Lost in a Liplock by Virginia Nelson (2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event)

Jan 14, 2014 by

Lost in a Liplock by Virginia Nelson (2014 Lesbian Fiction Appreciation Event)

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I write romance because there is something magical about finding someone and having that click. When it happens, the whole world seems just a little brighter. You don’t need to eat, sleep, nothing because you know something amazing just happened. In all the universe, out of all the people walking this earth, you found a special someone who makes your heart race and your palms sweat.

In writing f/f erotic romance, we get to explore all of those sensations, whether they’re at the very beginning in a moment of discovery or later, when the shine wears off and you have to work to stay together. At any point in the journey, someone might decide to get off the ride—maybe it is moving too fast or maybe it is going far too slow—but for a while we get lost in the liplock.

With Turn Me On, my Amazon bestselling book, Kay started off with the worst Valentine’s Day she’d ever experienced. Her former lover invited her to lunch to tell her she was engaged to someone else. Worse, she wanted Kay to bless the event, so to speak, by being part of the wedding party. Needless to say, she felt pretty low, but couldn’t ignore a growing attraction to the sister of the groom-to-be.

Cammie might be interested in Kay, but if Kay’s still hung up on the bride-to-be, Cammie is the kind of girl to call her out for it. Neither of these women were shy about saying what they wanted. I guess that is another perk of writing ff romance…as women, we understand how we think and don’t underestimate the characters.



I’ll give one lucky reader a pdf copy of Turn Me On to heat up their Valentine’s Day this year.

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Synopsis: FF Contemporary Erotic Romance

Valentine’s Day sucks.

When Kay gets a call to meet a former lover for Valentine’s Day, she learns that not only is the ex getting married but she expects Kay to take part in the blessed event.

Kay doesn’t want chocolates.

The sexy sister of the groom-to-be is determined to help Kay get over the bride.

Turn Me On…

Will Cammie help Kay learn that passion is better when it isn’t hidden? Or will Kay give up the one woman who can bring her body—and her broken heart—back to life?


About the Author:
Virginia Nelson believed them when they said, “Write what you know.” Small town girl writing small town romance, her characters are as full of flaws, misunderstandings, and flat out mistakes as Virginia herself. When she’s is not writing or plotting to take over the world, she likes to hang out with the greatest kids in history, play in the mud, drive far too fast, and scream at inanimate objects. Her books are full of snark, sex, and random acts of ineptitude—not always in that order.

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  1. I write contemporary romance, but I like to read erotic romance as well. Would love to get a copy of Turn Me On. Sounds great.

  2. This sounds really great. The whole premise of the ex asking her to be in the wedding party? That’s just cringe worthy and fabulous all at the same time

  3. Sheila

    Good post. Turn Me On Sounds good. Another for the TBB pile.

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