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Sun-soaked beaches, glittering blue pool surfaces and oceans painted by an orange-hued sunset have one thing in common: they’re the perfect background for falling in love. Who hasn’t felt that first wave of butterflies rise deep in their belly while pool side? Or that first quickening of the pulse when lounging on a lush patch of grass during a music festival? Summer is the perfect time to indulge in that sudden rush of first love or, equally so, the warm grip of long-fostered feelings for another woman.

This collection of fourteen stories runs the gamut of lesbian holiday romance stories. An Australian cookery course, a Belfast coffee shop, and even a romance writers’ conference are some of the backdrops for the summer love that unfolds in this lesbian romance anthology. Tamsin Flowers’s Drive Me Crazy takes place during Glastonbury, while Katya Harris’s sensual tale of passion between long-time lovers is entirely set by the side of the pool. Newcomer Brooke Winters brings us an irresistible tale of a woman running into a Mistress she’s played with in Spain, while Lucy Felthouse’s heroine gets much more heat than she bargained for when she goes volcano-watching on Lanzarote.

With stories by highly rated authors, including Annabeth Leong, Allison Wonderland, Erzabet Bishop and Harper Bliss, this collection is the perfect sensual companion to any holiday.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 793 KB
  • Print Length: 245 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 9881420466
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  • Publisher: Ladylit Publishing (June 8 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Z8J5YZ4
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There are few things I love more than a hot anthology put together by LadyLit's own Harper Bliss. This one is extra special as this time her co-editor is her wife Caroline Manchoulas. Summer Love is an spicy anthology of fourteen amazing authors. All of the stories involve women getting away from their real lives for awhile during the summer. Not only are these stories sexy many of them include a chance at love and new beginnings.

1. We start out with Cheyenne Blue's Stepping Out. Its a sweet short about a solitary American woman who takes a vacation in Australia at a woman's cooking retreat. I loved all the underlying emotions Ms Blue brought forth.
2. Camille Duvall is a new to me author. Her tale Mother's Tongue of one of a lovely coming of age and reunion. This was very well written.
3. Tasmin Flowers is also new to me. In her Drive Me Crazy a young woman travels to a music festival. Not all goes as planned and she finds a wonderful surprise instead.
4. In the Honey-Sweet Sunshine Kayta Harris tells of a work-a-holic woman and her partner on a vacation to rediscover themselves and each other. They do this in a most delightful way!
5. Jess had booked a vacation with her girlfriend before being dumped. She asks a friend who also bails. In AL Brooks' Third Time Lucky we find out that the 3rd time really is the charm.
6. Lucy Felthouse brings us a tale of a volcano tour and the sexy tour guide in her story A Most Spectacular View. Morgan has some thinking to do but Riya is proving to be VERY convincing, yum!
7. Summer Stock by Emily L. Byrne is a bit different. In this drama the lead is an older woman who is a bit down on herself and has little confidence after a failed relationship. Maybe Rizzo can help her find her footing again.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9b8e1534) out of 5 stars 11 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c10f0a8) out of 5 stars Another Great from LadyLit July 3 2015
By Ameliah Faith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
There are few things I love more than a hot anthology put together by LadyLit's own Harper Bliss. This one is extra special as this time her co-editor is her wife Caroline Manchoulas. Summer Love is an spicy anthology of fourteen amazing authors. All of the stories involve women getting away from their real lives for awhile during the summer. Not only are these stories sexy many of them include a chance at love and new beginnings.

1. We start out with Cheyenne Blue's Stepping Out. Its a sweet short about a solitary American woman who takes a vacation in Australia at a woman's cooking retreat. I loved all the underlying emotions Ms Blue brought forth.
2. Camille Duvall is a new to me author. Her tale Mother's Tongue of one of a lovely coming of age and reunion. This was very well written.
3. Tasmin Flowers is also new to me. In her Drive Me Crazy a young woman travels to a music festival. Not all goes as planned and she finds a wonderful surprise instead.
4. In the Honey-Sweet Sunshine Kayta Harris tells of a work-a-holic woman and her partner on a vacation to rediscover themselves and each other. They do this in a most delightful way!
5. Jess had booked a vacation with her girlfriend before being dumped. She asks a friend who also bails. In AL Brooks' Third Time Lucky we find out that the 3rd time really is the charm.
6. Lucy Felthouse brings us a tale of a volcano tour and the sexy tour guide in her story A Most Spectacular View. Morgan has some thinking to do but Riya is proving to be VERY convincing, yum!
7. Summer Stock by Emily L. Byrne is a bit different. In this drama the lead is an older woman who is a bit down on herself and has little confidence after a failed relationship. Maybe Rizzo can help her find her footing again. I could so identify with Regan, this was a lovely tale.
8. Ms Brooke Winter's title of Mistress had me intrigued. The first sentence took me by surprise and shock and tingles! A Domme travels to Spain to claim the Sub of her dreams. Oh my gosh it was so perfect, so sweet and beautiful and well, just, thank you! I have to find more of your stories!
9. A Good Read by RJ Layer is just that. Oh the serious awe factor and romance, not traditional but gentle and quaint. Even with no hot and heavy sex scene was really, really good. I actually believe a sex scene would have ruined the story.
10. Erzabet Bishop brings us a wonderful, heartfelt drama in Orchard Rain. Kim has had a row with her lady Maggie over finances. They meet at a wedding that Maggie has planned as part of her job. Their reconciliation is sexy and sweet. I was intensely enchanted with this story.
11. The Boi Who Cried Wolfe was seriously fun with references to people and books but with an authors name like Allison Wonderland I would expect no less.
12. Old College Friends by Annabeth Leong is a lovely romance about the reunion of college friends. It is a real feel good story and wonderful too.
13. KA Smith takes us on a ride to reunite long distance lovers in Free Summer. I loved the gentleness and caring. This is another author I need to read more from.
14. Last but certainly not least, the incomparable Harper Bliss brings us A Matter of Inclination. This This is a beautiful story that revolves around two long time friends discovering each other in a whole new way. I loved this gentle drama partially because of the unusual leads.
This is a great book and I am so very glad I had the opportunity to read it!!

This is a F/F Book.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c10f0fc) out of 5 stars Really good :) July 20 2016
By TJB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Anthologies are excellent for discovery. And they're also pretty much angst free, which suits me just fine. Mother Tongue by Camille Duvall was a real stand out and was sad when I searched for more from her to come up empty. Third Time by A.L. Brooks was brilliantly well done. A Good Read by R. J. Layer was excellent. And A Matter Of Inclination by Harper was very nice as well. As Anthologies goes, it's one of the better ones I've come across.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c10f3d8) out of 5 stars Crank up the aircon for this one. July 20 2016
By OddBin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Although I received a free copy for an honest review, I would gladly have paid for this one. Here's why.

There are a good number of stories, 14 to be exact. Some of my favourite authors are included like Cheyenne Blue, Lucy Felthouse and, of course, Harper Bliss. Erzabet Bishop is also in the mix and, between her and Harper, they both surprised me with the kind of story I really didn't expect to get from them. Both different, both good.

There are several authors whose work I have not had the pleasure of reading before. Tamsin Flowers was one of them. When I started reading "Drive Me Crazy", I could almost smell the weed and the mud. What's a good festival without them? But then the story got quite hot and I forgot all about weed and mud.

Allison Wonderland was another first. I still have mixed feelings about "The Boi Who Cried Woolf". Some of the phrasing was just so damn clever whilst others felt a little forced. Then there were a few that left me unexpectedly snorting with laughter.

On the editorial side I found this to be a good collection of stories. It was refreshing to have a few Brits thrown into the mix so that it wasn't all American.

What really put the cherry on the cake for me were the typos. There were none.
HASH(0x9c10f8f4) out of 5 stars Terrific Anthology, Great Writing - Romantic, Passionate and Sexy Stories July 26 2016
By Julia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Summer Love edited by Harper Bliss and Caroline Manchoulas is a wonderful collection of short stories so delightful and delicious they will undoubtedly tempt, tease, and thrill you as much as they did me.

This anthology has fourteen excellent stories from fourteen amazing authors, just a few of the headliners –
Harper Bliss
Tamsin Flowers
A.L. Brooks
Emily L. Byrne
Erzabet Bishop
K.A. Smith
Cheyenne Blue

and standout stories from –
Camille Duvall
Katya Harris
Brooke Winters
Lucy Felthouse
RJ Layer
Allison Wonderland
Annabeth Leong.

Most of the authors that are featured in this book were unknown to me and getting acquainted with their stories turned out to be a very enjoyable experience. Each story introduces new characters set in an amazing location, from the exquisite volcanic island of Lanzarote to the Great Dividing Range in the Victorian high country in Australia, or a camping ground on a music festival, and many more. None of the stories disappoint and at the end of most of them I wanted to read more about the featured characters and their future journeys in life. This book could be the perfect companion for your next holiday, or a weekend away, or even for a short interlude during your lunchbreak in the park if you want to relive a bit of summer holiday magic.
HASH(0x9c10f1bc) out of 5 stars 14 Mix-Shots of Romance and Sensuality, Splash with Sex and Heavy on Sapphic July 24 2016
By Ariana - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Summer Love is a compilation of short stories. 14 stories, 14 authors, 14 different styles and approaches to what a good lesbian romance story is. However, apart from all the differences from one story to another, none of them lack on romance, sensuality and lesbian action. I found this book while searching for stories written by Harper Bliss and it was like taking a sip at a good wine, once the taste is there, you know you want more. It’s a good introduction to a variety of styles, like a sampler of goods, some will make your mouth watered just by the look, while others will required a taste before a decision is made. While none of the stories was written on my “Mother Tongue”, each was “A Good Read”. By the time I had finished the 14 stories, and before the thirst for more could “Drive Me Crazy”, I felt like a “Mistress”, “Stepping Out” on “Old Collage Friends”. Cannot say I preferred one story above another, since it will not be fair to compare so many options and have one coming on top. They were all nice discoveries that sometimes left me wanting a bit more. However, there is a good thing about short stories, while I have to admit that some of them did not call to me the first time I read them, a second read brought better perspective to the quality of them. Like!