The Coin of Love Series: Women discover the magic they need to find the love they deserve.
Artie Bryson came to Venice to finish her PhD. Five years later the PhD still isn’t done, but life is okay. Leading guided tours of the magnificent city pays the bills. The days are all the same — until she seeks respite from the summer swelter in the Casino di Venezia cabaret.
Nikki Velvet has finally found her musical niche singing Postcards from America in a solo tour across Europe. Her bluesy, jazzy, sultry voice brings Artie back the next night. And the next…
The two Americans find they have a lot in common, but Nicki’s gig in Venice ends in two short weeks. Not long enough for anything more than a bit of fun, right? One very old coin knows otherwise.
Welcome to Venice, a city like no other, where a touch of old magic can create a new future.
Stories in this series can be read in any order.
- Reader Comments about Velvet in VeniceA lovely sweet story of two young women following their dreams.
- Wind in Her Hair – You Can’t Stop Till the End!Such a lovely story… You can’t stop till the end!
- Knight of Nights Voted Historical Romance of the Month!I Heart SapphFic readers have voted Knight of Night the Historical Romance of the Month!
- Wonderful Sense of Humour – Wind in Her HairI love the interactions between Irene and the coin which for an ‘inanimate’ object has a wonderful sense of humour.
- Authentic Period Detail in Wind in Her HairIf you are looking for a strong, independent heroine, you will discover her…
- Goodreads Reviews for Knight of NightsThis story is unique, full of magic and adventure, love and nature and spirituality.
- Knight of Nights – Rachel Lacey at The Lesbian ReviewThe ending is wonderful and filled my heart with hope and love.
- Wind in Her Hair Has You Rooting for LoveThe writer has crafted the characters well, and you can’t help but empathise with Irene.
- Spreading Her Wings in the Sun – Wind in Her Hair ReviewA 5 star read that I highly recommend. – Gail at Kindle Canada
- The Subtle Liberation of Irene C – Wind in Her HairI loved the big nod to the early pioneers of lesbian fiction Ann Bannon and Marijane Meaker who were beacons to those searching for more.
- Velvet in Venice – ” Beautiful story in a wonderful place”Velvet in Venice had a beautiful ending, just what we need these days.
- Knight of Nights at Lou Morgan’s ReviewsThe way Kirstine and Skyra build a life together without any blueprint or social safety net is nothing short of inspirational.
- Velvet in Venice – “Highly Recommended for Drama-Free, Sweet, Adult Love Story”Nikki sings her way into Artie’s heart and music plays a key element to their interactions.
- Could Make Me Believe a Sheet of Plywood was a Beautiful, Emotional Creature…She has a gift for imagery and metaphor that adds sumptuous layers…
- Velvet in Venice at the Lesbian Review – “Perfect Romance”A tiny touch of magic makes everything better, even an already perfect romance.
- Wind in Her Hair is Unexpected and InspiringThis was such an unexpected and inspiring book.
- The Beginnings of Lesbian Pulp Fiction in Wind in Her HairIt’s worth reading the notes at the end of the book to learn a little more about Kallmaker’s inspiration and a rumination on the beginning ...