Her Ebony: A Historical Western Lesbian Story
Prickly and difficult, spinster schoolmarm Minerva Krenshaw hides behind her shabby dresses and sad bonnet. She's used to being invisible-until Miss Ebony White catches her eye.Abigail Whithall escaped an abusive apprenticeship and is saving all her money from working at the Jeweled Ladies for her own dress shop. But more than the latest styles, she needs respectability-and to learn how to read. She offers to sew new clothes for the most respectable Minerva in exchange for reading lessons. But their lessons go far beyond letters. Will Minerva give in to the passion Ebony promises-or will she go back on her word?The Jeweled Ladies series by Maggie Chase will delight fans of historical westerns by Victoria Dahl, Molly O'Keefe and Vanessa Vale."Interested in some sexy stories set in the American West? His Topaz, Their Emerald and Her Ebony will fit the bill. I look forward to seeing what Maggie Chase writes next." - Jennifer Porter, Romance Novel News"One of the most amazing erotica series I have ever read." - Erin Penn, Goodreads"I like that this book tackled some unusual issues for a story set in the old west. An interracial, lesbian relationship is definitely something you don't see everyday in a typical western romance. But in the Jeweled Ladies series, everybody gets a happy ending, no matter what their circumstances." - Goodreads reviewer Mary Dieterich
River Hills Press
May 30, 2017
5.98 X 0.55 X 9.02 inches | 0.79 pounds
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About the Author
Award-winning author Sarah M. Anderson may live east of the Mississippi River, but her heart lies out west on the Great Plains. With a lifelong love of horses and two history teachers for parents, it wasn't long before her characters found themselves out in South Dakota among the Lakota Sioux. She loves to put people from two different worlds into new situations and to see how their backgrounds and cultures take them someplace they never thought they would go. Sarah won the 2012 Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Desire of the Year award for A Man of Privilege. When not helping out at school or walking her rescue dogs, Sarah spends her days having conversations with imaginary cowboys and American Indians, all of which is surprisingly well-tolerated by her wonderful husband and son.