Sweet Lesbian Love Stories by Giselle Renarde

An mini-anthology of lesbian romance shorts (NO erotic content)

Sweet lesbian love stories

Seven sweet stories of lesbian love by award-winning queer author Giselle Renarde.

Need a break from hot and spicy romance? Find original lesbian fiction between this book’s clean covers, as well as tales that have been featured in prestigious collections such as Best Lesbian Romance and Best Lesbian Love Stories.

Opposites attract after two volunteers get off to a rocky start in Beginning Badly. In Flash Freeze, Lauren falls hard for Zarina—so hard she smacks her head on the sidewalk. Hailey doesn’t know how to tell Sashi her biggest secret in When Hailey Met Sashi, but Yvonne and Deva live happily ever after (after saving a man’s life on their wedding day!) in Going to the Chapel.

Seven sweet lesbian love stories sealed with a kiss!

Genre: FICTION / Gay

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English


Word Count: 25,000

Sales info:

A relatively new book to market with consistent sales stats across vendors.

Sample text:

I can’t let her see me.

Rushing across the street, I do my damnedest to cut over to the next block.  My feet are not cooperating, and I feel like a cartoon character, sliding and jumping, limbs flailing in every direction, oranges flying out of my bag and rolling down the sidewalk.

Sooner or later it was bound to happen, and apparently today’s the day.

My boots slide out from under me and I go down hard.  My butt smacks the ice and my head gets cold cement.  All I can do is lie here staring up at the bare branches, black against a grey-blue sky.  Maybe it’ll snow later.

“Oh my God!”

I hear her voice, but I don’t think she knows it’s me. Not just yet.

“Oh my God, are you okay?”

I feel her footfalls as she runs up from behind me, tumbling to her knees at my side.  She’s got the widest dairy-cow eyes I’ve ever seen, which only grow wider with recognition.

“Lauren,” she says, gasping.  “Oh my God, Lauren, are you okay?”

Her long black hair cascades over one shoulder.  It’s one of the coldest days of the year and she isn’t wearing a hat.  That almost makes me angry because I care for her so damn much.  And that definitely makes me angry, because after what she did to me I don’t want to care for her at all…

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Marlies Perman
Translation in progress. Translated by Katharina Habel
Already translated. Translated by Panagiota Vakola
Already translated. Translated by Scila Bertini
Already translated. Translated by Mariana Baroni
Translation in progress. Translated by Gabby Minou

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