This sizzling romance is the latest page-turning story from Golden Crown and Lambda Literary award-winning author Kallmaker.
Brandy Monsoon is looking for love. Since there's never a shortage of casual playmates at the tropical resort where she works, most of the time she gets it, too. And if Brandy tires of the perpetually curious - but primarily straight - women, there's always her best friend Tess for a friendly encounter... When an all-lesbian tour group arrives for a week, Brandy is sure she'll be in-paradise on earth. Among the guests is lesbian celebrity comic Celine Griffin, who has an obvious interest in an after-dinner Brandy. Celine and Brandy do find explosive pleasure together, - so why does Brandy feel as if that's no longer enough for happiness? With days and nights so delicious... who cares about tomorrow? In All the Wrong Places, Lambda award winner Karin Kallmaker spins another masterful tale of passion and love.
Lesbian Magic. The best-selling quartet that brought you Once Upon A Dyke unveils four deliciously different takes on magic in lesbian lives. Reluctant witches, tempting books, and beautiful bells - and belles - delve into the mysteries of love, lust and power. Sex Magic. Be Skyclad with Julia Watts. Do it By the Book with Therese Szymanski. Find enchantment with Barbara Johnson's Lily and lose your reason with Karin Kallmaker's Unbeliever. Woman Magic. Black cats, haunted houses, strange brews and dancing bonfires heat up the pages of this diverting quartet of erotic, imaginative tales. Curl up with a bell, a book and a dyke and let the magic be real.
Sarah MacNeil is about to put her heart in the hands of a beautiful woman who could be her salvation . . . or her ruin! Surfing high on the wave of lesbian chic, author/ screenwriter Melissa Hartley is deliciously dangerous. She knows all the right people, goes to all the right parties, says all the right things. When she meets the quiet, elegant Sarah at a hotel bar, Melissa makes all the right moves to get Sarah into her bed, then makes all the right promises to convince the usually cautious young attorney to come live with her in San Francisco. Totally captivated for the first time in her life, Sarah surrenders herself completely. Blinded by the glow of Melissa's white-hot sensuality, is Sarah setting herself up for a total meltdown?
After surviving the "vacation of a lifetime" Marissa Chabot is determined to change. She's through being a geek with fingers working magic only on keyboards. She's done with Single and Not Looking. Finally out of the closet, she files her own application with Finders Keepers, the successful, high-tech "soul-mate matching service" that she and her best friend founded. No more shrinking violet, the new Marissa is determined to get the girl. Any girl. Finders Keepers, the quest for the perfect mate in the 21st Century, joins Karin Kallmaker's Just Like That and her other incomparable novels about lesbian love, lust and laughter.
From honeymooning couples to strangers with mutual desires, there are no secrets about what goes on between embarkation, midnight buffets and ports-of-call. Passengers, entertainers, ship's crew and tour staff explore every inch of each other and their floating paradise. The lounge. The ex's stateroom. The casino. The little room no one else has realised is so handy, and so private. It's like no vacation you've ever experienced before when these two adventurous authors lure you into the deep waters where everyone gets wet.
In this follow-up to the smash bestseller "In Deep Waters," the authors deliver another passion-filled collection of lesbian erotica, with stories about games of chance, games of passion, and games of love in Las Vegas.
Jessica's sexy adventurous travels end in a romance with her neighbor.
Disliking each other--and everything they stand for--even before they meet, Toni and Syrah find feelings can change, just like that.
Golden Crown and Lambda Literary award-winning author Kallmaker presents this tale of two women, two outlooks, and two futures trying to become one.
As a behavioral scientist, Professor Nicole Hathaway's work strips away the foolish mystique that surrounds the human mating dance. When her academic tome is treated as a viral love manual" her ecstatic publisher books her to appear all over the U. S. and Europe. Worse yet, her quiet, managed life has been shattered by a series of incompetent assistants. And she's certain this Lily Smith creature isn't going to be any less a burden than the last assistant they sent her. Or the one before that. Or before that. . . Lillian Linden-Smith needs this job. With a relentless TV lawyer and public mob still out for her blood for crimes committed by her American royalty" parents, getting out of the country is her only hope for anonymity. If that means cleaning up and presenting an antisocial know-it-all Ph. D. for bookstores, clubs and lectures, fine. Dr. Hathaway may have succeeded in driving away all the others, but not this time. From their first meeting the sparks fly, and each is thinking: She has no idea who she's dealing with. It's hate at first sight in this love adventure from the author of Above Temptation, Roller Coaster and dozens of other best-selling, award-winning novels.
Sabrina Starling doesn't need love. She has fame as a concert violinist, houses on three continents, and available women for company. Nothing can shake her except the memory of her first love.
A woman is having increasing nightmares about being unable to save another woman calling to her for help.
Big city girl in a small town --Liddy Peel has culture shock. Marian Pardoo, Reference Librarian for the Iowa City Public Library, would be happy if the woman she's loved for years wasn't already married. Completely annoyed by the thoughtless out-of-towner Liddy, Marian isn't prepared for the seething passion that erupts when Liddy careens into her meticulously controlled life. Liddy has run two thousand miles from a devastating love affair. Now the idea of spending the sweltering summer watching the corn grow is driving her mad. Finding herself lusting after Marian the Librarian seems like yet another cosmic jest at her hopeless love life. The only thing that keeps her sane is the coffee. In a town where everybody knows your name... along with the names of your exes, your pets, and your third grade teacher... Marian is thankful that at least she and Liddy don't have an ex-girlfriend in common. One degree of separation is too close for comfort. Karin Kallmaker returns with an often hilarious, erotic and insightful story of a close-knit community in America's Heartland. One Degree of Separation joins her impressive string of acclaimed best sellers which includes Painted Moon, Substitute for Love, Maybe Next Time and a dozen more. Combined with her fantasy and science fiction novels written as Laura Adams, Karin has delighted, aroused and entertained lesbians worldwide..
"...a delicious romance with just a hint of intrigue...an uncommonly realistic romance, one that surmounts class, race, and closets". -- Small Press Magazine
Laura Izmani is starting over. Wiping her feet of her family, her past and her bad habits, she's determined to create a new life and career in sleepy--and very private--Woodside, California. Wealthy and famous families need home-cooked meals just like everybody else, and with several introductions and certain job in her pocket she's determined to succeed as a private chef. Only two things matter to Helen Baynor--her children and her career, in that order. She divides her time between home and New York and pays handsomely to make sure there are no gaps in watchful care over her kids. It's not ideal, but as an aging stage actress, she can't afford to let any Broadway part slip through her fingers. Two very different reasons bring Laura and Helen to the Beach Boardwalk for a symbolic ride on The Cyclone, the biggest, baddest roller coaster on the west coast. The same day, the same hour, the same first car. . . for the ride of their lives. Karin Kallmaker is a three-time winner of the Lambda Literary Award for both novels and short stories, as well as numerous other accolades over her twenty-year devotion to lesbian romance.
Autumn Bradley used the magic in her hands to save Ursula Columbine from the darkness that hunts for her. But the ordeal of her rescue has left Ursula's mind blank and her powers dimmed. Autumn only knows that it is up to her to hide the defenseless Ursula.<P>Darkness has spilled into Kelly Dove's life. She will use all her strength, no matter the cost to anyone, for what her dreams seem to promise: Ursula hers again. Taylor St. Claire risked faith and spirit to save Ursula but failed. No longer cleric, no longer priestess, Taylor's bitterness threatens to consume her completely. From the ancient music that haunts them all comes a clue in the search for Ursula, and Kelly seems only too eager to help. But the face of Ursula's captor is not the woman Taylor expects. The second volume of the Tunnel of Light trilogy continues the explosive journey of passion, heartbreak and triumph.
Motion picture producer Selena Ryan has the impossible: Fame and fortune and her integrity. Her reputation for playing fair in an industry rife with games has earned her respect from other producers, writers, and actors. She's learned the lesson that plenty of people would like to use her to get what they want--a starring role or some other way into the movies. Most of them feel no obligation to return any favors she might give. Burned badly by actress Jennifer Lamont, who used her and left her with a devastating aftermath, she's wary of everyone related to the industry. Surrounded by gatekeepers to keep the hopeful at bay, aspiring starlets have tried every trick in the book to make Selena's acquaintance. When Gail Welles literally lands in Selena's lap, she suspects another ploy. Jennifer's sudden announcement that Selena is still her one-and-only is equally ill-timed and suspect. Selena wants everyone to leave her alone, even if that means living without love. Lights, camera and action are the backdrop for this novel of taking chances by Golden Crown and Lambda Literary award-winning author Karin Kallmaker.
Sugar works hard to establish herself and her bakery business in Seatle. But, when disaster strikes in the form of a fire, she doesn't know what to do. All of a sudden, Sugar, who hasn't had a date in forever, finds herself interested in three very different women. First, there's Tree, a social worker and victim's advocate. Then, there's Charlie, the firefighter who works hard to salvage all that Sugar holds dear. Finally, there's Emily, the TV producer who hopes to make Sugar famous. Which will she choose, and, how can she choose at all when she's living with her homophobic grandmother?