The Coin of Love Series can be read in any order. The stories are connected by the presence of a magical coin that decides if the woman holding it deserves its powers. With subtle and not-so-subtle suggestions and guidance, Numisma is the courage that some women need to see the obvious happiness that is right in front of them.
Some stories are set in the distant past, others could be happening right now. Living situations for women vary across time and yet they can (and certainly did!) find love with each other. Sometimes through compromise and subterfuge. Sometimes able to be gloriously, unapologetically open about their love.
Every story is inspired by a subject or place I wanted to explore where I could highlight how sapphic women survive and thrive. Often they begin with the question, “How would it feel to be…”.
What People are Saying:
- Goodreads Reviews for Knight of NightsThis story is unique, full of magic and adventure, love and nature and spirituality.
- 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 at the Lesbian ReviewA tiny touch of magic makes everything better, even an already perfect romance.
- Reader Comments about Velvet in VeniceReally want to visit Venice after reading this novella. Love the way Karin sets up her storyline. Great mixture of music, art, food, and a ...
- Knight of Nights – Rachel Lacey at The Lesbian ReviewThe ending is wonderful and filled my heart with hope and love.
- The allure of Venice keeps Artie Bryson happily buried in the past. Until the night Nikki Velvet's sultry voice lures Artie into the Casino di Venezia cabaret. And the night after that... Stories in this series can be read in any order.
- Medieval romance wherein the women save themselves.
- On her own for the first time in her life, Irene finds herself fascinated by an unconventional woman in a high desert town.
- Ask a small town librarian a few questions - what could be difficult about that? Agent Peri Garritsen is in way over her head.
- There's only one of her old songs that matters to punk-diva-turned-celebrity-chef Devi Raven, and she's not going to let an autotuned pop star with bubble gum for a soul sing it.