My Story: Two Steps Back, tells the story of two women, Juliet and Heather, former partners whose relationship broke down a few years ago.
Either by chance, or by design, Juliet and Heather are thrown together when Juliet takes a mini-vacation to try and find her writing voice again after battling a serious illness. Whilst Heather is the last person Juliet expected – or would have wanted to see, Heather seizes the opportunity in both hands and makes one last, desperate bid for a second chance at love.
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By Meg Leigh
Constable Miranda is checking on a robbery victim at the hospital when she meets a nurse with the prettiest blue eyes. Miranda’s on the job, though, so she tells herself not to get involved, but that’s before a freak accident lands Miranda herself in the hospital with a concussion. Her hard head saves her from serious injury, but gives her the chance to meet Lorraine again. Will coincidence bloom into something much stronger than friendship?
The Toy Shop
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Sianna drives past the shop every day on her way to and from work. The window display, ever changing and ever challenging, draws Sianna’s attention until she is helpless to resist it’s magical allure and steps into a world of heady pleasure within Adria’s Toy Shop.
To Love and To Cherish
an anthology of lesbian love and marriage
Editors: Beth Wylde, Lara Zielinsky
Format: Trade paperback
Evoking the importance of equality for everyone, To Love and To Cherish, showcases fourteen tales of passionate love and heartfelt devotion between women. The writers of SapphicPlanet and loveyoudivine bring you these diverse tales about the many forms of lesbian love and yes… marriage.
From their proposals through to the big day, and the many sweet and sexy loving days between them, these women will sweep you along and make it known that… marriage matters.
Proceeds from the sales of this anthology benefit the non-profit organization Marriage EqualityUSA. The authors, editors, and publisher are not associated with MEUSA, but wished to support their work with this contribution.
To Love and To Cherish will release in trade paperback on February 14th.
After Proposition 8 was passed in the United States, I think I went into shock for a few days. It seemed almost impossible that the world could progress far enough that an African American was elected President, and yet, allow a proposition that discrimminates against a group of people based on a part of themselves which cannot be changed to gain favor.
When I heard about a proposed Anthology to raise money for Marriage Equality, I knew I couldn’t miss the opportunity.
Equal rights affects us all no matter where in the world we are. I readily put my name into the mix of authors working on stories for To Love and To Cherish.
My partner and I held our commitment ceremony at our home in November 2006, at which my eldest sister made a speech in which she said: “Love is arbitrary, it is not governed by the laws of man.”
My story “This Magic” is included in Volume 3 of TLTC “Lives and Wifes” and reminds us that not only is love outside of the laws of man, but it also transcends time and mortality. My character, near the end of her life, reflects on the magic of the love she shared with her beloved partner and conjures that magic once again with her devoted memories.
“To Love and To Cherish” is available at www.loveyoudivine.com
Volume 3: Lives and Wives –http://www.loveyoudivine.com
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