Below are this week's deals on women loving women fiction from MyLesfic. These deals are typically only available for a limited time, sometimes today only.
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Anne & Erin
Deck the Halls by Caitlin Ryan
Is Christmas magic enough to bring these two women back together?
Bridget Buttermilk hates Christmas. Between raising her daughter alone and running an online crafting business, she really doesn't have time to worry about putting up a tree, or baking cookies for Santa. When's she is called into her daughter's classroom, she is shocked to find out her daughter's teacher is her high-school sweetheart. Thirteen years and one failed marriage later, she had no interest in rekindling their romance.
Valerie Rivers loves Christmas. Christmas decorations, Christmas candy, Christmas sweaters. If it's Christmas themed, she has to have it. Leaving her high-school girlfriend, Bridget, to pursue an acting career is one of her biggest regrets. When Ms. Buttermilk, Aria's mother, turns out to be Bridget, she sees a second chance at everything she walked away from.
Bridget has changed, and it's up to Valerie (with a little help from Aria) to help her rekindle her love of Christmas. Is 25 days enough to fall in love, find her Christmas spirit, and keep their sanity long enough to make it through the annual Christmas market, or do they need a Christmas miracle?
It Takes a Miracle by Jamey Moody
Is twenty-five years long enough to forget your first love?
Vanessa Perry’s summer visit to her grandparents is even better than her dreams when she meets and falls in love with Makenna Markus. The teenagers quickly make college plans and can’t wait for Vanessa’s next visit at Christmas.
But Vanessa’s mother has other ideas and does a terrible thing. Their lives will never be the same.
Do you believe in miracles? How about a Christmas miracle? Vanessa does. And twenty five years later her son, two entwined trees, and a Christmas Stroll just may be the Christmas miracle she always hoped for.
Bells Will Be Ringing by Barbara Winkes
Can a disillusioned big city lawyer find love – and the true meaning of Christmas?
After her life takes a downward turn, Dana Clover decides to visit her vacation home in the small town of Chestnut Hill. When she discovers that the property is in worse shape than she expected, she must rely on helpful townspeople to improve it for potential future owners…
One of them is Dr. Holly McEwen who has been working hard to cope with a tragic loss. Friends and neighbors try to convince the well-loved town doctor that she deserves a second chance at love—but is she ready to open her heart?
Find out in this sweet lesbian Christmas romance...
A Fox in the Orchard by Layne Baker
A shifter on the run and a lonely apple farmer ... Two wounded women opening their hearts to love again.
Fox shifter Cade knows settling down is dangerous. She can't risk being caught and sent back to the life she escaped from--until she lands on the doorstep of a beautiful, kind woman, and discovers some things are worth staying for.
Angela is used to working alone. She does all the growing, harvesting, baking, and marketing to make her business a smashing success. But beautiful, wild Cade makes her begin to realize that alone is just another word for lonely.
But when Cade's dark past pursues her to Angela's farm, everything they've worked to build may come crashing down around them ...
A Fox in the Orchard is a short and sweet lesbian romance, originally published in the charity anthology Her Wild Soulmate.
Misfit Christmas by Anne Hagan
If you want to be in the c-suite, don’t fall for a social worker.
When Sophia Vaca’s family immigrated from Ecuador to the U.S. many people helped them along their way. Her parents taught her to always pay every kindness forward. On the verge of completing college with a degree in social work, her mind is filled with dreams for the future despite the sometimes grim realities of her chosen field.
Lacie Lindly has her eye on the Chief Technology Officer position at the Denver tech company where she works. She’s not about to let the fallout from a night of indiscretion that resulted in charges and court ordered community service stop her.
When Lacie is ordered by the judge assigned to her case to finish her time at the community center where Sophia works without pay, the two clash over their differing ideals right away. Sophia sees a jaded older woman. Lacie sees the misguided idealism of youth.
Both women quickly realize they’ll need to work together to get the struggling center and the children it serves through the holidays. Around the day-to-day grind, they make plans to introduce the center to the greater Denver community and to give the kids and their families a Christmas to remember. The only thing they didn’t plan on was falling in love.
A Walk Away by Lacey Schmidt
Kat and Rand’s daily worlds are 2,100 miles apart, but something about their meeting on the magical shores of the nation’s oldest national park east of the Mississippi sparks questions that neither woman can just walk away from without answering.
Sometimes chance brings you to the right person to help you resolve some of your baggage, and you learn to like yourself a little more. Kat and Rand are smart enough to recognize this chance in each other, but they also find that there is a catch to every opportunity—walking toward something is always walking away from something else.