Each story is also available individually from Amazon, and each book can stand alone. These lesbian contemporary love stories include graphic sex and are for adults only.
Love’s Perfect Vintage (Lesbian Light Reads 1) by Elizabeth Andre
Would you let your mother find your next girlfriend? Beautiful thirty-two year old African-American Aisha Watson works hard all week and plays hard all weekend. But her heart was recently broken, and she’s not even sure she wants to be in love again after a series of dating disasters. Aisha’s mother decides to find her a nice girl.
Journey to Passion (Lesbian Light Reads 2) by Jade Astor
While attempting to recover from a failed relationship, Andrea treats herself to a vacation to Rome. There she meets an American who has traveled to Italy to restore classic artwork for a museum. The sparks fly fast and hot between the two women.
Lesbian With Dog Seeks Same (Lesbian Light Reads 3) by Elizabeth Andre
Beautiful African-American Jordan is quite happy spending most of her free time hanging with her dog Minnie. She doesn’t need a girlfriend. Her life is just fine as it is. Jordan’s life begins to change one early Sunday morning when Minnie meets Arrow, a golden retriever, at the dog park, and Jordan meets Arrow’s owner, a sexy woman with pale translucent skin and hazel eyes. Minnie likes Arrow. Jordan slowly realizes that she likes Arrow’s owner even more. She has to find her again, even though she doesn’t know her name, and begins to realize that her life will be even better with this woman in her life.
Bodies in Motion (Lesbian Light Reads 4) by Elizabeth Andre
How often does a woman get to rewrite her past and stake a claim to her future in one fell swoop? Gorgeous Shondra Frazier gets that chance. An ex-girlfriend from college, Lynette Johnson, pops back into Shondra’s life at nearly the same time that she meets Denyse Gabriel, one of the few African-American female PhD physicists in the world. Shondra realizes attention from Denyse, with her long black hair and high collar tweed jacket, is what she wants. Denyse, however, is heading to a months-long project in Antarctica while Lynette is sticking around and more than willing to keep Shondra company. Shondra has to decide whether she will stay safe and start up again with her long lost college love or if she will wait for Denyse to return.
Right Time For Love (Lesbian Light Reads 5) by Elizabeth Andre
When Hannah, a 65-year old retired nurse, goes on a Caribbean cruise with a bunch of her friends all she wants to do is win the euchre tournament. She’d like to fall in love, but suspects it may be too late for her. On the cruise, Hannah recognizes an old friend from decades ago and realizes that it may never be too late for love. Joyce is a fellow retired nurse who lost her husband five years before and hasn’t had love since. Hannah is afraid of being Joyce’s vacation lesbian experiment. Joyce never thought she would find love again, and it never occurred to her that love would take the form of a woman. Together they navigate the rocky waters of love found when they both least expect it.
Landing Love (Lesbian Light Reads 6) by Elizabeth Andre
All Lila wants to do this winter is skate. The beautiful 20-something figure skater is done with dating until mini-skirt season. Then one crisp morning, Lila meets Ashley. Not only is Ashley stunningly good-looking with long ash blond hair, she can land an Axel, an advanced jump that has eluded Lila. Ashley agrees to coach Lila the following weekend. When Ashley doesn’t show, Lila realizes that she wasn’t that serious about taking a break from dating, and she doesn’t care if she ever lands an Axel. She does care about kissing Ashley again.
About the Author
Jade Astor is a longtime fan of Gothic-themed love stories and has been reading authors like Victoria Holt, Mary Stewart, and Daphne Du Maurier since childhood. Later, she became involved in writing paranormal and sci-fi fan fiction, back when such publications were still run off on photocopiers, stapled together, and shipped out to other fans in manila envelopes. Years later, she was delighted to find a thriving population of like-minded writers and readers in the e-book community. Naturally, she set about trying to fuse these various interests to create the kind of stories she would have enjoyed reading herself.