Lesbian Romance: Lesbian Fiction "To Kiss A Girl"

by Kristine Robinson


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Lesbian Romance: Lesbian Fiction "To Kiss A Girl" by Kristine Robinson
A Steamy First Time Lesbian Romance
Daisy
I never wanted to be a lawyer, but it seemed the path was predestined. And I was never one to go against the grain, or my parents. Sure, that meant I barely knew the meaning of fun. Until one day.
I escaped my tedious life on a whim and went to a place all my girlfriends had had wild parties before without me. I found another path, another destiny, where I felt free and finally had fun! I soon realized I couldn’t live without my other secret life and the unexpected connections I’d made. I couldn’t live without her or the soul-soothing jazz music we shared.
Cale
She was a spoilt, boring rich girl, or so she thought. That’s never how I saw her. I saw a brave soul on the hunt for her real passion in life. And she found it! I wasn’t sorry she felt torn between her mundane life and our magical, carefree, musical world. We made a connection, not just through the music, and I couldn’t stand the thought of losing her!

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is a stand-alone story with an HEA, so no cliff-hangers! This story contains explicit love scenes and is intended for 18+ readers only.


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Lesbian Romance: Lesbian Fiction "To Kiss A Girl" by Kristine Robinson