Play Me a Song: A Lesbian Romance by Jessica KaleASIN B072F3M36Z moved to the most recent edition here
Alicia wishes she could be anything other than regular. Living with her mom, attending night classes and working in a diner, her life is what anyone would consider as ‘ordinary.
That is, until she meets Gabriella.
A shy girl by nature, Alicia never thinks she could be attracted to a woman. Always used to dating guys, the thought of experimenting with a girl had never crossed her mind, let alone a sassy blonde with as much game as all of her exes combined.
When Alicia meets Gabriella, her whole life is turned upside down. She finally decides to pursue music and give ‘extraordinary’ a shot, but it all comes at a price. Disgruntled mother, friends who let her down, drama in her new world, and all of a sudden regular doesn’t seem too bad.
Now Alicia had to choose: to stay behind and remain average, or to venture into the unknown?
Play Me a Song Series eBook Categories:
- Lesbian Fame
- Modern Lesbian Romance
- Lesbian Romance Coming Out
- Contemporary Lesbian Coming of Age
- Lesbian Artist Romance
- LGBT Music Romance
- Lesbian Drama Romance
COMING OUT - THE OFFICIAL SONG
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LP, her name stands for Laura Pergolizzi, already wrote songs for Rihanna, whistles and sings emotionally — and that quite successful. The tour was sold out in Germany. We want to get to know this woman. I think that whistling is some kind of a lost art. When I was a little kid there was this happy guy who was cleaning our school each and every day. He was whistling like a bird, you should have seen him, he was the cutest.
The genderqueer artist celebrates her divine same-sex romance over an unexpected synth-pop soundscape, her NSFW hymns punctuated by a funky bassline. Over a percussive plane of skittering new wave beats, Kelela sings about the delicate dance between two would-be, could-be lovers, growing more confident and determined with each sensual verse. Kehlani likes her girls just like she likes her honey: sweet. Norwegian bedroom pop musician Girl in Red, a. Marie Ulven, weaves a bittersweet confessional about teenage queer romance on this fuzzy indie-rock ditty about unrequited love. Mary Lambert is charming and infatuated on this sweet indie-pop tune. Hayley Kiyoko pines over another young woman on this emotive synth-pop anthem about queer love.