The Discreet Lesbian: (Episode 1 in the Mandy Series)

The Discreet Lesbian: (Episode 1 in the Mandy Series)

Mandy Blackwood is a product of a strict upbringing in the Eudora Southern Baptist Church. A church steeped in taboos against almost everything, but especially against homosexuality. She has been brought up to make her mother proud – marry, have children, and bring no shame on the family.

She marries Scott, the son of a Southern Baptist minister who is the choir director of his dad’s church; Mandy is the director of the Young People’s Department. The church is full of nosy old busy bodies. It is impossible to do anything outside the ordinary without the pack of gossipy old vultures tearing you to pieces. Mandy and Scott, unable to have children, adopt a baby boy and are seemingly happy.

However, Mandy unexpectedly encounters her true destiny, a graduate student and also a member of her church, Kathleen Crutchfield. Kathleen brazenly makes a pass at Mandy forever changing her life. Feeling new, deliciously different emotions, Mandy, struggles with the implications of what has happened.

Knowing that her life will never be the same, Mandy tries to see if there were clues in her life that should have alerted her to her hidden forbidden identity.

Kathleen captures Mandy’s heart and rules her body with a passion she has never known before. They are made only for each other. They know they must find a way to be together, but how will they get the courage to escape Mandy’s marriage, the church, and Kathleen’s powerful family?

Title:The Discreet Lesbian: (Episode 1 in the Mandy Series)
Edition Language:English
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  • LVLMLeah

    I got this book for free so it was no risk for me. I decided to read it now because I've been and am currently listening to some more intense books and thought this might be a light, erotic story. It'...

  • BDSM newbie

    When I first started this book I thought that it would get stale fast I was wrong. Although it's only a short read it captured me at the end and I want to read more. If f/f is your thing I have a feel...

  • Christy Renner

    Even though this book is set in the 1960's, the story is very timely. The persecution and pressure of religion is palpable in this page turner. I couldn't believe how fast I read it and was ready for ...

  • CATHY

    Good read!This is a good story and keeps you interested and involved. You definitely want to turn the next page and see what happens next. Will be getting the series!!!...

  • Tamara Witika

    Excellent introduction to this series. I look forward to reading more....

  • Naomi Ford

    A story that could mirror many livesCan't wait to read the rest of the installments from this author. Hopefully a much more fulfilling and happier ending then beginning....

  • Chloe

    Good book....

  • Chenai

    It was an interesting book, kept me activated to find what's next...

  • amy justo

    Great story!From the beginning you feel for our heroine, Mandy. You root for her and want her to succeed in her new found love. A short story with lots of detail and character development. Love scene'...

  • Sandy Dove

    A delightful read.A delightful story.Can not wait for the next book. I am sure it will be just as good read....