GENRE: Lesbian Interracial Erotic Romance
LENGTH: 55,147 words
Law professor Alison Burke thought she was an only child until her mother died. Suddenly, flowers and white roses show up with a sash that reads Mother, and the funeral director tells her all the funeral expenses have been paid for. The cards on the flowers are signed simply, Rachel.Who is Rachel, and why didn’t she call before Mother passed away?Having discovered she has a half-sister, Rachel shows up to explain why she and her mother could never contact each other. Though skeptical at first, Alison discovers she and Rachel have a lot in common. The two sisters quickly bond and go out of their way to make up for lost time. Rachel is a billionaire who thinks nothing of spending money, and she introduces Alison to the life of the very rich. Though Alison enjoys the treats, she has always worked for what she achieved and clings to her independence.Then Alison meets Lillian Torres at a party and falls for the beautiful Venezuelan woman. Rachel is delighted Alison has found love and embraces Lillian into their lives.When fate intervenes, will Alison and Lillian be able to give up their careers to help realize Rachel's dream of creating a home for handicapped children?EXCERPT:Note: may contain sexually explicit scenes of a homoerotic nature.
This book is touching and sad, joyful and sweet. Rachel and Alison are sisters who never knew of each other’s existence. In spite of being separated they form a fast and tight bond and their love for each other overcomes the pain they feel from having never knowing each other. I was VERY emotionally involved with the leads and felt like I knew them as personal friends. Though there is sorrow and pain involved the story continued and healing took place. I loved the settings, the descriptions, the characters, all of it. This story is well worth the read!!