →
As summer begins, Rebecca and Karen's find themselves facing separation sooner than they expected. Karen is offered a chance to perform at a Summer Stock Theatre in Ohio, led by her hero, while Rebecca is being shipped off to stay with her grandparents in a small, coastal town in Maine.
Karen finds herself swept away in a new world of excitement and passion, while Rebecca is lonely, isolated - with only her cold, unfeeling grandparents for company.
Rebecca and her father are still reeling from her mother's affair - and now her mother is trying to force her way back into Rebecca's life.
As she deals with her family drama, Rebecca is finding Karen is pulling farther and farther away from her - and a new girl, Claire, is attempting to get closer.
Can Rebecca keep believing in her and Karen's fairy tale when the world tries to come between them? What happens when true love's first kiss doesn't lead straight to a happily ever after?More info →