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The Sitar
Price: Free! Words: 70,210. Language: English. Published: June 24, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Cultural & ethnic themes » Cultural interest, general
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From the bowels of middle-class England, bona fide Brit Muslim lesbian Jaya Chakarbatti belies her mild-mannerisms and leads her group of Lassi Lesbians from their urban Midland terraced houses to the smelly back alleys of London's gay Soho, to seek out other Gaysians. Snapshooting Britain and navigating the world of Bollywood drag queens, and the choice between reading the Quran or The Pink Paper
Blood Maiden
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 91,550. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Urban, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
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Life's rough for a teenage, Mayan, death goddess. Blood Maiden's parents think that she'd be a real killer if she just had a little more self confidence. If Blood Maiden can figure out how to deal with Zeus perving on her girlfriend, all the tangled prophecies her friends are under, and her parent's expectations, she might survive graduation. Oh, whatever. She'll be a hero.
Sweet Nod
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 62,090. Language: English. Published: September 8, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
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When a conservative senator dies in a kinky scene in a sleazy hotel, Jane Sweet is put on the case. Soon the bodies begin piling up as she and her partner, Shelby Dimitri, search for a killer that seems to be one step ahead of them. Fighting her own personal demons, Jane wonders who she can rely on when evidence is planted to point her way.
Believing Magic
Series: Believing Magic Series. Price: Free! Words: 273,390. Language: English. Published: April 29, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Dark, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
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Having never been a recreational reader, Jane Miller is not sure what to think as strange events from the book she’s reading begin to mirror into her everyday life in odd ways. She’s been told to report any unusual ‘side effects’ she experiences while in the drug study, but is ‘book deja-vu’ a side effect, or is it something that’s totally normal when your really into a good book?

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