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By Ronica Black
What Jude Jaeger seeks is simple. What she needs is complicated. Woman. She has one a night at Conquest, sometimes two. And she gives them what no one else can or will. Pleasure. But outside the club, Jude isn't interested in women, keeping them at arm's length. That is until she's meets Mary, a woman who responds to her touch like none of the others. When Mary shows up at the college where Jude teaches, all the emotions Jude thought she could live without come rushing back stronger than ever.
Mary Brunelle is a socially awkward loner who goes to a private club and finds herself in the arms of a beautiful stranger who conquers every last inch of her and then disappears into the night. Mary tries to find her, desperately wanting to see her again, but has no success until one day in class she looks up to see that the mystery woman is there. And she's her professor. Mary soon sets forth on her own conquest, but can she tame the ultimate dominatrix?
By MJ Williamz
Movie star Jean Sanders is America's Sweetheart in 1946. She's also a lesbian, which she tries to keep concealed from the prying eyes of her public. She's been very discreet in her encounters until she meets Maggie Crawford, an up-and-coming actress. They fall in love and want to spend every moment together. They devise a guise under which Maggie will move in with Jean to study acting. The ruse works until a reporter snaps a picture of the two of them gazing lovingly into each other's eyes.
They are told by the studio head that if they continue living together, they'll be fired, so they split up, each afraid of ruining her career. Can they overcome the social mores of the day and find everlasting love?
By MJ Williamz
Jesse Garrett still grieves the death of her partner four years ago. The only thing that makes her feel alive are the nameless women with whom she shares her bed. And her art. When the opportunity arises for her to travel to Paris to study art, Jesse agrees to leave her dead-end job and take her chances in Paris.
Odette owns a café across the street from Jessie’s dorm. Jesse frequents the café, mostly to see Odette with her silver hair and deep green eyes. It’s attraction at first sight.
Their love burns hot until Odette has a stroke, leaving her unable to remember Jesse. Will Odette ever remember her or must Jesse spend the rest of her time in Paris alone?
Isa has begun to dream of the most amazing woman—a woman named Lilith with a gorgeous face, an amazing body, and the ability to turn Isa on like no other. But Lilith is just a dream...isn't she?
Lilith is indeed real. She is a sexual Dreammaker, a being who exists solely to bring pleasure to humans while they sleep. And soon, Lilith finds she is falling for Isa, falling hard, something a Dreammaker is never supposed to do. Is there any way they can truly be together, or will their relationship have to remain as it is—just a dream?
By Lesley Gowan
Laura owns what might be the world's most extensive collection of BDSM lesbian erotica, but that's as close as she's gotten to the world of her fantasies. Until, that is, her friend Adele introduces her to Adele's mistress Jeanne—art collector, heiress, and experienced dominant. Nothing in Laura's reading prepares her for the powerful reaction she has to Jeanne or how completely she is captivated by this sensual new world. With Jeanne's first command, Laura's life changes forever.
But even the most commanding mistress can't always control a willful submissive, and Adele's jealousy challenges Jeanne's dominance and Laura's place in their world. What Jeanne and Laura learn about themselves on their erotic journey will either drive them apart or change the very nature of their lives.
By MJ Williamz
The year is 1969 and passions run high. You’re either for the Vietnam War or you’re not. Tommy Benton is decidedly not. She lives on a commune and demonstrates against the war every chance she gets. She considers those fighting the war to be baby killers. Dolly Samson is a nurse on a Navy ship, and she tends to the sick and wounded. When she goes on liberty, she meets Tommy and the attraction is instantaneous. They burn hot for each other, but how long can that flame last given their differences? And when liberty is over and Dolly goes back on the ship, will Tommy stand by her? Or will their political differences destroy any hope for happiness?