LGBT romance novel, ‘Chasing Lightning’, has just been released, on October 1, 2014, and it is available for purchase on Amazon. This is a new, updated edition of the novel, with additional content and a brand new cover. Originally, the book was published in 2003 by Kensington Books, but the author has recently got the rights back and decided to make it available again for the public.‘Chasing Lightning’ has received amazing feedback from readers, critics, and LGBT authors.
TylerCreative.com said about the book:
‘If you like grand adventure with lots of passion, then don’t pass up the chance to read ‘Chasing Lightning’. From friendship, self-discovery, acceptance, and the true nature of love, it covers all the bases, showing what a complex set of rules we sometimes create for ourselves, and the havoc they can wreak.’
Scarlett Faye Turner is a young woman who lives in a small town in Pennsylvania and has great dreams for her future. All she wants is to go to college, leave her town and past behind, and reach the fame and financial success that will allow her to live her life the way she wants. When sexy and seductive Gina Jamison enters her life, Scarlett finally learns what true love feels like. Their relationship is full of passion, steamy encounters, and unexpected confessions. Unfortunately, their moments of happiness don’t last long, because the two women are forced to part ways.
Once she goes to college, Scarlett begins a life of adventure, romance, and self-discovery. From a women’s college in West Virginia, she then reaches the magical desert of New Mexico and the romantic Paris. She goes through a succession of lovers, and every hot encounter teaches her something about herself, but she knows that no one will ever be able to replace Gina in her heart. She hopes that one day they will see each other again and get their ‘happily ever after’.
‘Chasing Lightning’ has everything it needs to become a bestseller: a great premise, a sweet love story, steamy scenes, relatable characters, and deep messages readers can find between the lines.
It is one of those books that keep the readers glued to the pages and completely involved in the characters’ drama.
It is currently available on Amazon.
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