slow-burn lesbian romance

Yes, it’s another new book from me in 2020! It’s the second of the three scheduled to be released this year.

Dare to Love is a contemporary romance that features one of the secondary characters from Write Your Own Script. If you haven’t read the latter, don’t worry, you can still read this one as a standalone! But, of course, your experience of Dare to Love can only be enhanced by reading Write Your Own Script first 😉

Here’s the blurb for Dare to Love:

“Investment banker Ash Taylor left her cut-throat world to set up a cool, cutting-edge tattoo studio. Her love life’s been a lot bumpier, though. Ever since a heart-breaking affair with a straight colleague, she’s vowed to steer clear of women unsure of their sexuality.

Talent-agency executive Carmen Lyttleton is straight, career focused, and not prone to distraction from her occasional casual relationships. When her best friend gets a tattoo at Ash’s studio, Carmen finds herself unexpectedly impressed by Ash and her business.

When they accidentally meet again, Carmen is shocked by the sparks between them and the realization that she feels a lot more than just admiration for Ash’s work ethic. It can’t possibly mean what it seems…can it?

The pull between the women is powerful but so are their fears, old baggage, and stubbornness. Can they dare to love?”

A slow-burn lesbian romance about leaving the past behind and opening your heart to new possibilities.

Available for pre-order now direct from Ylva Publishing

Release date Apr 15th at Ylva, Apr 29th on Amazon

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