Don't Say Goodbye

What if you fell for the most impossible woman: your best friend’s girlfriend? Maxine “Max” Hallwell has spent her entire life making the safe decisions. It’s not that she never had dreams, but while her childhood best friend, Joanna, risked everything to start her own business, Max went to work at a call center. But when Joanna introduces Max to her new girlfriend Fiona, everything changes... More

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About Judy Morgan

I’ve been reading and loving lesbian fiction since I found out such wonderful stories existed a very long time ago. These stories helped me immensely when I was first coming out…they made me feel less alone, and I counted some of my favorite books as dear friends. Now, I’m many years past my coming out period, and I’ve read hundreds and hundreds of lesbian stories. Like Max in my story, I’ve spent a bit too much time making safe decisions…putting out this book into the world is probably the most unsafe thing I’ve ever done. But after reading and loving so many love stories, I wanted to follow my heart and do what I’d always wanted to do: write one of my own. I really hope that you liked DON’T SAY GOODBYE.

Unlike Max in my story, I’m pretty lucky. I met my partner over a decade ago, and this past decade, because of her, has been the happiest of my life. I write most of my stories with our dog, Bob, asleep on my legs. I really enjoy hiking, but my bad knee keeps me from the trails I’d really like to tackle. Maybe someday I’ll write a hiking story. If you have a rainbow bumper sticker on your car and I’ve seen you driving, I’ve probably waved at you. I’m an outgoing gal who loves going to rodeos, potlucks and walks for charity. In my spare time, when I’m not at the day job or writing, I’m reading and inventing nicknames for our dog, which I think he secretly likes just as much as the treats and walks. I am half-owner of the most spoiled dog in the world, and I’m perfectly okay with that.

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