Discovering Delilah

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Publisher Description

Discovering Delilah is an edgy, evocative, romantic story of friendship, family, and the courage to love.


Delilah


I’ve never kissed a girl. But I want to…

I lost my parents the day I graduated from college. This summer, I thought I could finally follow my heart, and come out to my closest friends, but the guilt of going against my parents’ beliefs is crushing me, while my feelings for my best friend, Ashley, are making me want and need and crave her.

But I’ve never even kissed a girl.

What if I do everything wrong?

When another girl offers to teach me the ropes, how can I say no?

That one night changes my world and gives me the courage to go after the only girl I really want.



Ashley


Sparks aren’t just flying. They’re igniting…

I promised myself that I’d never date another girl who wasn't out.

But that was before I fell for intoxicatingly sweet and sexy Delilah.

Coming together means risking everything for both of us.

But fear stops Delilah at every turn, and I’m not sure I can risk my heart for someone who’s afraid to show the world she’s mine.


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"Finally, a realistic lesbian protagonist! The dynamic between Delilah and Ashley was super intense. Their first kiss was insanely hot and I am very much impressed with Melissa Foster's talent for sex scenes. Lesbian sex scenes always end up TOO soft and feathery. It's not realistic. This author turned up the heat." Literary Meanderings review

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
July 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
300
Pages
PUBLISHER
World Literary Press
SELLER
World Literary Press, LLC
SIZE
953.5
KB

Customer Reviews

Skip- Bi ,

Great book

This book keep you in your toes. I love it!

sarap423 ,

WOW!

As a straight person I was so mesmerized by the same-sex love stories, it kept me hooked until the end! Great writing, as always by Melissa Foster.

nehatheleo ,

Great storyline but way too wordy

It was a beautiful and touching storyline. But most of the book felt like someone’s personal journal with pages and pages filled with same thoughts repeated over and over again. That happens, I’ve journaled myself and reading back it’s same stuff rewritten. But that’s now how a novel is supposed to read.
I’d have preferred a cleaner edited version of the same story. May be it’s my attention span, but hey you’re writing to current generation whose attention span is much less than it used to be.
But in my defense I have enjoyed the pages and pages of pride of prejudice and other period romances without skimming over stuff.

A good read overall, but I had to skip over many of the diatribes.

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