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Seasons of Love - cover

Seasons of Love

Harper Bliss

Publisher: Ladylit Publishing

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Summary

Is age really just a number?
 
Alice McAllister is a successful solicitor who likes a quiet, disciplined life. But when her business partner Miranda forces her to take a vacation at her holiday home in Portugal, the presence of Miranda’s daughter Joy turns Alice’s world up-side down.
 
Despite their age difference, Alice and Joy embark on a fiery holiday romance… until they have to return home.
 
Can their passionate summer fling turn into a love that lasts? Find out in this sultry novel by chart-topping lesbian romance author Harper Bliss!

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