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Love Is… - Three Lesbian Romance Novels - cover

Love Is… - Three Lesbian Romance Novels

Harper Bliss

Publisher: Ladylit Publishing

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Summary

Three much-loved lesbian romance novels from best-selling author Harper Bliss. Each book shows love can come in many forms by incorporating fan favourite romance themes: Enemies to Lovers, Celebrity Romance and Second Chance Romance.
 
This digital box set includes The Road to You, Release the Stars (including the follow-up short story Not Yet) and Once in a Lifetime. All books have been Lesbian Romance best sellers and have garnered 300 5-star reviews between them.
 
The Road to You – Opposites attract… or do they?Workaholic Katherine and free-spirited singer Ali have disliked each other since college. Fate, however, keeps bringing them together and the paths of their lives keep crossing. Are some differences in personality simply too vast to overcome? Or are some things just meant to be?
 
Release the Stars – Can love be measured in percentages?After her girlfriend leaves her for a man, broken-hearted novelist Charlie Cross vows to never date any woman who isn’t a hundred percent certain of being a lesbian. But when she is seduced by gorgeous bisexual cooking show host Ava Castaneda, whom she’s had a celebrity crush on for ages, Charlie is forced to review her belief in percentages because true love could very well be on the line.
 
Once in a LifetimeLeigh Sterling and Jodie Whitehouse share a deep love and extreme passion in the bedroom. However, their differing desires for the future force them to go through life separately. When they see each other again eleven years after their painful breakup, an opportunity arises to explore if they really were each other’s one true love.
 
What reviewers are saying:
 
“I loved this precious romance.” – Curve Magazine
 
“This book may not follow conventional romance novel structures, but that’s exactly what makes it special” – The Lesbian Review
 
Buy this great-value box set and get ready for a rollercoaster ride of emotions!

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