In a high, earnest voice, Leslie Bellair performs volume six of Best Lesbian Romance, a collection of short stories focusing on love and romance between women. Despite its rather lurid cover art, Best Lesbian Romance is not run-of-the-mill erotica. Rather, it is a collection of gems from authors Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, the multi-award winning Radclyffe, who lovingly curates the series, and others.
This installment of Best Lesbian Romance takes the listener to cold nights on the Great Basin, to first love and sexual awakening in high school, and to the challenges and glories of love over a lifetime. With Bellair’s immaculate diction, listeners will be held fast whether they are in the blush of first love or the throes of memory.
Radclyffe is on a mission: she wants to rock your world every single year. And she does. We marvel at every year's batch of annual excellence. Swooningly romantic, shudderingly erotic, poundingly good prose that will tug at your heartstrings (etcetera) at the beginning of every single year, or every time you open the volume.
Love stories from Cheyenne Blue, Andrea Dale, Charlotte Dare, Sacchi Green, Anna Meadows, Radclyffe, and others span the tumultuous, exhilarating roller-coaster ride of romance, from the breathtaking discoveries of new passion to the poignant depths of a shared lifetime. Love, newly minted or aged like fine wine, is ever young at heart - savor the pleasure of romance with Best Lesbian Romance.
What listeners say about Best Lesbian Romance, Volume 6: Holding Fast
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Dream a little dream for me.
I tried to listen an hour before I fell asleep, but it took me a few days to hear it all. Really enjoyed falling asleep with a smile on my face and a Happy Ending in my mind. Off to my next Adventure.
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- Happy Woman
Some decent stories, narrator voice annoying
There was a good variety of stories and some of them were actually erotic. However, I found it hard to picture some of the older women when the narrator’s voice sounded like a teenager. There wasn’t much difference in the cadence or “voice” between different characters. I’m glad it was part of the Romance Package so I didn’t waste a credit on it.
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