C.F.Lacy is a Los Angeles based writer of the offbeat short story series, “The Women's Club.”
“The Women's Club” peeks into the lives of club members revealing unmentionable desires, hidden secrets, and human frailties. Lacy's tales reign with self help elements and surprises with blushing erotic tones.
When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her daughter and husband of twenty-three years. She loves to read biographies and is presently catching up on Orange is the New Black, The Gilmore Girls, and Breaking Bad.
The Women’s Club: A Private Conversation takes us inside these doors once again, to reveal scandalous secrets never before told. Paula Johnson recounts the fascinating story of her unfortunate upbringing, over drinks with Nina Andersen, when they both find themselves escaping the reality of their worlds.
Kimberly Turner is her own worst enemy. She yearns to do something promising, but lacks the confidence. Kimberly meets Dominick De Bias, who invites her to an exclusive club. The two become lovers. Kimberly is happy for a while until her behavior threatens to wreck the relationship. She must finally come to terms with her past before she can ever be invited to join the "Women's Club."
Camille Robinson develops a crush when her law firm introduces a new partner—Barbara Norman. Barbara invites her to a lavish secret club for women in hopes of enticing her to become a member. Camille's thrill is short when Barbara explains she must pass an interview and initiation before being inducted into “The Women's Club.”