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Lesbian Lover on Holiday

Antonia Adams

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A collection of five erotic lesbian stories with mixed holiday themes.
Beyond Reach by Helen Sedgwick
A mysterious woman leads the way to the ruins of a Roman villa overlooking Lake Garda. She is fleeting but in the heat of the sun her touch is irresistible. Beautiful frescos appear on the walls, pillars rise up over the olive trees, and a circle of people gather around as her sensual world comes alive.
The Taste of Sunshine by the Sea by Kathleen Tudor
Rachel's not looking for romance. All she wants from her holiday is a tan and to get over Lacy, her ex. But then she meets Anani who makes a habit of rescuing 'lost kittens' and admits to being hopeless at relationships. But can Anani help her to lay her ghosts!
A Dash of Spice by Tony Haynes
Set in steamy sub-tropical India, A Dash of Spice tells the story of Nikki who, while on a business trip to the sub-continent, finds herself attracted to one of her work colleagues.
Initially, Nikki tries her best to fight her desires, however the proposed business deal is struck much quicker than she expects, leaving her with lots of spare time on her hands.
Gradually, Nikki finds the allure of the beautiful Ash simply too much to resist. Thankfully, her feelings are reciprocated...
Lucky Charms by Olivia London
Becky is an ambitious blonde with an infatuation for redheads. Even when she was growing up the only movies she wanted to watch were the ones starring Rita Hayworth. When Becky meets Erin, a cranberry-haired cutie in a chance encounter it turns out to be Becky's lucky, lucky day!
In Search Of An Orgasm by Antonia Adams
All Becky wants to do is experience an orgasm with another woman. Can it be so hard? Her search takes her from New York to New Quay, and although she has great fun trying, two of her girlfriends think it's down to technique, she never quite finds what she's looking for.
And then she meets Lesley, who has a different approach altogether.

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