Lesbian Fiction With a Irish Twist
If you have fond memories of The L-Word’s Shane McCutcheon and Lip Service’s Frankie Alan, you’ll want to check out Ylva Publishing author Cheyenne Blue’s upcoming release, Never- Tied Nora, because you’ll fall instantly in love with Anglo-Irish lesbian rogue Nora Kelly.
Cheyenne Blue certainly knows how to write a luscious, erotic romance that’ll knock your knickers off: we first discovered her talents when she contributed a short story to our 2014 anthology All You Can Eat: A Buffet of Lesbian Erotica and Romance. Other stories by Cheyenne have appeared in numerous anthologies such as Best Women’s Erotica, Lesbian Lust, and Frenzy: 60 Stories of Sudden Sex. She is also the editor of the upcoming anthology Forbidden Fruit: stories of unwise lesbian desire. Never-Tied Nora is her first full-length novel with Ylva Publishing.
About Never-Tied Nora
Nora Kelly is an Anglo-Irish lass in London living a love-’em-and-leave-’em love life. Her romantic focus is always on the next woman to seduce. Every woman has got her charms, after all, and settling down would just mean lost opportunities. She gets a lot of ribbing from her extended family about her footloose ways, but the one thing the Kellys are serious about is a generations-old family rule: never date a Flannery. The Kellys and the Flannerys have been feuding ever since both families arrived in London from Ireland sixty years ago, and time has not lessened the hatred.
But never-tied Nora has just met Geraldine, the woman of her dreams, and suddenly commitment isn’t a dirty word. Trouble is, you guessed it: Geraldine is a Flannery.
How can Nora convince Ger that, despite their families, they are meant to be together?
Look for Never-Tied Nora, lesbian fiction with a British twist, in early December.