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The Princess in the Tower - A Lady Knight Tale (Steamy Arthurian Lesbian Romance) - cover

The Princess in the Tower - A Lady Knight Tale (Steamy Arthurian Lesbian Romance)

K.D. West

Publisher: Stillpoint/Eros

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Summary

A lady knight rescues the princess from the highest tower...
 
And discovers passion neither of them ever knew
 
When Rose's father fails to come back from an attempt to save Princess Lily from a neighboring kingdom from the notorious and mysterious Black Knight, she does not hesitate to strap on her father's old armor, and ride into the dark forest to defeat the knight and rescue the princess herself.A steamy lesbian Arthurian romance short, The Princess in the Tower is bestselling author K.D. West's modern take on a very old story — exciting, fun... and very, very sexy.
 
Preview:
 
Rose staggered her way to the high tower, pulling her way up the winding stair.
 
As she reached the top, breathless and sweating in her not-quite-red armor, she found a room not entirely unlike her own at home: beautiful tapestries on two curved walls, arms on the other two.
 
And in the middle, a large bed.
 
And on the bed, the most beautiful creature that Rose had ever seen.
 
Rose had spent most of her time with her father, with her brothers and with the men of her father’s manor. Oh, she knew the other girls and women, but since her mother’s death when Rose was little, none had been her friend. She had always been Sir Roland’s daughter to them: the young mistress. The young mistress who liked to play with swords and disdained dresses for all but feast days.
 
The women of the valley were working folk who wore home-spun clothes. She herself was as sturdily built as many of the older boys and favored trousers and tunics.
 
She’d never known any woman like the one who slept on the bed.
 
The princess — for this must be she — was tiny, where Rose was large, and pale, where Rose was ruddy. She wore a dress of flowing, white silk that shown in the dim morning light of the chamber. Her hair was like spun faery gold and her lips…
 
(Steamy lesbian fantasy romance. F/F, first love, magic.)

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