If she’s Bi, she deserves a happy ending too! Over at dearauthor.com, a recent blog about RWA’s Rita awards and erotic romance pushed a red hot button and generated over 200 responses already. Erotica? Erotic romance? LGBT themes? Polyamory? Hot topic, heated discussion. I’ve decided to weigh in with my opinion: When a bisexual woman can fall in love and find a happy ending that meets her needs, that’s definitely romance in my book, and deserving of true celebration.
So that’s what I’m writing these days. Just out today, at Whiskey Creek Press Torrid, the first in a five book series chronicling the adventures of Meghan Keenan:
What could college English professor Caitlin Shanahan ever have in common with the brash carpenter Kurt Davis? Meghan Keenan, that's what. The twenty year old sprite has taken it upon herself to bring the unlikely pair together through sharing her sexual delights with each of them. They never have a chance, and town-gown relationships have never been better…
We’ve had a lot of fun following the antics of this energetic young woman who lives life to the fullest across the entire five books of her story. She starts out so sure of herself, convinced she can read the needs of the couples she brings together and determined to keep herself just a touch removed so she can move on to the next adventure. But we have a surprise in store for her in book five, and a happy ending especially designed to fit – we think you’ll enjoy coming along for the ride.
Check out my updated website for more stories with Bi heroines and happy endings!