The Lily and the Crown
Ariana “Ari” Geiker lives an isolated life on an imperial space station commanded by her father. The skilled, young botanist rarely leaves her living quarters, where she maintains an elaborate garden. When an imperious older woman is captured from a pirate ship and given to her as a slave, Ariana’s perfectly ordered life is thrown into chaos. Her nameless slave is watchful, intelligent, dangerous, and sexy, and seems to know an awful lot about tactics, star charts, and the dread, marauding pirate queen, Mir. What happens when the slave also reveals an expertise in seduction to her innocent mistress?
The Lily and the Crown is a lesbian romance about daring to risk your heart with someone you shouldn’t.
Book was amazing
this book takes you on a trip in a different galaxy that is in the future yet has some historical characteristics with 2 likable and complex characters .... so entrenching story wise... this is a full story and romance and erotic novel and a reality check in some ways...this is one of the most refreshing lesbian romance books I read in a while...
A great read, couldn’t put it down
I bought this book around 8 or 9pm then finished it at 1:30am. Needless to say, it’s an amazing piece of LGBTQ+ literature and has great representation. Other than being an epic romance, of course. I could not have any higher praise for The Lily and the Crown!