Too Late... I Love You

Too Late… I Love You is the new novel from best-selling, award-winning author Kiki Archer.

Connie Parker isn’t convinced by this falling in love lark. Falling hurts, you end up with bruises and scars.

She has the perfect answer: she’ll write about love instead.

"The twists and turns and surprises just keep coming - read it now!" Diana Simmonds, Curve Magazine. More

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Words: 80,550
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311216403
About Kiki Archer

Kiki Archer is a UK-based lesbian fiction novelist and winner of the Ultimate Planet’s Independent Author of the Year Award in 2013. She also received an honourable mention in the 2014 Author of the Year category.

Kiki won Best Independent Author and Best Book with Too Late... I Love You at the 2015 Lesbian Oscars.

Her debut novel, the best-selling But She is My Student, won the UK’s 2012 SoSoGay Best Book Award.

Its sequel, Instigations, took just 12 hours from its release to reach the top of the UK lesbian fiction chart.

Kiki topped the lesbian fiction charts in 2013 with her best-selling third novel, Binding Devotion, which was a 2013 Rainbow Awards finalist.

One Foot Onto The Ice broke into the American contemporary fiction top 100 as well as achieving the US and UK lesbian fiction number one.

The sequel When You Know went straight to number one on the Amazon UK, Amazon America, and Amazon Australia lesbian fiction charts, as well as number one on the iTunes, Smashwords, and Lulu Gay and Lesbian chart.

Her latest novel Too Late... I Love You has been her most successful to date winning the National Indie Excellence Award for best LGBTQ book, The Gold Global eBook Award for best LGBT Fiction and making that transition into the mainstream contemporary romance charts. It was also a Rainbow Awards finalist and received an honourable mention.

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