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Radclyffe is on a mission: she wants to rock your world every single year. And she does. We marvel at every year's batch of annual excellence. Swooningly romantic, shudderingly erotic, poundingly good prose that will tug at your heartstrings (etc) at the beginning of every single year, or every time you open the volume. Love stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlott Radclyffe is on a mission: she wants to rock your world every single year. And she does. We marvel at every year's batch of annual excellence. Swooningly romantic, shudderingly erotic, poundingly good prose that will tug at your heartstrings (etc) at the beginning of every single year, or every time you open the volume. Love stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlotte Dare, Sacchi Green, Anna Meadows, Radclyffe, and others span the tumultuous, exhilarating roller-coaster ride of romance, from the breathtakingly discoveries of new passion to the poignant depths of a shared lifetime. Love, newly minted or aged like fine wine, is ever young at heart—savor the pleasure of romance with Best Lesbian Romance 2013.


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Radclyffe is on a mission: she wants to rock your world every single year. And she does. We marvel at every year's batch of annual excellence. Swooningly romantic, shudderingly erotic, poundingly good prose that will tug at your heartstrings (etc) at the beginning of every single year, or every time you open the volume. Love stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlott Radclyffe is on a mission: she wants to rock your world every single year. And she does. We marvel at every year's batch of annual excellence. Swooningly romantic, shudderingly erotic, poundingly good prose that will tug at your heartstrings (etc) at the beginning of every single year, or every time you open the volume. Love stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlotte Dare, Sacchi Green, Anna Meadows, Radclyffe, and others span the tumultuous, exhilarating roller-coaster ride of romance, from the breathtakingly discoveries of new passion to the poignant depths of a shared lifetime. Love, newly minted or aged like fine wine, is ever young at heart—savor the pleasure of romance with Best Lesbian Romance 2013.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    CoffeeTimeRomance andMore

    Home to Her Country Just letting her walk away without an explanation is not something Vika is capable of doing. As much as it hurt Ana, really has no choice. Spain may be spectacularly beautiful, but Vika has not come here to sightsee. She now realizes why Ana has left, which does not stop her from hoping. Love is not always easy. Oftentimes, it takes compromise and hard work to keep it going. Where the Girls Are Sandra’s marriage has finally reached its expiration date, so now it is time to explor Home to Her Country Just letting her walk away without an explanation is not something Vika is capable of doing. As much as it hurt Ana, really has no choice. Spain may be spectacularly beautiful, but Vika has not come here to sightsee. She now realizes why Ana has left, which does not stop her from hoping. Love is not always easy. Oftentimes, it takes compromise and hard work to keep it going. Where the Girls Are Sandra’s marriage has finally reached its expiration date, so now it is time to explore her deepest desires. The want is definitely there, yet Emily knows she needs to take care. For a long time, Sandra has known, although the knowing and doing are two completely different things. Emily expertly navigates Sandra’s concerns as well as her body. The world opens up for those who have the guts to explore it. Sgt. Rae Their days as soldiers may be over. Still, Jenny will never forget how the horrors of war have brought them together. It makes Rae’s heart soar when she sees what her girl has done. The excitement escalates as she hears Sgt. Rae getting closer. Jenny puts a lot of work into setting this up, but the rewards will be worth every minute. A little thought and ingenuity goes a long way in keeping any relationship alive and flourishing. The Loneliest Road When Lila loses all hope of ever dancing again, there is only one thing left to do. It is hard to imagine life beyond the Marines, and this is the first step. The Shoe Tree is little more than a curiosity for many. For Lila, it is the end of a dream. She has hoped to do this alone. Now she is glad to have this woman share her pain. Giving up on a dream is painful and heartbreaking, but having someone who feels the same can often ease the sorrow. The Cherry Stem The fiery passion they have once shared seems to be buried under the pressure of everyday life. She sees the look in her eyes and knows it is time to do something about it. This feeling of uncertainty is driving her nuts. It will not take much for her to explode, and that is exactly what happens. It is almost impossible to imagine foreplay lasting this long. The result is well worth the wait. Life Drawing Painting is a fun past-time for Audra. This class, however, makes it feel so much more. Posing nude for a bunch of strangers is most certainly not Joni’s idea, although she cannot say she is sorry for agreeing. Audra finds it hard to concentrate when the subject she is supposed to be painting is stealing her breath away. Everything about Joni turns Audra into a quivering mess, making it very difficult to get up the courage to speak with her. I love how Audra lets her imagination run free, even if she has a hard time expressing herself beyond her canvas. Lucky Charm Ice-fishing is not exactly the most romantic of hobbies, which only makes her more determined. Winning the tournament is why Maribelle is sitting on a frozen lake in a hot pink fish shack, but it is not the only reason. The more obstacles thrown in her way, the more fun it gets. Her beautiful Maribelle is catching fish left and right, while she is exactly where she wants to be…front and center. If you have never thought fishing could be a contact sport, this story is about to change your mind. The Color of Autumn Unlike her princess sister, Dizzy can care less about what is cute and fashionable, which does not exactly make her Miss Popularity. Being the new kid on the block, Angela Hart takes the first opportunity to make a friend. Stunned speechless, Dizzy cannot stop staring at the beautiful girl who just popped out of the neighbor’s tree. The more Angela talks, the more enrapt Dizzy becomes, and all of her concerns slowly fade away. This innocent first meeting is delightfully fun and wonderfully quirky. V-Day Diaries Never having been much of a romantic, she always seems to get herself in trouble come V-Day. Bette can care less about the date on the calendar, which is a good thing considering. The chocolates, flowers and general commercialism drive her nuts. She loves that Bette is of the same mind, because they do not need a “special day” to show each other how much they care. Ah, now here are two ladies after my own heart! Why waste time and money on worthless gifts when just enjoying each other makes so much more sense? Night at the Wax Museum Feeling skittish is not how Krista Pike wants to spend the rest of her life, but for now she will just have to deal. Stuck in the same room night after night, year after year, Mina gets her fun where she can. Rats absolutely freak her out although Krista is suddenly sure what she is hearing is no rat. Mina may be wax by day, but when night falls, she is most certainly all woman, albeit one with very sharp teeth. This story takes a detour into the paranormal, which only incites the senses more. Georgia on the Mind Ladylike behavior is the end all and be all for a southerner, especially for the women in Georgia’s family. Getting her car fixed is the only thing on Sandra McKenna’s mind, which does not seem like it is going to happen any time soon. Seeing how desperate Sandra is, Georgia offers her a ride, secretly hoping it will be a beginning. Sandra has never heard anyone talk as much as Georgia. Still, she discovers she likes it…a lot. Learning to go with the flow may be a bit harder for a Yankee, although with a girl like Georgia by your side, the journey will be well worth it. Exotic Masquerade Angel may not be a wallflower exactly, yet she feels she is far from the belle of the ball. Seeing Angel watching the scene is more than she can stand. It is time to move on to more private and personal endeavors. Watching the woman chained to the wall captures Angel’s attention, but only for a moment. The woman at her back is more enticing and full of promise. Play should be a part of any relationship, which is seen at its most delectable entertaining with these two ladies. The Bucket List That one little kiss is never far from Suzanne’s thoughts. It is hard to remember why this cannot happen when Ellie is with her. The last thing Suzanne wants is to come between Ellie and her partner. Still, it does not stop her from fantasizing. There is comfort and stability in keeping the status quo, although Ellie is not at all certain she can continue to do so. This story is tinged bittersweet. You want Ellie and Suzanne to find happiness, but is it worth the pain they could cause? Tommie’s Dream Lover The desert is Tommie’s home–forever and always. Liza needs to see the world outside of this dusty little town. Heartbroken does not come close to how Tommie feels when she watches Liza drive away. She has always thought Liza to be the answer to her dream. Could she have been wrong? When you know where you belong, is it worth holding on to that place? Un-dress You Up in My Love At first, Dixie is sure this girl is the last thing she wants as a roommate. First impressions can be misleading, as Darla quickly points out. Whoever could have thought they would be here? Now Dixie is glad Darla put her in her place. You have to love a woman who knows her worth and stands up to what she believes in. The Last Rays of the Summer Sun The rhythms of the house are going to take some getting used to, but she cannot wait to begin. They have not played like this for a long time, and Angel is more than ready. With the twins off to college, the whole house is their playground once again. They will start with their favorite game show and see where the night takes them. A little friendly competition is always a great way to get the blood pumping. Staying Power Watching her ride is a thing of beauty. Then again, anything she does is captivating. Ignoring her feelings is getting harder with each passing day. Finally getting the chance to touch is almost more than she can take. Their age difference may bother her, but for now it holds no weight against their passion. A stunning woman on a magnificent horse is enough to get anyone going, and it just explodes from there. There is enough love, laughter and passion within these pages to keep everyone happy. From the sweet innocence of young love to the fulfilling richness of years together–it is all here, and each story is beautifully written. Women are complex creatures at the best of times, and these authors embrace every aspect of their personalities. If you are at all intrigued by lesbian romance–or just romance in general–this will be a fabulous addition to your collection. Lototy Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lucy Felthouse

    Best Lesbian Romance 2013 is an anthology from Cleis Press, edited by Radclyffe, contains stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlotte Dare, Sacchi Green, Anna Meadows, Delilah Devlin and Radclyffe, to name just a few. As the title suggests, it’s a book of lesbian romance tales, but this isn’t mainstream romance. Not all of the tales have erotic content or sex, but some of them do. Their common ground is the lesbian romance, of course, and the fact is these are all incredibly well-written s Best Lesbian Romance 2013 is an anthology from Cleis Press, edited by Radclyffe, contains stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlotte Dare, Sacchi Green, Anna Meadows, Delilah Devlin and Radclyffe, to name just a few. As the title suggests, it’s a book of lesbian romance tales, but this isn’t mainstream romance. Not all of the tales have erotic content or sex, but some of them do. Their common ground is the lesbian romance, of course, and the fact is these are all incredibly well-written stories. As is always the case with anthologies, there were some tales I liked better than others, but this is simply a matter of personal preference. I loved the fact that there was so much variety in this book. There were younger women, older women, ones in between. New lovers, women that only just met, jilted lovers, ladies that have been together for years… The settings also all varied massively, from a tiny village in Spain, to various points across America, to domestic settings, classrooms, wax museums, masquerade balls and much much more. My particular favourites from this collection were Cheyenne Blue’s ”Home To Her Country” and Radclyffe’s ”Staying Power”. Having said that, there wasn’t a weak story in this collection. It’s a riveting, sexy – in some stories – emotional read that’ll tug at your heartstrings. It’s full of love, loss and regret, and the imagination of the included writers is vast and brilliant. This is the first collection of Best Lesbian Romance that I’ve read, but I’ll definitely be looking out for others, whether it is the newest or older ones, as Radclyffe obviously puts together stunning anthologies. If you enjoy reading about lesbian romance across a spectrum of settings, plots and ages, then you should definitely check out Best Lesbian Romance 2013. It comes highly recommended.

  3. 4 out of 5

    BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme

    Sweetly romantic f/f is the theme for this book. Each lesbian encounter shows a different flavour of women loving women. The variety is a pleasing as well as comforting. This collection is a slow and smooth rolling arousal. It's a gentle foreplay for those who are beginning their journey into the girl on girl action. This book contains a bit of tame to kinky. Each writer does a good job of creating a self contained story with beginning, middle and end. Some kick up the heat factor while others g Sweetly romantic f/f is the theme for this book. Each lesbian encounter shows a different flavour of women loving women. The variety is a pleasing as well as comforting. This collection is a slow and smooth rolling arousal. It's a gentle foreplay for those who are beginning their journey into the girl on girl action. This book contains a bit of tame to kinky. Each writer does a good job of creating a self contained story with beginning, middle and end. Some kick up the heat factor while others generate a fond smile at the innocence. The two stories which stood out the most are Night at the Wax Museum by Delilah Devlin and The Color of Autumn by Joey Bass. Ms. Devlin delights the reader with her paranormal lover with a snarky attitude. This twist on vampires is both humourous and erotic. Sexy fun is quite arousing. Ms. Devlin balances it perfectly down to the end. The ending is fitting and with a witty bite. Ms. Bass reminds the reader of first love. In this story, an outcast slips out of her protective cocoon because of love. Young love is never sweeter than how it is shown in this short story. The way Desiree's self perception changes 180 degrees because of a chance meeting, it's heart warming. It's a fantasy dream bringing a smile to many a reader because each of us have felt awkward during our teenage years. And hopefully we all met that one person who changed our life for the better. We may not have stayed with that person forever, but they made a profound positive impact. This sentiment is powerful and why this story spoke to me. This anthology of talented f/f writers is recommended to romance readers who prefer women. *provided by BDSM Book Reviews

  4. 4 out of 5

    Cheyenne Blue

    Disclaimer: My story "Home to her Country" is included in this collection. A great collection of romance and erotic romance, with a pleasing mix of stories. There's stories of long term couples and first time encounters in a variety of settings. While the majority have happy ever after or happy for now endings, there are a couple which are more open ended which appeal greatly to this fan of the bittersweet ending. Standouts for me were "Lucky Charm" by Kate Dominic, the ever entertaining Allison W Disclaimer: My story "Home to her Country" is included in this collection. A great collection of romance and erotic romance, with a pleasing mix of stories. There's stories of long term couples and first time encounters in a variety of settings. While the majority have happy ever after or happy for now endings, there are a couple which are more open ended which appeal greatly to this fan of the bittersweet ending. Standouts for me were "Lucky Charm" by Kate Dominic, the ever entertaining Allison Wonderland's "Un-Dress You Up In My Love", "The Color of Autumn" by Joey Bass, and the powerful "Sgt. Rae" by Sacchi Green.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    I found this collection of lesbian romance stories to be fairly middling. None of them were particularly awful (though some I did dislike- the ice fishing story entitled Lucky Charm being one), but for me there were very few highlights. I also felt the title romance being stretched a little thin in parts. For instance, while I did like The Loneliest Road- a story about a woman giving up her pointe shoes, and another giving up her combat boots- I don't think romance was suitable as a title. I enj I found this collection of lesbian romance stories to be fairly middling. None of them were particularly awful (though some I did dislike- the ice fishing story entitled Lucky Charm being one), but for me there were very few highlights. I also felt the title romance being stretched a little thin in parts. For instance, while I did like The Loneliest Road- a story about a woman giving up her pointe shoes, and another giving up her combat boots- I don't think romance was suitable as a title. I enjoyed Georgia on my Mind, though I do think I'd have to shoot Georgia if I encountered her for very long. The Color of Autumn and Night at the Wax Museum were two other stories I liked, though I am tired of both manic pixie dream girls and vampire stories. But they were short and fun enough to amuse me. Stories I disliked (or found dull) include The Bucket List, Tommie's Dream Lover and V-Day Diaries. Mostly I found there wasn't any real guts behind them. I was also surprised by the sheer number of women named Angel in this book. Is it really that common?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Erzabet Bishop

    I had in my mind what to expect when I received this book from the publisher for a review. You know what they say about judging a book by it's cover. Well, sometimes what's between the covers is a whole lot hotter and so much better than expected. This collection of stories is focused on the human element of relationships and they aren't always the perfect pert little bodies of twenty year olds either. These are women that have seen a thing or two, with the scars to prove it. The authors in this I had in my mind what to expect when I received this book from the publisher for a review. You know what they say about judging a book by it's cover. Well, sometimes what's between the covers is a whole lot hotter and so much better than expected. This collection of stories is focused on the human element of relationships and they aren't always the perfect pert little bodies of twenty year olds either. These are women that have seen a thing or two, with the scars to prove it. The authors in this collection made me weep with appreciation for how they wrote about the feelings that can exist between two lovers. Sometimes tender, sometimes violent, but always full of romance and feeling. I can't recommend this anthology highly enough. Make sure you add this one to your TBR list. You won't be disappointed. 5/5

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer OKC

  8. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emily

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sophie❤️

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sandra

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jai Williams

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sonia Gonzales

  14. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

  15. 5 out of 5

    Susan

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kath

  17. 4 out of 5

    polly

  18. 4 out of 5

    wendy s madden

  19. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

  20. 5 out of 5

    Erika

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michele

  22. 4 out of 5

    Danni Mladenovic

  23. 5 out of 5

    Heatherblakely

  24. 4 out of 5

    Marie

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lucianna Wolfstone

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mouthybutthefer

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nolly Sepulveda

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

  29. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Tyrrell

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shula M

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