Substitute for love

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Naiad Press, 2001 - Fiction - 271 pages
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When Holly's best friend Tori takes her to a dance for lesbians only, she realizes that Tori is gently trying to push her out of the closet. While it was true that Holly had been trying to come to terms with her growing attraction toward women, no one expected Holly to take one look at the mysterious Reyna and fall hopelessly in lust. Unable to resist the purely physical appeal of Reyna's sensuous demands, Holly quickly succumbs to Reyna's delicious seduction. After a night of delirious passion, Reyna gives Holly a long kiss and single rule: 'Call whenever you want me to make love to you. There can be nothing else.'

Although sexually fulfilled for the first time in her life, Holly soon realizes that pleasure without emotion is no substitute for love - a love she knows she and Reyna could share. Knowing too well the high cost of living in shadows and denial, Holly risks everything and sets out to pierce the deep shroud of mystery surrounding the woman she has come to love.

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User Review  - Gaelle Cathy - Goodreads

Admittedly, there aren't any Kallmaker's book that I haven't -at least- appreciated. So, call me a fan maybe, but still there is something with that book that's very different. The writing, the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kelly - Goodreads

My first lesbian fiction written by a lesbian author! Read full review


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