Radclyffe’s Best Lesbian Romance 2014 – Possiblity, Passion and Promise
Falling in love opens us up to new possibilities we never imagined, bringing a deeper sense of self and a greater appreciation for life. Whether you are at the beginning of your love journey or far down the road, Radclyff’s Best Lesbian Romance 2014 has stories of intimacy and soaring desire.
A blind date turns out to be the start of something special in Jillian Boyd’s “Aussie Girl.” A grieving widow gets back in the saddle of life and love, in “Second Chances,” by Jade Melisande. Shisuma’s “An Adventure” is a love song to marriage and the fire of attraction growing stronger over the years. Award-winning editor Radclyffe and the rest of the best will guide you on unforgettable, rosy-tinted adventures of endless possibilities. ISBN 9781627780100.
Radclyffe, a retired surgeon and full time author-publisher, has published over thirty-five novels as well as dozens of short stories, has edited numerous anthologies, and, writing as L. L. Raand. She is a seven time Lambda Literary Award finalist in romance, mystery and erotica–winning in both romance and erotica. A member of the Saints and Sinners Literary Hall of Fame, she is also a 2010 RWA/FF&P Prism Award Winner, an Independent Publisher’s award winner (IPPY), an Alice B. Readers’ award Winner, and a finalist for the Benjamin Franklin award, the ForeWord Review Book of the Year award, and the 2010 Heart of Excellence Readers’ Choice award. She is also the president of Bold Strokes Books, one of the world’s largest independent LGBT publishing companies.
Radclyffe states, “I began reading lesbian fiction at the age of twelve when I found a copy of Ann Bannon’s Beebo Brinker. That book and others like it convinced me that I was not alone, that there were other women who felt like I did. Our literature provides support and validation and very often, a lifeline, for members of our community throughout the world. I am proud and honored to be able to publish the many fine authors at Bold Strokes Books and to contribute in some small way to the words that the celebrate LGBTQ experience.”